Tip Of The Week

January 23, 2000

A food processor is the most efficient kitchen tool for chopping or pureeing bulky ingredients. However, if the work bowl is too large to process small amounts effectively, a mini work bowl or a conventional or immersion blender is a better choice. An immersion blender is ideal for pureed soups, baby food or smoothies. Immersion blenders are highly portable and reduce clean-up, since the blades go directly into the cooking pot, mixing bowl or glass. -- Cole's Cooking A to Z

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