Friday, March 25, 2011

Completely Confused

Did you know that a Kitchen Aid mixers could die???

Well, they do!!!!
I have been in a state of shock...more than just shock...I do not know how to cook/bake with out it!!!
If you do not follow Be Different...Act Normal you have been missing out.
She posted this awesome looking Cinnamon Sweet Bread.
I could hardly wait to make it....


Link to this recipe: http://foyupdate.blogspot.com/2011/03/cinnamon-leaves-sweet-bread-recipe.html
 
which kind do you use?
Would you think of getting another brand of style?
in defence of my kitchen aid...I believe it is at least 10 yrs old.

6 comments:

Kara D. said...

I always thought that Kitchen Aids had a lifetime guarantee and that they could be replaced. Have you looked into that? Anyway, I just barely bought a KitchenAid, the low end one, and I love it! It tilts back so I can drop the beater right into the bowl. If I had had the money though, I would have bought one of the pretty colored ones they are selling now, but they are around $300-$400. Good luck on choosing a new one!

Julie said...

Oh! I want one of these SO BADLY. I've never had one. My hand mixer just died. My birthday's coming up. Can you give me some hints as to which size is best and how much my husband should expect to pay? Will you do a product review post for me? I want a pink one, to be honest. I'm betting they're hard to find. If you do a post like this, will you make it as husband friendly as possible. I want there to be no way he can mess up. Then, one more request...would you be willing to teach me how to use it best once I get it? I'm being optimistic here. That bread looks AMAZING! Hope you (and I) get to make it soon.

Pooh said...

That bread looks so yummy. I have often wondered if another brand would be satisfactory as they can be A LOT cheaper- let me know what you find out....

tammy said...

Ahh - don't tell me this! Mine is about the same age as yours.

I think it all depends on what you want it to do. I have friends who swear that their Bosch is worth every single penny. And when I see my friend making huge amounts of bread dough with it, I'm tempted to agree. But I've been really happy with my Kitchen-Aid. Let us know what you decide on!

Lene said...

I think the problem is you overworked your LITTLE KitchenAid. You need a bigger more powerful one.

Mindy H. said...

I hope that you get a new mixer very, very soon. What ever kind you end up with, it will be a very lucky machine to be involved with all of the yumminess that happens in your kitchen!