|Mixer blade. NiKon D7000|
High-tech gadgets are very interesting, but often it is the simple things in life which are most useful.
Jo's mixer has a couple of different blades, runs at a few different speeds, and is built like a tank.
We have had many different food processors in the past that claim to do everything you ever want in the kitchen; with the exception of washing up the intricate parts of food processors.
The Kenwood was bought off ebay about 10 years ago, but is still going strong. It pounds dough on a Friday for Pizza, churns crumble mix for my supper once a week, and mashes eggs and flour for cakes and pancakes at the weekend.
Best of all, it is dead easy to clean it.