Mixedupjake put a nice blog post up describing the mixer I had made for my gf over the holidays.
This thing's been working wonderfully, really happy with it. Now if only we could get our bread to rise consistently... haha.
So the N50 finally arrived back from MixedUpJake, after having a full motor rewind and everything... ( long story.. more on that later)
and for some reason, the Copper insert bowl i bought off ebay doesn't fit in the bowl.
The bowl fits the mixer perfectly.
Is there a 'different' bowl this is meant for? a 5.5 qt bowl???
sorry, i don't know where else to put this...
Kitchenaid HOBART (i.e. it can actually handle dough kneading) Mixer in excellent condition. Comes with bowl shield, paddle & whisk attachments, and dough hook, plus 5 quart stainless steel mixing bowl. Photos are available upon request.
Beautiful off white color with very few blemishes. Simply stated it’s a workhorse. Lack of counter space near an outlet and a recent lumbar disc herniation make it necessary for me to say goodbye to this reliable and favored member of my appliance family.
I just made bread dough in the KitchenAid stand mixer and when i was finished i noticed the gray color was rubbing off the dough hook into the dough. Is it safe to eat or should I throw it away?
Hello everyone, it's been a while since I have posted here. I saw many questions here about dough mixers, some of them unanswered. So when I was presented with the same challenge, I decided to post my experience, in case anyone finds it helpful.
I've experimented with steaming my own oven and it worked okay but I am looking at getting a new oven and want one that can steam my bread just right.
Hi. I have owned a Kitchenaid Artisan Stand Mixer with a twisting lock bowl for about 3 years. I have used it successfully for soft doughs such as cookies, and general mixing purposes.
Since I began making bread about 7 months ago I have tried to use the dough hook for several different recipes of several different hydration levels, and every time I have the same problem - once the dough starts to come together it the adjustable arm (the one the dough hook is inserted into) begins to float wildly about, even though I have the switch in the locked position.