We just ordered one finally! My boyfriend and I are a couple of foodies and have embarked on making our own food from scratch for a while now but things that needed ‘deeper’ mixing and blending, like dough have somewhat eluded us for lack of proper tools. I’ve always wanted a KitchenAid Stand Mixer but the price was always an issue. We’ve been checking sales lately and hit the jackpot last weekend on The Shopping Channel when it was a Showstopper deal.
Back in the day these mixers were wholly made in the USA, parts and everything but today they are considered assembled in the USA. The way I see it though, these plants still employ hundreds, if not thousands of workers, much like cars and many other things which are technically just “assembled” here now too. Assembled in the USA (or Canada) means as much to me as made in USA (or Canada).
What makes the difference between the $300 mixers and the $500 mixers boils down to the speed of the motor. Since we’re not professional chefs the 300 watt mixer is just fine, but it may not be for you. My tip to you would be to keep an eye out for sales!
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