Cuisinart DFP-14BCN 14-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless Steel
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- 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
- Stainless-steel slicing disc, shredding disc, chopping blade
- Spatula, instruction/recipe booklet; dishwasher-safe parts
- Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Cuisinart is one of the most trusted names in the kitchen. when it comes to quality, performance, and style, Cuisinart sets the standard with the ultimate food processors that are elegant as they are functional. Turn something as ordinary as pizza dough into a scrumptious savory treat with Cuisinart. Savor the Good Life.
- 3 Year Limited Warranty
- Legendary Performance
- End User Preferred
- Recipes Included
DFP-14BCNY Cuisinart Custom 14 Food Processor
Brushed Metal Series
This large capacity food processor speeds all cooking--from quick, weeknight meals to weekend celebrations. With the large 14-cup work bowl, extra large feed tube and dishwasher safe parts, there's more time to share the delicious results with family and friends.
- 14-Cup Work Bowl
- Powerful 720 Watt Motor
- Extra Large Feed Tube
- Stainless Steel Blades
- 7 Food Prep Functions
- Single Touch Operation
Durable, Dependable and Sized for Big Jobs
The 14-cup work bowl has the ability to process large amounts of food for family-size meals and entertaining purposes!
Heavy-duty 720 watt motor makes prepping large quantities fast and easy.
Extra-Large Feed Tube
Accommodates whole fruits and vegetables to fit inside for less pre-cutting and with ease.
Precise Professional Results
The durable and consistent stainless steel blades power through any prep task, from single garlic cloves to heavy dough.
You Name It, It does It!
The DFP-14 does everything you need--mix, chop, slice, shred, knead, emulsify, puree, and mix dough.
On, Off, Pulse
Control paddles provide a single-touch experience.
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|Dough Cup Capacity||4.5 Cup flour (32 oz)||4 Cup flour (32 oz)||2.5 Cup|
|Housing Material||ABS Plastic||ABS Plastic||ABS Plastic|
|Warranty||3 year/ 5 year motor||3 year / 10 year motor||3 year / 5 year motor|
Top Customer Reviews
First the aesthetics, this model compliments all my other stainless steel appliances, including my double oven, toaster and microwave, etc. It looks very sleek compared to my former white model. In other words, I'm very pleased with the way it looks.
I use my food processor quite often and shopped around before deciding to choose this particular model. I picked this square-shaped model, similar to my older replaced DLC-7 model, with the two rectangular buttons that `click'. Since my former Cuisinart of like design served me well 20+ years, this design appeared more durable and was less expensive than another Cuisinart rounded model with oval buttons that looked less heavy-duty.
Other than a few modifications to the food pusher assembly, this new DFP-14BC model is virtually identical to my older processor, and just as easy to use. Even better is the fact that my older DLC-7 discs (with detachable stems) also fit this new processor. So far, I've used the metal blade, which worked like a dream, and the shredding and slicing discs that again work with ease and provide excellent results. Additionally, the motor on this new processor is more powerful than my original model and I can't wait to try it on making bread or pizza dough.
For first time food processor users, a demonstration video accompanies this machine and walks you through everything you'll need to know. You'll never make a pie crust again without it!
All of that being said, this has to be one of the most tempermental pieces of kitchen equipment I have ever owned. In trying to make it safe, the manufacturers have made it really, really annoying to use. First of all, in order to get it running at all, all the parts have to be lined up just so, and I'm not talking about the normal sort of "just so" you would expect with any sort of food processor or blender product. It's not simply a matter of turning the bowl or lid until you hear or feel a "click" and then pressing the "on" button. No, even if you've felt the "click", if you've got something even just 1 millimeter out of place it will not run. To make things even more fun, if you try to press the "on" button too many times in a row with things not lined up just so, the machine automatically shuts off for 5 minutes such that even if you do correct the alignment, you've now got to wait 5 minutes to start it up again. There are times it takes me 10 minutes or more of wrestling with the stupid thing to get it started. When you are pressed for time, this is maddening enough to make you want to chuck the whole thing out the window. Then, there's the matter of the food feeding tube for those occasions when you want to add things when the machine is running. This tube is very small.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No julienne disc. Not as versatile as expected. Will just have to do.Published 13 months ago by Michael Martin
I replaced a smaller version Cuisinart food processor that broke with this one. This machine has everything you need to that care of all your kitchen processing. Read morePublished 13 months ago by JM
This product preforms wonderfully. Very happy with the quality. favorite part about the processer is the chopping blade. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Eric J. Carter
Well, this is my first real size food processor. I have a stand mixer, but it wasn't doing all the things I needed. Read morePublished on January 23, 2006 by C. ehrhorn
If you are the type of person who believes,as Tim Taylor of Tool Time does, More Power is better. This is the food processor for you. Read morePublished on January 18, 2006 by Terry Bartley
I echo all the positive comments about this item. I purchased this to make baby food and I find it takes a lot of prep time out of everyday tasks like grating cheese, chopping... Read morePublished on November 1, 2005 by M. K. Neher
I love to cook, and I have used my new Cuisinart Food Processor many times and I am very happy with it. It is easy to work with and I like that it has large capacity. Read morePublished on October 28, 2005 by Jennifer Morgan
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