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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Review - CSN Stores

I've been getting into cooking a lot lately, and I find myself trying new recipes, so when CSN gave me the opportunity for another review, I knew exactly where to go. I immediately went to cookware.com and searched for a food processor. I didn't have too search for long but the decision was difficult. There were so many to choose from, I wanted an Aluminum, Chrome or Stainless Steel processor, but they were priced very high.

I ultimately decided on the Hamilton Beach 10-Cup Food Processor, in White., which sells for $42.99. The food processor was shipped fast, as usual with all my previous CSN items. When I received it I surprised at how big it was. We have never owned one, so I didn't know what to expect. It is very sturdy and doesn't feel like cheap plastic. I think the base is very large though, sort of awkward shaped. It has a 500-watt motor and a full-size 10-cup food processor with a very large feeding chute.

The food processor came with a stainless steel chopping blade and a reversible stainless disk used for shredding or slicing. I have used the food processor quite a few times already to slice potatoes, carrots and other vegetable to use in my dishes. The cuts are nice and clean. the stainless-steel blades have been great to mince and chop food and salsa when we make it. My mom seems to love how easy it makes it for her to slice vegetable for her salads. She usually makes a couple pounds every other week to take to her co-workers. Clean up is easy, no hassle there. This food processor has been great so far, I'm sure it will be included in many other dishes of mine in the future, as it gets used almost daily in my household. 

A huge thanks to CSN for the opportunity to review the food processor. I have had mostly positive experiences shopping with CSN, especially with our previous reviews, the first, and second. With over 200+ stores, and more new ones popping up, you can find just about anything with them.

Disclaimer: I was NOT paid for this post, however I did receive the product in question to review. All opinions are my own and I have provided a fair and honest review. I received no other compensation for my review nor was I under any obligation to give a positive review. 

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