Tuesday, June 11, 2013

don't judge me...



...actually I probably wouldn't care if you did. I'm just like that, that's all.

So yeah...I know I've talked about not buying things and spending on experiences instead, but you know what...having a cute little food processor would make cooking EXPERIENCES much better.

See what I did there. Anywho, I picked up this little beauty off of hautelook today for less than $30 (not including shipping) and it supposedly retails for almost $80. Not a bad deal. I'm looking forward to not having to take apart my whole blender to get crumbs and what not that are stuck underneath the blades when I want to make pie crust and what not. I can't wait to make salsa and chop onions without my eyes twitching and tearing up.

Totally acceptable purchase. Now...how can I make it okay to buy a juicer or nutri-bullet when my blender works just fine?

reading - Elephants on Acid by Alex Boese
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4 comments:

Jen said...

I love that food processor! So cute!

Rima said...

i've been eyeballing those cuties for awhile now, just for baking purposes aka chopping nuts. I got my mother a 12 cup one but she uses it to chop onions, shallots, chillies etc... don't want that for my baked goods. hahaha...

NUTRIBULLET!

Laura Go said...

Dude, I bought a food processor a couple months back and I don't regret it one bit. It makes prepping so much easier! ALSO, I bought a juicer even though I have a working blender, and I LOVE it.
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Allie said...

I LOVE those mini food processors, but we have a full-sized one that works well so I can't justify that purchase, plus I have no idea where I'd store it. I've been considering a magicbullet/nutribullet too, it just seems so much more convenient for everyday use than lugging out the blender and cleaning it. If you get one let me know how you like it!