Help! I just had to sell my current Electrolux mixer because we are moving overseas and it was a 110v model, which I loved.
Does anyone have a 220v Electrolux mixer with attachments you want to sell?
We need have it before mid August so that it can be included with our shipment overseas.
Im contemplating the purchase of a KetchenAid NSF Certified Commercial Series
Is it worth the purchase or should I buy a Ankarsrum?
My KA Professional line broke again. Those mixers don't last long. I am looking for a mixer that is versatile (egg whites, cookies, quick bread, frosting, and at lot of bread) that can take the load of bread I make. I usually make at least 5 pounds of dough ( about f 4 loaves) at a time. Any recommendations on what I can use that can last me longer than the KA, I am willing to pay up to $900. Thank you!!
I am in the market for a new kitchen range / stove. I have a budget of about $4000.00 but I only have space for a 30in range. I'd like to get a Dual Fuel, convection set up and it needs to be white. Any recommendations? We've been replacing out appliances for the last year and the last one in the range. We currently have a glass top electric range but I had a gas line installed knowing that we'd need to replace the to range eventually and I wanted to be ready. I'd consider one of the double ovens if it was high quality. Any help is appreciated.
I no longer have a toaster oven and don't need one, but I would like to find a bread toaster that can hold the longer and oddly shaped slices of artisan bread. I will only be using it for this purpose. Does anyone have one to recommend?
Hello to everyone. I am a beginning amateur bread maker, no machine, just a mixer and time, and I am looking for a supplier who has plastic bags big enough to keep my creations somewhat preserved. Thanks...Dan
Dado and I released a FREE trial version of BreadStorm for Mac. It's downloadable from our website (http://www.breadstorm.com/), where you can also find the fun tutorial we put together with MC on "How to BreadStorm."
Please have a look! Especially if you like to bake using pre-ferments, soakers, and builds (like us :-).