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Cuisinart DFP-14BCNY 14-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless Steel

The Cuisinart DFP-14BCNY Custom Food Processor has an extra-large feed tube that holds whole fruits and vegetables. Features a 14-cup work bowl, 4mm stainless steel medium slicing disc, stainless steel shredding disc, and chopping/mixing blade. Includes a spatula and recipe book. Product Features Includes stainless-steel slicing disc, shredding disc, and new chopping blade 720-watt large-capacity

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The Cuisinart DFP-14BCNY Custom Food Processor has an extra-large feed tube that holds whole fruits and vegetables. Features a 14-cup work bowl, 4mm stainless steel medium slicing disc, stainless steel shredding disc, and chopping/mixing blade. Includes a spatula and recipe book.

Product Features

  • Includes stainless-steel slicing disc, shredding disc, and new chopping blade
  • 720-watt large-capacity food processor with intuitive “on” and “off/pulse” buttons
  • 14-cup Lexan work bowl; extra-large feed tube; small and large pushers
  • Spatula, instruction/recipe booklet; dishwasher-safe parts
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

My Best Friend This thing…..it’s my best friend. Hands down, no joke, I’m in love. I don’t use it everyday, and sometimes not for a week or so, but when I need it, it’s there. And it never fails, as soon as I use it for something I’m looking around the kitchen to see what else I can slice/chop/shred, because it’s fun to use and mind-glowingly simple. I’m upset with myself for waiting so long to buy this. It is the most expensive thing I’ve ever bought for my kitchen (appliances not included), and I would…

ITP says:

Equivalent to industrial equipment! I’ve been working in professional kitchens for many years. Typically, when it comes to food preparation, the right tool can reduce an hour-long task into a minutes-long one. Here’s a good example: I was preparing 4 pounds of jalapenos for pickling (about 50 peppers). Thinly slicing with a knife, I can work at a pace around 15 seconds per pepper (assuming that’s the only task I need to worry about). For 50 peppers, that should take me about 12.5 minutes. With this food processor’s slicing…

Stacie says:

I don’t know how I ever got anything done with my old one. I just upgraded to this from a cheap (if you call $80 cheap) B&D model. I watched a lot of video reviews on this and they were right on the mark. This unit is top notch. It does everything it’s designed to do beautifully. It’s so quiet, you can use it while the whole house is asleep without waking a soul. You can whip up dough for two pizzas or a double crust pie without even the tiniest whiff of flour escaping.

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