First, let me say that I have always wanted a Cuisinart Food Processor, but have never been able to afford one. I've looked on eBay, but even the used ones are rather expensive when you consider you have to add shipping. So, when I saw this GE Food Processor advertised at Wal-Mart for $49.95 (last fall), I had to check it out. After reading some of the online reviews, which were very helpful, I decided to buy it. I must say, that I am very glad I did. I don't bake, and I don't cook a lot, but it has performed admirably for what little I have used it for. So far, I've shredded and grated parmesan cheese, made bread crumbs from plain white bread, made a garlic/cream cheese spread, and made a wonderful viniagrette (which also required that I use the processor to mince the onions and garlic). My only complaint would be that it did not do a good job of uniformly grating the crouton-size bread pieces "after" they had been toasted. The next batch I did, I grated the bread into crumbs first, then toasted them. Much better!! Oh, and by the way, the suction cups on the bottom are very strong, so there is no danger of it tipping over or 'dancing' across the counter. At the current online price of $37, you can't beat it. I feel I've already gotten my money's worth.
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