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Cuisinart DFP-14BCWNY 14-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless Steel, White
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- 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
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DFP-14BCWNY Cuisinart Custom 14 Food Processor, White
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 Plus Dough
- Single touch Operation
Features and Benefits
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 with exceptional efficiency.
Extra-large feed tube easily holds whole fruits and vegetables - no precutting required!
Precise and Professional Results
The durable and consistent stainless steel blades power through any prep task, from single garlic cloves to heavy dough. Professional results every time.
Mix, chop, slice, shred, emulsify, puree , and knead dough--you name it, it does it.
Control paddles provide single-touch experience with ease.
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|Dough Cup Capacity||4.5 cup flour||4 cup flour||2.5 cup flour|
|Housing Material||ABS plastic||ABS Plastic||ABS Plastic|
|Warranty||3 year / 5 year motor||3 year / 10 year motor||3 year / 5 year motor|
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|Color||White||Brushed Chrome||Die Cast||Stainless Steel|
|Item Dimensions||12.6 x 16.6 x 9.3 in||7 x 11.25 x 14.5 in||10.25 x 7.75 x 17 in||8 x 10.25 x 17.75 in|
|Item Weight||18 lbs||16.92 lbs||20 lbs||26 lbs|
|Material Type||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Aluminum||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.
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I came up with a list of reasons that justify the expense, because I'm cheap and had to convince myself to buy this, and since having it I have added to the list exponentially. If you're a penny-pincher like I am and are fighting with yourself, please use the following reasons to make your culinary life easier.
You can use it to "grind" meat, thus saving grocery money. You'll no longer fight with uneven tomato/onion/potato slices. Kids (and kitchen-disaster spouses) can operate it without issue- as long as they're competent enough to not cut themselves. Safety features- there's no way you're getting a body part anywhere near those blades while they're running, just use common sense when handling them. It's dishwasher safe, but also insanely easy to hand-wash (no crevices for food to hide in). Homemade salsa, spaghetti sauce, salsa verde, and 100 other things are stupid easy to whip up with this doing all the work. The shredder attachment will save your knuckles from the box shredder of doom. It'll last you practically forever, and will make you want to try foods you've never made before, just because you can.
Buy it, love it, chop everything in sight.
Even so, it is not quite perfect.
If it proves dependable, it is certainly worth the Amazon price of, at this writing, $145.39.
Motor reasonably quiet, well balanced, and surfaces smooth and easy to clean.
Blade reaches almost to the edge of the container; almost nothing escapes it.
Powerful enough to knead dough easily.
Locking mechanism has easily cleaned cavities.
Slicing and grating discs heavy and well-balanced. (See “Cons” below.)
Grating disc cutters are blunt-edged, essentially square edged; they should have been sharpened. (Cheaper processors seem to use thinner metal, my old one measured 0.020” thick, thus much sharper; this one is 0.045” thick.)
Lacks simple cover for use with blade. Instead, one has to use the complicated chopper lid with chutes, pushers, and the associated, intricate, fragile power lockout mechanism. These “Rube Goldberg” safety features are intricate, fragile, and an insult to the user.
Fragile, slender, 2.5” “T-beam” affixed to a molded protrusion on the back of the food chute on the lid enters a T-slot at the top of a tube molded on the back of the container, and its angled end deflects a roller. The roller, attached to a metal stamping hinged inside the tube, upon defection, causes the stamping to pivot, forcing a bar at the opposite end of the stamping to move downward. The bar on the hinged stamping pushes a spring-loaded rod, centered inside a small tube by a black (rubber/plastic?) bushing, to move downward, pushing on a plastic flapper hinged at the bottom of the tube on the back of the food chute. The flapper is pressed downward, and a molded ridge on the flapper enters a matching slot on a tube molded to the back of the container, where it presses down on a spring-loaded rod that exits a hole at the bottom of the tube to protrude below the bottom of the container and engage a safety switch in a cavity on the top of the motor.
Though the opportunities for foreign objects to enter this complicated mechanism are minimal, they are nonetheless real. It’s only a matter of time before some aspect of this mechanism fails. The weakest component likely the T-beam at the back of the pusher slot. This component is highly vulnerable to breaking at its attachment to the protrusion at the top of the chute.
For that reason alone, the Youtube video from Cook's Illustrated, which was the most convincing, and seemingly objective, review/comparison I found, now seems a bit suspect - no mention of the safety mechanism. That could be a good thing, but I wonder.
My guess is this lockout mechanism will soon be re-engineered to a more reasonable configuration, rendering this model obsolete, and I doubt that when that happens, this model will be recalled.
Even so, I suppose I will keep it; all other aspects seem excellent.
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