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Cuisinart DLC-10S Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor, White
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- Includes stainless steel chopping blade, medium slicing disc (4mm), and shredding disc
- Also includes small and large pushers, detachable disc stem, compact flat cover, spatula, and recipe book
- Extra-large feed tube holds whole fruits and vegetables; BPA-free and dishwasher-safe parts
- Powerful enough to knead bread dough with ease; Easy to use and clean
- Five-year full motor warranty, three-year limited entire unit warranty
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|Color||White||Brushed Stainless Steel Chrome||Black||Brushed Stainless|
|Dimensions||13.75 inches x 11.25 inches x 7 inches||9.3 inches x 16.6 inches x 12.6 inches||10.13 inches x 14 inches x 10.13 inches||9 inches x 16 inches x 13 inches|
|Item Weight||13.5 pounds||Information not provided||5 pounds||14.5 pounds|
|Material||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Stainless Steel|
|Size||7 Cup||14-Cup||13.6" H x 9.6" W x 10.2" D||9 cup|
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The Classic Food Processor From Cuisinart
The Cuisinart Pro Classic Food Processor makes all your favorites, from stir-fries and main course salads, to peanut butter and homemade bread.
Cuisinart DLC-10S 7-Cup Pro Classic Food Processor:
- 7-cup work bowl
- Extra-large feed tube holds whole fruits and vegetables
- Powerful enough to knead bread dough with ease
- Easy to use and clean
- Additional accessories included for even more versatility
- BPA free
Dimensions: Measures 7 in. x 11.25 in. x 14.5 in.
A Closer Look: Accessories include a stainless steel medium slicing disc, stainless steel shredding disc, chopping blade, small and large pushers, detachable disc stem, compact flat cover, spatula, and instruction/recipe book.
Take Care: All parts except for the motor base are dishwasher-safe and Cuisinart recommends washing them in the dishwasher. Insert the work bowl upside down. Remember where you place sharp blades and discs and unload the dishwasher carefully.
About the Brand: When the food processor was introduced in 1973, it wasn't known as a food processor; it was commonly referred to as a Cuisinart. The rest is culinary history. Savor the good life with Cuisinart.
Top Customer Reviews
In comparing the two models I found that the weights and heights of the models are similar. Product reliability ratings are also similar. The Kitchen Aid gains points for appearing to be easier to clean and being slightly more attractive on my counter than the Cuisinart. The downside of the KitchenAid food processor was that the slicing blade that comes with the unit is a 2mm blade that slices food very thin. I concluded that the slices are too thin to use in my stir frys or pie baking without rendering the fruit or vegetable into a mush like state. The Cuisinart comes with a more functional 4mm blade that better meets my needs(It is important to note that you cannot buy other size blades or attachments for the 7 Cup KitchenAid model).I like it that I had the flexibility of purchasing other attachments in the future to perform other functions with the Cuisinart model.
I purchased this particular model of the Cuisinart because unlike the newer model it came with an extra easy to clean lid, which you can utilize when using the main blade of the machine.Read more ›
While I usually chop on a plastic cutting board with a big chef's knife, the Cuisinart makes several tasks a lot easier. Chopping cooked or raw meat is one. If you are making hash from leftover corned beef, a short burst in this food processor is the easiest way to go. For mixing certain pastry doughs (pie or pate brisee) this is also a very good item to have, although you have to be careful to go slowly and not over-process.
The one thing the Cuisinart does is heat up the dough if you whirl it around too much, so you have to be careful. And if you put too heavy a bread dough in, using the plastic bread blade, you can heat the shaft up enough to jam the blade onto the central post and that's a big nuisance. However, with these cautions, the Cuisinart is hands-down my favorite food processor and for shredding, slicing thinly or chopping, pretty much the best kitchen appliance for the job.
In particular, I like to make hummus and various vegetable soups like pea soup (from fresh peas.Read more ›
I've had a number of food processors over the years. Just a few factoids are pertinent here:
* My first FP was an original Cuisinart 7-cup model. I just tossed it out because the bowl finally broke and I didn't want to replace just the bowl at this point. Why? Because I bought the original over 30 years ago! In thirty years of hard use, only one minor part failure. I'd say that original was pretty durable.
* There's Cuisinart and there are 'all others.' In thinking over my experiences, I couldn't bring myself to buy anything other than a Cuisinart. Especially after reading the numerous reviews on Amazon.
So, I bought a new original -- now called 'Classic,' like Coke -- 7-cup model. And, like Coke, they've changed enough of the product design so that they couldn't call it the 'old' Cuisinart. So it's a 'Classic.' OK.
What are the evolutions in the last 30 years and, more importantly, are they worth it? Here are the ones I can see:
* The steel chopping blade -- the workhorse of the unit -- has changed slightly in its shape. This is no doubt for the best.
* The switch is now a single, double-duty switch instead of two separate controls. One way for 'constant on,' and the other way for 'pulse.' An improvement, both in functionality and manufacturing cost.
* The motor sounds different, presumably because it's both better AND cheaper to make. Also, not having ripped the unit apart to see for myself, I believe that it's also because the controls have been replaced with a solid-state switching mechanism. This is also for the better.
* I've saved the best for last.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This processor is excellent! Works like a charm and chops in no time. It replaces one I had from many years ago and didn't want to use again. Read morePublished 3 days ago by IDoIt
Heavy duty machine and is a classic for a reason - it lasts! I also like that it is small enough to sit on my counter.Published 3 days ago by Rachael
So far we like it but we expected higher performance capability.Published 4 days ago by Attila Tocik
Well, this food processor worked fine for a few months until the rivets on the blade cracked. Thankfully I did not have the same problem many other people did where chunks actually... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Stumpy
This works as well as my old cuisinart food processor. There are some changes that I am getting use to however. Read morePublished 5 days ago by vicki b
Its been 6 months since we got the Cuisinart Pro Classic and the blades have rusted and cracked already, and let me tell you we use it once in 3-4 days. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
I registered for this for my wedding and have used it regularly for over a year - I make pie crust, sauces, bread, juices, and more in it. Read morePublished 5 days ago by ElleOh
Excellent product. We fully expect it to last as long as the one it replaces; and that one made baby food for both our son and our granddaughter! Read morePublished 8 days ago by John Bennett
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