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Kitchen Aid Mixer

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10:57 pm
February 8, 2009


Tammy

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I just had to say, I actually ate at Regina's Restaurant, it was to this day one of my favorite places to eat. I even took cooking classes there!

I also have a Kitchen Aid mixer that I use all the time, I have only had mine for 21 yrs, works like a charm

12:39 pm
January 11, 2009


Becca

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Regina Akers said:

In 1976 I bought a Kitchen Aid Mixer, Model K45SS because I was opening a Mexican restaraunt and needed a cheese grater and mixer. I thought I would eventually buiy a large cheese grater as Mexican food requires a lot of cheese in its cooking. However, I ended up keeping my mixer for grating cheese. I had my restaraunt for 11 years and that mixer grated hundreds of pounds of cheese not to mention beating eggs for chili rellenos and making desserts. This Dec. 2008 and I used the same mixer today to make a Kuchen. I have never had a problem with it and it has mixed everything from eggs to bread. After 30 years of hard use it is still my  one and only favorite appliance. Others have come and gone but not my Kitchen Aid Mixer.


Hi, I'm glad you like your kitchenaid.  I have one that I like a lot too.  I've been looking here and at other sites and see lots of comments about Kitchenaid products.  One thing I found it that Kitchenaid is not made by the same people who made it back in the '70's.  I think it was sold to some other company.

12:43 pm
December 18, 2008


Regina Akers

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In 1976 I bought a Kitchen Aid Mixer, Model K45SS because I was opening a Mexican restaraunt and needed a cheese grater and mixer. I thought I would eventually buiy a large cheese grater as Mexican food requires a lot of cheese in its cooking. However, I ended up keeping my mixer for grating cheese. I had my restaraunt for 11 years and that mixer grated hundreds of pounds of cheese not to mention beating eggs for chili rellenos and making desserts. This Dec. 2008 and I used the same mixer today to make a Kuchen. I have never had a problem with it and it has mixed everything from eggs to bread. After 30 years of hard use it is still my  one and only favorite appliance. Others have come and gone but not my Kitchen Aid Mixer.



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