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The Eleven-Layer Salad is a recipe inspired by the use of the Cuisinart food processor, which revolutionized the American kitchen

By Joan Namkoong

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 10, 2013

~~<p>Forty years ago Carl Sont&shy;hei&shy;mer introduced a kitchen workhorse to America that changed how cooks cooked: the Cuisinart food processor.</p>
<p>Known in European commercial kitchens as the Robot Coupe/Magimix, the food processor was embraced by master chef Julia Child and culinary authority James Beard because it could chop, grind, pur&eacute;e, slice, grate, shred, knead, mix and blend, saving the cook time and effort in performing repetitive cooking tasks.</p>
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Forty years ago Carl Sont­hei­mer introduced a kitchen workhorse to America that changed how cooks cooked: the Cuisinart food processor.

Known in European commercial kitchens as the Robot Coupe/Magimix, the food processor was embraced by master chef Julia Child and culinary authority James Beard because it could chop, grind, purée, slice, grate, shred, knead, mix and blend, saving the cook time and effort in performing repetitive cooking tasks. Login for more...



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