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OK...How about Electrolux DLX 2000 in Ft. Worth, TX? :)

February 20, 2009 - 2:42am -- damnbaker

Funny how life works sometimes.  I complain about not being able to get an Electrolux DLX in Canada and a round trip ticket to the good old US of A gets dropped in my lap.  I'll only be in town for about 3 days, can anyone recommend a store that carries the Electrolux DLX?  It's a business trip so I won't have a lot of time for shopping around.

 

TIA

 

Sean

damnbaker's picture

Electrolux DLX in Canada

February 17, 2009 - 2:53pm -- damnbaker

So I'm taking back my Cuisinart 7QT stand mixer to Sears tomorrow with a tear in my eye.  At least they'll still have to take it back because of the 30 day policy.  So my next problem is what to get to replace it.  I've been reading some of the posts here as well as elsewhere and the Electrolux DLX sounds like just the ticket.  The only problem, I live in Canada and it is not available here. I can buy it from the US and ship it up here for about $800 CDN or get it from one Canadian Web site for about $900 CDN. 

 

gr8bskt's picture

I Think I'm in Love: New DLX

January 10, 2009 - 1:27am -- gr8bskt

Hello there,

My name is Jennifer and I am one very grateful newbie.

My bread odyssey began a few months back while shopping at the grocery store: I'd finally had it up to -here- with the cost of bread vs. the quality.  We live in a hideously remote location, the selection is bad and we're feeding three growing boys.  My priority, of course, is my kids; I can't do a thing in the world about my location; I can definitely do something about the quality of our food.

ehanner's picture

DLX Question

February 5, 2008 - 5:40pm -- ehanner

Hey all you DLX users, I just took delivery of a new DLX Assistant mixer which looks like it will be fun. I have read where the first thing to know is that the water goes in first and the flour as it becomes incorporated. I'm wondering about the roller position is a little confusing. The manual says fix the roller 1 inch away for a 2 loaf batch and 1.5 inches for 3 loaves and so on. Others seem to say leave it loose and let it ride the edge.

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