Today, at a crucial moment, the end of an era arrived. My food processor, a sturdy though not-much-used workhorse died.
I was pulsing flour and butter together for a few seconds at a time, barely starting the task to make dough. It just went ‘click’ and then . . . nothing.
Needless to say, I had to finish by hand. (Ouch.)
I guess now I need to decide how much I was actually using that food processor, and for what. Do I really need to replace it? Will a replacement be better, and make me use it more?
Hmmm . . . .
EDIT: The reason its the end of an era is that I got this appliance in the early ’90s. So, I’ve had 20 years out of it.
Ah yes. The sudden demise of kitchen appliances. Does it remind you of a certain kitchenaid?
Sort of. Dough and all. 🙂
Except that it really wasn’t me. (No, really.)
And the Kitchenaid is still working great, I’ll have you know.
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