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I found my missing dough hook!

It’s been conspicuously absent for about 10 years.  But now it is found and I am stuck with this old Kitchen Aid mixer that was not going to make the cut to the new home.

Now, I can make bread anytime I want.


13 Responses

  1. Can you find my missing high-ball tumbler? AWOL for 2 months.

    • I’ll take a look around in the garage. Where did you leave it last or can’t you remember?

  2. Isn’t Kitchen Aid supposed to be the Mack Truck of mixers? Just because its old doesn’t mean it isn’t good . . . does it?

  3. The missus found her Kitchen Aid for cheap at a yard sale. Seems someone’s hubby committed the sin of buying household appliances for the wife so the old one was put out for sale.

    The newer models have a fixed head and a bowl clamping system on the base, considering the weight they are safer. Anyway good thing Willard’s vultures didn’t get a hold of the company. they would explode when you turned them on.

  4. So where was the dough hook? (In case I lose mine I’ll know where to look first.)

    • In the cooking utensil drawer, just where it should have been all along. But everytime I needed it, I couldn’t find it. I think I have a poltergeist.

  5. LOL. Congrats on the dough hook. It takes the drudgery out of bread making for sure. Also congrats on the new house. I finally have a new post up that might interest you and Katie. Girls Are Smarter Than Boys

  6. RD…my cool Pennsylvania cousins are trying to put a reunion together. If we manage to pull it off, I’d sure like to meet you and Katie. Don’t know if you recall I have roots where the Monongahela and Allegheny meet. sharondymond at earthlink dot com

  7. Gotta love a Kitchenaid.

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