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All-Clad Food Mill


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  • Purees sauces, soups, or baby food; creates smooth, light mashed potatoes
  • Sleek, durable 18/10 stainless steel
  • 3, interchangeable grinding discs--fine, medium, or coarse
  • Ergonomic handle; smooth action for uniform puree
  • Dishwasher-safe; fits any All-Clad 4- or 4-/12-quart saucepan or casserole
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 10 x 6 inches ; 4.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.5 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00029QRSI
  • Item model number: 59919
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #184,726 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

The Food Mill is crafted completely of 18/10 stainless steel. It has two sturdy side handles that keep the mill base securely in place during the food preparation process. Great for pureeing a variety of fruits, vegetables, meats and cheeses into fine, medium, and coarse consistencies.

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This sturdy, hand-cranked mill sieves out seeds, skins, and tough fibers. It’s perfect for pureeing tomato sauce, thick soups, and homemade baby food. Mashed potatoes made with a food mill also process more quickly than those made with a ricer or hand masher. Three interchangeable grinding discs create a variety of food textures: fine for smooth sauces or beginner baby food; medium for applesauce; large for mashed potatoes.

To use, simply turn the mill’s crank to push cooked foods through small holes in the disc below. The main handle is ergonomically-designed for smooth action and uniform pureeing. Two sturdy side handles allow the mill to rest on (and the puree to fall into) a pot, pan, or bowl placed underneath. Made from durable 18/10 stainless steel, this mill fits any All-Clad four or 4-1/2 quart saucepan. The entire unit is dishwasher-safe for quick and easy clean-up. --Mary Park


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Pros: Solidly built and well made.
Margaret A. Frick
The spring is too weak to exert much pressure, and so the blade often rotates uselessly atop the insert while your food is stirred around on top of it.
Adam Sterling
They refused to announce the deficiency in design and make a recall as I requested.
Denyse

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

163 of 169 people found the following review helpful By Adam Sterling on December 5, 2006
I should begin this review by saying that I own a number of All Clad pots and pans, each of which is made of exceptional materials and functions perfectly. For the serious home cook, they are well worth the cost. I purchased my All Clad food mill based on this previous experience, from a famous NYC gourmet/housewares retailer.

The food mill itself is beautifully made from top quality materials. The fit and finish of all components is excellent. But the design flaws are so glaring that I suggest you avoid this product entirely. What are the problems?

First, the narrow recesses at the bottom of the mill's bowl (into which you put the foods to be processed) are SO narrow and so precise that they fit only onto a specific bowl, not one you might happen to already have in the house. This results in additional expense.

Second, while the three graduated inserts are an excellent idea, so that one can get various textures of milled food, the blade that rotates on top of them has a very acute angle of attack against the inserts, and so anything larger than a pea will not fit under it and thus be forced through the insert.

Third, the blade is held against the insert by the downward pressure of a spring. The spring is too weak to exert much pressure, and so the blade often rotates uselessly atop the insert while your food is stirred around on top of it.

Fourth, and most critical, the knob on the end of the handle ~ it's a large steel ball that fits perfectly in my hand ~ does not rotate as you crank the handle. This results in a lot of friction against your palm and a lot of pushing and pulling instead of a smooth continuous motion. This causes a lot of extra, wasted labor.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Denyse on November 2, 2009
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This useless food mill is retail priced $145. I paid $119 plus $17 shipping. It is poorly designed. I expected it to have the "footing" all other food mills have so that it can be used over any manufacturer's bowls and pots with sufficient width and depth so that milled food materials for soups, for example, can collect in the bottom of the bowl or pot. This product only fits one specific quite small All-Clad pot that is 2 1/4 quarts and the exact width around as the food mill as it can only fit flush on top of this particular pot thereby limiting collection space. The retailer recognized the limitations of the food mill and agreed to take it back, refund my $119, with the return shipping paid by them, but not the original $17 shipping expense. When I contacted All-Clad I got their arrogance and insistence that the picture and description on Amazon made it clear their food mill (the highest priced in the mkt) did not have the required footing and that it only works on their one sized pot that lacks depth needed for proper milling of food. No stock pot, nothing else they manufacure fits this food mill flush. They refused to announce the deficiency in design and make a recall as I requested. They have taken the food mill off the market. They refused to refund the $17 shipping I lost in purchase of their deficient product. They offered to send me a coupon for $10 or so off my next purchase of an All Clad product. They never sent the coupon. As a consequence of the poor way I was treated by the head if Customer Support and her staff I will no longer be buying All-Clad cookware. I will also not be buying cookware from Amazon (which has no ability to attest to cookware product quality or utility).Read more ›
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41 of 51 people found the following review helpful By B. Michael on March 29, 2007
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I am a chef, I have used the best food mills out there, and this is not one of them, in fact, this is a waist of metal, it does not work at all.

That is hard to admit, as I love all-clad pans, they are the best.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Margaret A. Frick on November 29, 2012
I haven't had a food mill before so I can't compare it to other ones. This one was given to me as a gift 5 months ago.

Pros:
Solidly built and well made. It should last a long time.

All stainless steel except for rubber trim under the legs

The legs fold up for storage. They are ridged and stay firmly on the edge of a bowl.

It does exactly what it is supposed to do--it grinds and strains. I use it for making tomato paste, mashing cooked beans or potatoes, getting the last bit of liquid out of the soft bits after making stock, pureeing cooked acorn squash, etc.

It has three interchangeable blades (I mainly use the one with the smallest opening)

It all comes apart and is a breeze to clean.

Cons:

Setting it up is a bit awkward until you figure it out. The directions were nearly nonexistent. I had to look it up on YouTube.

The price seems high.
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23 of 31 people found the following review helpful By E. Leiby on November 2, 2008
If you are looking for a food mill that is made in the USA, this one is not. Even though in the description it says it is. I ordered this item and never even took it out of the box. After reading that it was made in China I returned it. The inability to find things made in the USA anymore is very disappointing.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Dawn E. Drewery on December 19, 2012
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I ordered a food mill from another vendor, the quality of the stainless steel was poor,I had to return the mill. I was hesitant about placing another order. When the All-Clad Stainless Steel Food Mill arrived, timely I might add, I was so happy to see how well it was made and the high quality of the stainless steel. I was also impressed with the ease of the set up. Would highly recommend this mill to anyone looking for a good quality food mill
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