Rated 4 out of 5
by TendoPain so far so good
as soon as it arrived i grounded some pork meat and made 4 pounds of sausages and it went smooth. haven't have the time to use the slicer but soon. overall i am please with it i recommend it.
April 22, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Long time KitchenAid customer Meat Grinder Cracked Housing
My husband bought our KitchenAid stand mixer during the spring of 1989 along with the accessory bundle. It is a fantastic appliance and I couldn't cook as easily without it. I have sung its praises ever since I started using it. As a matter of fact three of my friends/family have bought one based on my insistence that it is a quality product and our daughter and son in law were very happy to receive theirs as a wedding gift from us. That having been said, the housing on the meat grinder is cracked. I can't say when it did cracked as it has languished in the drawer for many years. Also, we have put it in the top tray of the dishwasher to clean and sanitize it and I don't know if we weren't supposed to do that. The plastic could have become brittle and just cracked. After reading the other reviews complaining about the same issue I am thinking my justifications as to why it cracked are less likely. The only reason I am writing this review now after all these years is because I am surprised and upset that it did crack as it really hasn't been used that often. Also when we were making sausage the meat would squish out around the plate area but I attributed that to it being plastic and not able to seal well. I see other people have had the same issue though. I'm sorry for the length of this review. I wanted to be clear on the reason for the complaint as I do like the mixer. So in summary, I fully recommend the stand mixer as it seems to be of good quality and still works great even though it is 25+ years old. I have also bought other KitchenAid appliances, including our refrigerator, based on the normal quality of the company. I cannot recommend buying the grinder accessory though. It seems to have a design or material flaw and just seems cheap in comparison to the rest of the appliance.
July 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Debbie Kitchen Aid mixer and attachment.
I love my Kitchen Aid mixer and use it for all my baking needs. I never had to replace it and I have had it for about 8 years so it is well worth the investment. I also purchase it for my son who wants to be a chef and recently I bought the attachments for him. He can use his imagination to create culinary wonders.
April 6, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Meat Master Would be great to upgrade this away from foriegn plastic.
Re-inventing the wheel didn't work here. Make at least two metal sizes, small and maximum output meat stuffer grinders. How about adding on a set of metal cuber/tenderizers Out of metal! These inferior plastics blow up! Stop it! How did this get past any kind of American quality control? Isn't it time to BEEF up!?
May 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by pamela8889 Useful attachments at a good price
I really like the attachments I purchased. I have used the meat grinder and the slicer so far and both have been easy to use and made my cooking just a little easier. They aren't hard to clean really just need a good rinsing after use.
December 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bren Awesome
I wished I would of got this many yrs. ago its awesome works great!
December 23, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Angel2 Looking forward to making Christmas dinner
Wonderful products and have never let me down. Long lasting and durable.
December 17, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dads cooking I was concerned
I received the mixer and attachment pack 2 for Christmas 2015. I read the reviews and was concerned about the quality of the product, but because it came with a money back guarantee I thought I had nothing to lose. I have made about 35 pounds of sausage now and the grinder and stuffer work great, but slow by commercial standards (read the instructions!! Chill the meat!). The shredder works great. The slicer now works well since I sharpened the cutters, but you are very limited on your choice thickness
February 19, 2016