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Cuisinart PowerPrep Plus 14-Cup Food Processor Only $149.99 Shipped (+ Great Reviews!)

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Hurry on over to Rakuten.com to snatch up the Cuisinart DLC-2014N PowerPrep Plus 14-Cup Food Processor for only $149.99 shipped. This food processor has a list price of $278.23 and is currently selling over on Amazon.com for $199.95. Plus, it has great reviews.

This premier kitchen workhorse is streamlined, so the base (which measures 9 inches wide by 11 inches deep) looks less boxy and the processor more sleek and unobtrusive than ever on the counter. In addition, the rounded shape makes cleaning easier–no more sticky crevices and corners. The 14-cup work bowl has a huge capacity, holding up to 3 pounds of bread or cookie dough or more than 2 pounds of meat, which means less parsing out of batches and more consistent mixing overall.

Also, the wide-mouth feed tube gobbles up whole fruits and vegetables, which means less prep work. The powerful direct-drive induction motor base has touchpad controls with indicator lights and a special alternate speed for bread kneading. This model comes with all the basic accessories, including slicing and shredding discs, a chopping/mixing S-shaped blade, and the fabulous PowerPrep metal dough blade (all are stainless steel), plus a plastic spatula, recipe and instruction books, and a 45-minute how-to video. The 2-1/2-foot cord can be wrapped underneath, and all detachable parts are dishwasher-safe.

(Thanks, Miss Be Savin’!)

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6 Hip Readers Commented

  • Monica says:

    Wow!!!! I’ve been shopping for a food processor, just ordered this one! Thanks Colin!

  • anony says:

    Dang I’d love to have this one, but I don’t have the money for it right now.

    • Rae says:

      They usually have the 14cup at costco for around this price. My Hubby and I watched it for awhile and saw it vary in price by about$20. It was $160 when they had it on display at the front entrance. A couple weeks later it was back at the kitchenwares aisle and went down in price. We make it a point now to not buy the impulse items at the front of the store unless they are featured in the coupon book and we need them.

  • Sasha says:

    I got a cheaper C a while back you’d posted @ Macy’s.
    Some outrageous price-too good to pass up. I love mine. This one is SOOO much more.

  • Amanda says:

    Wonder why this has a video with it instead of a DVD? Seems odd. I’ve been looking for a food processor…hmmm…Costco has a similar one but it is 11 cup, same price. 14 seems better.

  • Jesse says:

    I have this exact one and LOVE it. It is really, really great. Worth the $$ for all you’ll use it. :)

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