Bacon Cheddar Scalloped Potatoes + WIN a KitchenAid Food Processor!


Disclosure: KitchenAid Canada provided me with a KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor with ExactSlice System for review at no cost to myself. They are also providing another food processor to give away to one of my readers!

UPDATE: This contest is now closed.

A great side dish is essential for holiday dinners like Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. These bacon cheddar scalloped potatoes are a delicious twist on a holiday classic, going perfectly alongside your baked ham or roasted turkey. Layers of thinly-sliced potatoes are smothered in a creamy cheddar cheese sauce with bits of crispy bacon thrown in just to blow your mind. The only thing you may want more right now than the recipe for these creamy, cheesy scalloped potatoes is the chance to win the tool I made them with - the all new KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor with ExactSlice System!

Seriously, guys, I'm giving away a food processor! No, I'm not kidding. For real. One reader will win their very own KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor with ExactSlice System in white, black or silver - you choose! This incredible kitchen tool is all about power and precision. Get the perfect slicing thickness - anywhere from 1 mm to 6 mm thick - with the adjustable lever on the outside of the processor. The 3-in-1 feed tube lets you process large foods like potatoes and blocks of cheese as well as slender foods like carrots and cucumbers. Use it to slice, shred, chop, knead and more. For someone who has gone her entire life without a food processor, I have used this machine every day since I opened the box. And it's not just fun. It's darn pretty, too! See the post with my full review for more thoughts on this awesome food processor from KitchenAid Canada.

I want you to win this food processor! But first, be sure to print or pin this recipe so you can make these incredible bacon cheddar scalloped potatoes. The food processor's shredding disc preps the cheese in seconds. The onions, bacon and thyme are pulsed using the multipurpose blade for the creamy sauce, and the potatoes are precision-sliced to a perfect thickness for even cooking. Bring this to the table all baked and bubbly and your holiday dinner is a guaranteed good time.


Bacon Cheddar Scalloped Potatoes
Makes 6 servings

8 slices of thick-cut bacon
350 g (12 oz) sharp Cheddar
1 medium onion, peeled
2 tbsp (30 mL) fresh thyme leaves
3 tbsp (50 mL) all-purpose flour
1 1/2 tsp (7 mL) salt
1/2 tsp (2 mL) black pepper
3 cups (750 mL) whole milk
3 lb (1.4 kg) russet potatoes, skins on (4-5 large potatoes)

Preheat the oven to 375°F/190°C. Cook the bacon in a large frying pan over medium heat until crispy. Remove the pan from the heat and set it aside, transferring the bacon to a plate to cool slightly. Using the shredding disc on the food processor, shred the cheese and set it aside. 

In the bowl of the food processor using the multipurpose blade, combine the onion, cooked bacon and thyme. Pulse until coarsely chopped. Scoop the mixture back into the pan the bacon was cooked in. Cook over medium heat for about 5 minutes to soften the onion. Stir in the flour, salt and pepper. Pour in the milk. Turn the heat to medium-high and cook, stirring constantly, until the sauce comes to a bubble and thickens. Remove the sauce from the heat and stir in the cheese until it melts, reserving a handful of cheese for later.

Using the slicing disc on the food processor, slice the potatoes thinly. Layer a third of the potato slices in the bottom of a large greased casserole dish. Ladle a third of the sauce over the potatoes, spreading it out evenly. Layer on another third of the potato slices and cover them with another third of the sauce. Layer the remaining potatoes and cover them with the rest of the sauce in the same way. Bake on the middle rack in the oven for 45 minutes. Sprinkle on the reserved cheese, and bake another 20 minutes until golden and bubbly.

Garnish with more fresh thyme if desired.

NOW FOR THE GIVEAWAY!
One reader (sorry, Canadian residents only) will win a KitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor with ExactSlice System valued at $299.99!
To enter, leave a comment telling me why YOU want to win, and be sure to leave your email address so I can reach you if you win. A winner will be randomly selected on Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014. Good luck, Canada!


88 comments:

  1. As an excitably creative professional chef, there's little more I want to do after spending ten hours working than to come home and create and experiment with new and exciting recipe ideas I've thought of during the day - And, oddly enough, this isn't sarcasm!

    I love creating new recipes and coming up with new ideas, but unforunately being new to the profession also means that I earn very little; Most of what I do earn goes into bills and rent, and very little is left over for buying all the new and exciting kitchen toys that I'd love to own. This leaves me in the situation that I've got notebooks filled to the brim with potential ideas, but unfortunately without tools such as the Kitchenaid food processor they simply remain theories and hypotheticals on paper.

    I want to win so I can create and continue making the interesting things I'm able to cook at work, except using my own ideas and thoughts instead of those of others. I want to become a better chef, and I want to share my ideas and cooking with anyone who's willing to take part in it. That, right there, is why I'd love to win!

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    1. Please don't forget to leave your email address, Zack! I love the enthusiasm.

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    2. One Christmas, many years ago when the dinosaurs still roamed the earth, my husband decided that the perfect gifts would be a Cuisinart Kitchen Centre and a French Silk Teddy. Although lovely, the teddy went back to La Senza (what he imagined it would look like on me was very different from what it DID look like on me.) So I was left with the Kitchen Centre which included the mixer, the food shredder and a food processor. Unfortunately, the food processor is pretty tiny and I end up having to split things up in batches. Some cursing is involved as things get spilled on the counter and the floor.
      Not to make you pity me, but my dog died a couple of years ago, otherwise the crumb problem wouldn't be as much of a problem. He died obese (probably due to my tiny food processor).
      So, I would love to win this Kitchen Aide Processor even though I probably won't live much longer myself due to the stress I have been under making hummus. notjoking@hotmail.com

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  2. Oh, I sure hope I win! We got my mom a KitchenAid food processor for Christmas and I use it all the time when I'm over there to prep veggies! One day I grated a full bag of organic carrots... hello carrot cake and muffins! I would love to have one of these for myself, especially with another baby on the way... it would totally reduce my meal prep time.

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    1. Please don't forget to leave your email address, Natalie! Blame it on baby brain :)

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    3. Thanks! It's nebuchmann at gmail dot com

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  3. I would LOVE to win this !! I make a lot of hummus and do tons of baking and use my very old second hand food processor all the time...I have lost the slicing disc that went on mine :( It would get put to good use here! Thanks and have a great day! pwalsh87@yahoo.ca

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  4. We would very much like to win this as it would make our lives much easier. We have a very active eight month old, which means we do not have a lot of time for meal prep. This appliance would help us reach our goal of providing as many scratch cooked meals as possible to our son, and ourselves. Thank you, christinehand@gmail.com

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  5. oh my goodness what a fantastic and amazing giveaway! i have actualy never ever owned a food processor, and i would love to own one!! you bet i'd be using it often! your scalloped potatoes look amazing too! xoxo

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  6. Omg so so many recipes I look at and want to make use a food processor!! Energy balls... Cake crusts.. Dips .. And I've learned to live prepping ahead so chopping up onions and vegetables in massive groups would be so much easier!! Aaand.. I kinds sorta really love kitchen aid. I may have their mixer saucepans and measuring cups... Pick me!!!!!!

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  7. With the little amount of time that I have to prepare meals in a day, simply put, this would make my life so much easier!!! :) It would be amazing to win this machine!! :) connie.roberts61@hotmail.com

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  8. Pick me, pick me! I would love to win! I'm making potato-kale cakes right now for dinner and it would be so much easier if I had a new KitchenAid food processor! - Hazel

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  9. I'd love to win this so that Brian could make amaaaaazing salsa for me to eat! Nom nom! Please please please pick me!! sugarandcandydesigns at gmail dot com

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  10. I want to win this because we are on a health kick in my home and this would help me make all kinds of yummy healthy food, not to mention cut the work in half! Thanks for the chance to win! vschweyer at sympatico dot ca

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  11. I would love to win this! I haven't had a food processor in years, and the one I had was a cheapie so didn't work well. I would make scalloped potatoes, hummus, English pickle... Oh the things that would be easier with this! :)

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  12. WOW! Delicious recipes and a chance to win a KitchenAid food processor?! I have a beautiful baby granddaughter that I'd love to make baby food for. Perhaps with this I'd be able to do just that! :) brendell16@shaw.ca

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  13. This looks SO yummy. I love the storage bin for all the parts of the processor. I'd love to win and use this to make raw balls (so yummy!). :D

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  14. What's not to love?? I would love to win the KitchenAid food processor! With summer almost here, I'm looking forward to jams & chutneys and BBQ sauces and this would make the canning prep so much easier!

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  15. Your recipe looks wonderful! Just in time for Easter! I would love to win a food processor to make nut burgers, hummus and other dips, and home-made larabars!

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    1. Please don't forget to leave your email address, Lisa, so I can contact you if you win!

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  16. I want (need!) to win because my existing food processor was a shower gift 20 years ago (almost 21) and just recently broke! This would be heaven sent! As a busy mom of 3, it is so handy to have one for making so many family dishes! Thanks for the opportunity! mrsrexy@gmail.com

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  17. Thank you so very much Amy for this exciting opportunity to win the KitchenAid food processor. I have just came through my 16th jaw reconstruction surgery and after 1 year of only being allowed a liquid diet, I can progress to the next stage diet. I cannot begin to tell you how this wonderful processor would be a blessing as arthritis has set in several fingers and cutting with a knife is very painful. The processor would definitely make my life in the kitchen pure JOY which it had always been. Blessings. kathy.madden@hotmail.ca

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  18. I would love to win this so I can make the bacon cheddar scalloped potatoes! Yummy! Also would be so helpful for making soup and a whole lot of other good treats. skstorteboom @ gmail.com. Kimberly

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  19. Here's my cheeky answer....I would want to win this so I can surprise my husband with it! (he is a homemaker) The benefit to me: delicious cooking. The KitchenAid Mixer that I gave him for Christmas sure paid off!

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  20. adding email:
    jenlinders@hotmail.com

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  21. What a treat it would be to have a new food processor .... and not the cranky one I am living with these days. For sure, the first thing I would try with a new model would be use those cutting and slicing blades: perhaps a mango cabbage slaw?
    Great give-away, thanks!
    kjbennett at gmail dot com

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  22. Hi there!! First of all I have to say I love your blog! Second of all I need this new food processor! Mine is a mini sized (and I stress mini) processor with only a couple bades :( and honesty with a family of six I dont know why I never bought a larger one. I'm praying to the food processor Gods that I'm picked and I promise to post an amazing dish made by the processor if I do.
    diane@ottawaonthemove.com

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  23. I have never owned a food processor! This would be a great addition to my kitchen! Thanks Lisa fostermcdonald@rogers.com

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  24. Where do I start... my very old food processor has been loved to death. Okay, well love is a strong word, abused may be more accurate. But it is old and well used. It has so many cracks in it, I have resorted to using a special electrical/plumbing tape to hold it together. I guess I can't complain too much because it still works, but I would love a new one, especially a KitchenAid!

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  25. Hi, what a great giveaway! That recipe sure looks good. Now, to answer your question...why I'd like to win: I've never had a food processor before and would like to have one as I make a lot of soups. This would be very convenient instead of all the chopping I do! Thanks much. dreena_b at hotmail dotcom.

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  26. I have the KitchenAid Artisan Stand mixer and I LOVE IT! I desperately need to upgrade my food processor and would love to make it an KitchenAid one! chris.marriott@sympatico.ca

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  27. Hi! I'd love to win because I dream of all the time that would be cut down in the kitchen. :)
    sroutliffe@Hotmail.com

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  28. lhood@mts.net
    I have printed off your scalloped potatoe recipe and will be cooking it up for Easter supper. A food processor has been sadly missing from my kitchen even though I have gifted other family members with one. I have heard only good things about them and so would appreciate the opportunity to expand my cooking/baking skills through the winning of such an item.

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  29. I would like to win this for a young lady I work with who is pregnant with her first child. She has so far had a very rough pregnancy and is presently in the hospital with toxemia. I would like to surprise her so that she has something to make all natural baby food when the baby is old enough. She needs something good to happen at this point to show her that we all love her.

    susan.wasilik@gmail.com

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  30. I have never owned a full sized food processor! yea I can't believe it either! I've been relying on good ol' knife work for so many years - wouldn't it be lovely to win this grand kitchen power tool :) Thanks for the contest and good luck to all the entrants! if you choose me, reach me at jlhwong2003 at yahoo dot ca. Jeremy

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  31. Love the recipe for scalloped potatoes! Oh my a contest for Canadians! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win. I would so love to have this food processor - mine is over 25 years old - a heavy monster with the bowl cracked in a few places so I am always praying for it to hang on each time I use it. My email address is gaj4047@gmail.com

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  32. I would love to have this beautiful machine to help out with all the kitchen prep. I could easily make all your yummy dishes with this! ~Carrol
    jcped@telus.net

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  33. Why? Because its a beautiful machine that will make all recipes easier! And because my food processor was a wedding gift almos 27 years ago and barely works!
    Sue - suevac@gmail.com

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  34. Amy, your recipe looks mouth-watering; can't wait to try it. Also, I hope I'm the lucky so-and-so who wins the KitchenAid food processor. My 30+ year old Goliath just bit the dust... I'm at spymem@yahoo.ca

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  35. I want to win because the handle of my old food processor just broke! I love shredding cheese and carrots in it, along with making pastry dough. airiyel.sjoden@gmail.com

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  36. I'd love to win a Kitchen Aid food processor! I've had my KA stand mixer for over 15 years now and it's still going strong. My new KA hand mixer is so handy and a beautiful machine to use. I need to complete my major kitchen tools with a Kitchen Aid food processor! Like you, I have no issues using a knife for small jobs, but I like to do bulk cooking and prep lots of salads and it sure would be nice to have this quality machine doing so much of the work for me!

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  37. I'd love to win a Kitchen Aid food processor! I've had my KA stand mixer for over 15 years now and it's still going strong. My new KA hand mixer is so handy and a beautiful machine to use. I need to complete my major kitchen tools with a Kitchen Aid food processor! Like you, I have no issues using a knife for small jobs, but I like to do bulk cooking and prep lots of salads and it sure would be nice to have this quality machine doing so much of the work for me!

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  38. I am embarrassed to admit that I am a food blogger who is without a food processor. I had the same one for about 15 years and when it finally died, I put off replacing it and now I find myself processing food in a ton of little batches in a little mini chopper that my husband bought me at the GoodWill pound store. I guess I have just gotten so used to making do that I have forgotten how badly I need a full sized machine lol

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  39. My hands are not as nimble as they used to be. A food processor would reduce the pain in my hands and help me feed my family good food.

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  40. I would really like to win this so I can cook some amazing recipes. There have been many recipes that I have shy'ed away from making because I was worried about the quality of the finished product being ruined with poor materials being used. And then, there are the recipes that really can't be completed at all without a food processor or a top of the line blender such as a vitamix(which, I also do not own) like homemade natural almond milk, or homemade peanut butter or other nut butters. It's quite the time consuming process as well to make salsa from scratch without a food processor. Bottom line is that this really saves time, increases quality, and eases strain on the hands. This is an amazing product, and I would only be so lucky as to win one! It could help me out in the kitchen so much, thank you and fingers crossed!
    Jaimee
    slip_of_the_knot666 @ hotmail. com

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  41. I use to use my cheap food processor everyday, until it broke a few months ago. I cannot wait to get a new one, but feel saving up for a higher quality one would be beneficial. Having just had my first child and starting a home based child care, money is a little tight and there always seems to be something better to spend the money on. Winning this food processor would allow me to stop worrying about saving for a new one, give me a hand prepping food for 5 little ones everyday and give me more time to spend with my family inthe evenings.
    Becca
    beckersbecca@hotmail.com

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  42. Hi Jan sent me! I have a food processor that sounds like a groaning beast and my husband keeps asking me why I haven't thrown it out yet. I use my processor for absolutely everything from muffins to grating cheese. Thank you so much!

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  43. Simply because I LOVE to cook and this food processor would be a well used addition to my humble kitchen.
    coastal_lamar@hotmail.com

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  44. You had me at bacon, I can't wait to try your Bacon Cheddar Scalloped Potatoes, yummm!! The food processor I have sounds like a jet plane taking off, lol! I love to cook and I love to make roasted red pepper hummus and all sorts of goodies but I gotta put on the ear plugs before pressing the "on" button on my current machine. To win this machine would be amazing! my email is floaisigaramirez@gmail.com

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  45. My food processor is ancient, I need a new one, especially such a pretty one, then I could make that Bacon Cheddar Scalloped Potatoes too. mmmmmm! butterybites@gmail.com is where you can contact me.

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  46. What a great give away - I love KitchenAid products - they are always so well made! My current food processor is really old and small so a new one would be fantastic! My kids and I are always in the kitchen baking or making something so it would be put to good use ALL the time!
    Ceecee
    withinthekitchen(at)gmail.com

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  47. First off, thanks for the opportunity. 2nd, I would like to win because I've never owned one or had one. As I get older my hands bother me I have COPD and have lost alot of my strength I use to have. This would certainly be much more easier and convenient! Thank you for the chance & good luck to everyone entering!

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  48. Oh would love to try that dish for Easter!

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  49. That would rock! sbasmaling@hotmail.com

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  50. I have just came across your web site while i was looking for an orange spice cake recipe. I love cooking! Im from Northern Ireland, living in Canada 5 years now, and would simply love The KitchenAid food processor! I love cooking using breadcrumbs but back home I could have bought a fresh bag off them anywhere, whereas here I grate bread that i have left out for a few hours to harden so it grates into crumbs easier. It sure is a messy job but so worth the effort! Now that processor would make my life easier...especially with 5 kids! cwigston@yahoo.ca there you go!

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  51. I love to turn ingredients into works of art, blog about it and share with the Universe. And my food processor just broke down! I hope the Kitchen(Aid) Gods are with me. kravingsblog@gmail.com

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  52. I would love to win this food processor because I love cooking! And making hummus :) emleeread@gmail.com

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  53. I need to win because my food processor just broke! Ahhhhhh! I can't make Armenian Nutmeg Cake without it! heather at mmmisformommy dot com :)

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  54. I value the memories shared every Sunday having supper around our kitchen table with my son and his family as well as my sister and niece. The preparation of these meals would be so much easier with the use of such a great machine. I would love to win this! andrade0115@gmail.com

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  55. Thank you for sharing this great recipe, I love it! I'm a busy mom and my food processor broke a while ago, so it would be great to get a new one. I couldn't afford it for a while, and I really really need it. I immigrated to Canada and when you do so I have to prioritize where my budget goes. As well I myself have YouTube channel where I post my recipes. If I'll win I will make your recipe and will film the process and upload it to my channel (with your permission and link it to your blog and mention where I got my inspiration from). Fingers crossed and Good Luck to everybody!
    Cheers,
    Victoria Paikin (you can find me on youtube by my name)
    email: reginavolch@hotmail.com

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  56. I would LOVE to win this food processor, so that I can prepare more HEALTHY, RAW goodness to nourish my chronic health condition into remission. I have very limited energy & a very limited budget, but love cooking, & try to do what I can to make my diet both delicious & nourishing.
    I've been getting into making salsa frescas & frozen fruit-only sorbets with the teeny tiny noisy processor I have, which is on its last legs, & a larger better quality one is most definitely on my wish list. I tried to make my best friend a raw vegan carrot cake for her birthday recently (as requested), & nearly killed my current machine doing so, in spite of doing it in multiple batches & taking breaks, which exhausted me so much more thoroughly than it would have if I'd only had the proper equipment!
    I also have fruit trees where I live, so I would love to be able to make processor-sliced apples pies et. al. with this treasure as well.
    Thank you for giving away such a useful item to one lucky winner in need!
    lyricajasper@hotmail.com

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  57. why do i want to win this machine? because i can make more healthy, raw food and also i am currently stuck with a mandolin shredder and an old blender, i miss having a food processor. my current one is a handheld chopper, kind of small and only does one or two functions. my email: valdiesh@hotmail.com
    thanks, Erica

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  58. I would love to win, because I love winning stuff! Seriously though the things I could do, that I have yet to do or try would be an entire new world for me in the kitchen. Plus I have heard amazing things about this product and know it would look beautiful on my counter ;)
    arika_owsianski@hotmail.com

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  59. Oooh, a new food processor!?! Amazing. I would like to win because I am currently using the food processor that I grew up with (and I'm in my late 30's). It's lasted amazingly well, but though the motor is still going strong, the plastic bowl and attachments are definitely showing their age. I've lost the grater attachment already and the crack in the bowl just gets larger with every batch of date brownies I mix up.
    PS - love your blog and your recipes. The sausage-kale soup is the biggest hit ever over here. :)
    esladina@gmail.com

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  60. The only food processor I've ever owned is a Cuisinart Mini Processor that was abandoned at a house I was renting eight years ago. I have to make my hummous in batches! I would like to win so that I can make party sized loads of hummous.....and I'll be going to sleep tonight dreaming of all the other things I'd be able to whip up if I had a brand new one to call my own! Chelsea.resch@gmail.com.

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  61. Well I really want to make this and the directions seem to require a food processor and I don't have one, so that's the main reason I need one because this looks awesome.

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  62. My mom lost her mother when she was just 14. So the extent of inheriting culinary skill stops at meals like pork chops smothered with Campbell's mushroom soup and perfectly "nuked"frozen bean and cheese burritos.

    As an adult I roomed with my best friend who has an extensive past working in restaurant kitchens. She has every Kitchen Aid gadget imaginable. I used to joke that it was so nice being in a "functional" household. I always watched her prep and cook in absolute awe; every meal was beautiful.

    By observation, I've gained significant knowledge of basic cooking rules and styles of cutting. Who knew there were so many ways to cut a carrot! I am inspired and try daily to create dishes that interest my palate.

    Without someone to cook for, I'm my only critic but I do my best and have fun proving myself. It's all about the fun experience and lessons along the way!

    I can't say that this beautiful Kitchen Aid device will get me skilled enough to audition for Iron Chef; however, it could possibly help the process of preparing fabulous meals for friends and family to enjoy.

    Fun contest! Thanks for this opportunity!

    Chamadian@gmail.com

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  63. This is a very nice giveaway. I would love to win because my daughter is graduating from university and is moving a new apartment this fall. If I win it will be my gift to her because she worked very hard the past couple years. It would look so nice on her counter in hew new place. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  64. I would love to win this as I have a very old processor that I am afraid will break anytime! Thank you for the giveaway.

    lushka204@gmail.com

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  65. I would love to win this amazing giveaway so I can make your recipe for bacon cheddar scalloped potatoes! It looks delicious!

    jazzkaita@gmail.com

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  66. This is such a really fantastic prize for those of us who wish to have some fun in the kitchen but are finding we are getting a bit lazy for all the manual labour of slicing and dicing etc...I'm keeping my wings crossed, believe me!

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  67. I'm about to become a mother of two and anything that can make things in my kitchen easier, faster, tastier and more nutritious is something I need! Email is littleacornstudio@gmail.com

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  68. Wow, I came here to find a scalloped potato recipe to make for Easter dinner tomorrow, and your bacon cheddar scalloped potatoes look amazing, score! and a draw to win a food processor, double score!! I've never had a food processor before! I can only imagine how much faster it would make meal prep.
    Thanks!
    Kari ( lukeandkari@hotmail.com )

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  69. I would love to win this and give it to my sister! She has 4 amazing kids and a full time job and anything to help cut down on food prep time would be amazing! What a great giveaway. Thank you!
    Sr_gillies (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  70. Who would not love win and have this great food processor in there kitchen. I love to make those Bacon Cheddar Scalloped Potatoes they look yummy. Thanks for the giveaway. paisley25(at) bell (dot ) net.

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  71. I would like to win too(like everyone else). I'm learning to be more creative in the kitchen but with limited tools its hard and I'm not so skilled with the knife. To have a food processor I could expand my creativity in the kitchen and just get things done faster.

    Tanya.b.82(at)gmail(dot)com

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  72. I love to cook and I make nutritious, homemade food for my family pretty much every day. Even though I have been cooking for many years, I have never had a real workhorse food processor. For almost thirty years, I have been using the same mini food processor for making pesto or chopping an onion, but unfortunately this little much loved machine is very worn from use and appears to be nearing the end of its natural life. Reading about this KitchenAid food processor and all of the wonderful things that it can do has made me truly excited. If I won this giveaway, I would use it for all sorts of time-saving tasks including much slicing, diciing and grating, but I would also use it to make lots of wonderful dishes that I can't seem to find the time for, such as homemade bread, authentic falafel, the perfect pastry crust, and yes, also I want to try those dreamy scalloped potatoes. Thank you for such an awesome giveaway, Amy -- fingers crossed! :)

    Paula

    pjmarchese(at)gmail(dot)com

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  73. I would love to win to this KitchenAid food processor so that I can make fresh salsa. I love salsa and to be able to make some fresh salsa would be great. I could also make some guacamole. Thank you for the great giveaway, Theresa Mayville tmayville000(at)sympatico(dot)ca.

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  74. I have a new baby, and my food processor just broke! This would be magical, as even shopping with babe is overwhelming, and budgets won't allow me a new one. Lol.
    I'd be making a plethora of baby foods, but my all-time fave would be my departed mother-in-law's recipe for halushkis, which require scads of thinly shaved cabbage browned in butter for hours over homemade potato dumplings. It's a whole day job that goes by in half an hour with a good food processor. :)
    My email is ndorans@gmail.com

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    1. Also battleship destroyer is my horse's show name so don't feel threatened! Lol

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  75. Would not love to have this KitchenAid food processor in there kitchen. It would be such a time saver to have this food processor. I would be able to make to make a lot more recipes that I would not try because of the chopping. KitchenAid is such a great line, well made and to last. Christine R. blue25(at)sympatico.ca(dot)ca

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  76. I would like to win the mixer so I could cook my way through your blog easier! Cate wahinecate(at)gmail.com

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