This post is presented in partnership with KitchenAid.
When my four year old comes into the kitchen asking what smells so good, I know I have a dinner winner!
Making short work of dinnertime recently at Chateau 101 has been the wonderful KitchenAid Artisan Food Processor loaned to me by KitchenAid. Mincing chicken, slicing veggies, making bread crumbs, combining ingredients – it’s been a real eye opener for a food processing novice like me, especially as food prep has always been my least favourite part of cooking…in fact, I am not quite sure how I will bring myself to send it back!
The Artisan is so easy to use. It features three different sized work bowls and a range of different cutting blades and discs, there is even a dough blade, egg whip and citrus press. All parts (except for the base unit) wash up quickly and easily – we use the dishwasher, and the accessories can all be stored together in the handy storage case – no more digging around in the kitchen junk drawer to find that one annoying missing piece that you only use every now and then.
KitchenAid shares lots of mouthwatering recipe ideas on their website and Pinterest boards – why not check out their Process This board for ideas for using your very own Artisan Food Processor… because one lucky Australian Childhood 101 reader is going to have the chance to win one!
You could win a KitchenAid Artisan Food Processor in the colour of your choice – empire red, almond cream, onyx black or white. Entry is simple. This is a game of skill and entries will be judged based on creativity and originality. Leave a comment on this post sharing:
Why a KitchenAid Artisan Food Processor would make the perfect addition to your kitchen and which dinner winner meal would you first prepare for your family with it?
Giveaway Terms & Conditions:
1. The competition begins at 8AM AEDST, 22 January 2013 and ends at 8PM AEDST, 5th February 2012. 2. There is one KitchenAid Artisan Food Processor (RRP $595.00) to be won. 3. Entry is limited to residents with an Australian delivery address. 4. Entry is limited to one comment per household/IP address. Please register a routinely checked email address in the email field of your entry. 5. The winners will be notified via email within 7 days of the competition closing. 6. Should the winner fail to make contact via return email within 72 hours of notification a new winner may be selected. 7. The winner’s contact details will be passed onto a representative of KitchenAid and the prize organised directly by them.
A KitchenAid Artisan Food Processor was loaned to me for editorial consideration. Read more in my disclosure statement.