I have owned the Cuisinart DLC-2007N 7C for almost a year now. This is the second food processor that I have owned since James and I got married. The first one (a KitchenAid) I ended up breaking after less than a year because I kept forgetting how to use it properly. I decided to do my research this time and wait for a good deal.
I decided on the Cuisinart DLC-2007N 7C because it had a large work bowl (7 cups), came with a slicing disc, shredding disc, chopping/mixing blade, and dough blade.
The main reason I chose this food processor was because of the safety features.
I love that you cannot turn the food processor on, even if it is plugged in, unless the bowl and lid are BOTH locked into place. This is such an improvement over my last food processor. With two little ones “helping” me in the kitchen this safety feature is a must.
I also liked the fact that it has two different feeding tubes, and extra-large and small, making it easy to fit most fruits and vegetables without having to cut them up.
I have used this food processor with no problems for almost a year now. It was the only machine I used to make baby food. I use my food processor about once a week for normal kitchen tasks like chopping a bunch of onions or peppers, shredding cheese, or slicing veggies. Cakey likes to help by pushing the pulse or start button. She always forgets to push the stop button.
While this food processor is dishwasher safe, I often wash it by hand first, especially the discs, to make sure the food is not hiding or stuck in tiny crevices that can not be removed in the dishwasher.
While this model of food processor is capable of kneading dough I have never used it for that.
At 600-watts, this food processor is perfect for the home cook and meets all my household needs.
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