Thunderbird 10 qt mixer
My wife is looking for a mixer that will knead copious quantities of dough and also serve as a day to day stand mixer. I have been looking at the Thunderbird 10 qt--which is a big mixer but appears to have the power to mix concrete if necessary.
My question is this--a person at Thunderbird told her that the mixer made a single pie crust for his wife. Do y'all think that this mixer is able to handle small jobs as well as larger ones?
I am not a baker, the mixer may be overkill, but can anyone help me out? (Another consideration is that the TB accepts attachments--which the 8 qt globe doesn't).
Our KitchenAid, which was supposed to be eternal, has been reduced to a smoking ruin of burnt transmission and stripped gears.