Cuisinart Food Processor Giveaway

Because we appreciate you we want to make your New Year entertaining more fun by giving away a Cuisinart Mini-Prep Plus 4-cup Food Processor! It is Brushed Stainless Steel with touchpad controls and it is wonderful for making many great recipes.

The Winner of the Giveaway

#78 Cheryl W.  “Bourbon balls! My father in law’s new girlfriend made us this incredible Christmas goody tray, this year. On that tray was these wonderful Bourbon balls. I have never tried them before, but they were delicious. I asked how she made them and she gave me the recipe, but it required a food processor, which I don’t have. I am dying to make these, so I would be so grateful to win this Cuisinart food processor. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.”

Congratulations to the winner and please email us to claim your prize at winedinetv [@] yahoo.com .

This Giveaway is closed. Check back for our new Giveaways.

The Prize
A Cuisinart Mini-Prep Plus 4-cup Food Processor in Brushed Stainless Steel with touchpad controls and 4-cup capacity work bowl.
We love this food processor since it makes life in the kitchen easier. Its value is about $55.

How to Win
To enter the giveaway just leave a comment below telling us:

“What recipe do you wish to make with the food processor?”

Do you plan to make a fresh pesto or mix up a simple salad dressing? Just let us know what you like to do in the comments section below. You can enter multiple ideas to increase your chance to win.

 

Terms & Conditions

We will select 1 winner from those entered to this contest. You must be over 18 years of age and a US resident to win. Contest ends Monday, January 9, 2012 at 11:59pm Pacific Time. The winner will be chosen randomly and announced Tuesday at 10am so you can get this mixer soon!
This prize is sponsored by WineDineDaily and was not sponsored or donated to us.

Happy New Year! For a recipe idea on what you can do with your new processor check out our video

 

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  1. says: Zita Keeley

    I want to make whatever I can in this food processor! Moving and need a new and great gadget. Love Cuisinart

  2. says: Vicki Sarris

    Can’t wait to discover ways to make delicious dips for chips or veggies or just about anything.

  3. says: Brielle Brenner

    I would make my favorite vegan meatball recipe with brown rice lentils onions etc etc. and maybe even use it to pulse some dough to make a baguette for the side of my italian dish. I would like a larger processor because i havent been able to make dough efficiently without one!

  4. says: Dee O'Horan

    I will make a wonder Hollandaise sauce in the blender to sever on a Sunday Morning Brunch of Eggs Benedict. With a slice of fresh ham a egg poached and tomato slices and greens on the side. Served up with Fresh Orange Slush made in a blender

  5. says: Bradley Cooper

    I’ve had the same food processor since the early 90’s. It’s on its last legs.
    One of the unique things I use a food processor for is to make a thick paste out of a variety of rehydrated chiles to go into my signature chili. Of course, it gets used for a ton of other things too.

  6. says: Christine

    I enjoy trying new things. I love making Salsa both sweet and spicy and then canning. I also love making relishes, jams, and savory chutney to share with my friends and neighbors. I would love this prize.

  7. says: Leslie Gimble

    I would love to use this for helping prepare vegetarian country pate.
    I would also appreciate its size for making salad dressings, hummus,
    spinach dip, veggie empanada fixins etc.

  8. says: Cheryl W.

    Bourbon balls! My father in law’s new girlfriend made us this incredible Christmas goody tray, this year. On that tray was these wonderful Bourbon balls. I have never tried them before, but they were delicious. I asked how she made them and she gave me the recipe, but it required a food processor, which I don’t have. I am dying to make these, so I would be so grateful to win this Cuisinart food processor. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  9. says: Marie Payton

    I love to use small Cuisinart to chop garlic for any number of dishes – keeps the smell away from my hands!

  10. says: Ladislav

    1 Canned Smoked Trout from TJ; 1 onion; 2 TJs pickles; 1 medium size tomato; salt and pepper to taste; you can add some mayo or yogurt if desired. Served on slice of bread or with crackers.

  11. says: Carmen Benz

    After destroying my blender while trying to make pumpkin soup, I would use the food processor to make fresh pumpkin soup.

  12. says: Isaac

    What recipe do you wish to make with the food processor?
    Sauces, Salsas, spreads. Perfect size for these dishes.

  13. When I tried to make truffles again, my assistant, a wonderful cook who gave me the cookbook we were testing, was surprised I didn’t have a food processor. So if I won, I’d try that recipe again.

  14. says: Alicia @ HealthyHomemade

    I’d have to say Homemade Larabars. I test recipes in small batches so this would be perfect! Right now I’m loving my Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies. 🙂

  15. says: Jennifer

    I am looking for just this item to help incorporate the Baja sea salt we have with home-grown, dried herbs. It’s a wonderful mix for gifts or everyday cooking. A little “bam” of this mix in any recipe gives each dish a boost.

  16. says: Ragen Jauregui

    I would like to make a homemade salsa or sauces for pasta! I have never had one so the possibilities are endless!!!!

  17. says: Wendy Tuttle

    Oh I love to make sauces. And I have a great vegan chili recipe that requires 1/3 of the chili to be put through a processor.
    REALLY REALLY need a new processor! My Cuisinart Food Processor was a wedding gift back in 1984.

  18. says: Keith Gill

    I would like to try making my cilantro,almond,jalapeno chicken rub with diced mango topping. If I could save time on this appetizer I would be smiling all the way through the rest of the meal preparations

  19. says: Keith Gill

    I would like to try making my cilantro,almond,jalapeno chicken rub with diced mango topping. If I could save time on this appetizer I would be smiling all the way through the rest of the meal preparations

  20. says: Gill

    I have tried several recipes for Borscht, but they just have not turned out as good as I have had in Ukraine. I found a new recipe; and this little food processor would be perfect to make this Borscht!! I will be glad to share it when I make it!
    Borscht Recipe: allrecipes.com/recipe/borscht-i/

  21. says: Al Gibson

    I have a larger processor, but would like to use a smaller one for small jobs. Cleaning the large one takes a lot of work. I would like to try make almond butter in this small processor. Should be just the right size for a smaller amount.

  22. So many recipes…my late mother left me a recipe box filled with her favorite Cuisinart recipes (My sister inherited the vintage Cuisinart so I need a Cuisinart to go with the recipes). What recipes? Homemade butter from cream, banana bread, dark chocolate mouse with homemeade whipped cream made with Grand Marnier, potato latkes, homemade peanut butter made from the finest peanuts – the house always smelled like the peanut butter place at L.A.’s Farmer’s Market, dough for making homemade pasta with a hand-cranked machine (always a precarious operation – our four Siamese cats were always trying to get into the kitchen to play with the fettuccine strands drying on the wooden pasta trees…and so many other recipes, all so evocative of my mother and our good times together cooking and baking…

  23. says: Linda S

    Fresh hummus is one of my favorite things to eat, and a small food processor like this one would be perfect to make it in!

  24. says: Brian Duffin

    I would love to win the Cuisinart Mini-Prep Plus food processor for my wife and I. We have only an old model CFP-9A, inherited from her mother years ago, and we lack most attachments. This new smaller unit would be perfect for making vinaigrette and even more especially, pesto sauces, for which the large older unit is simply not suited. Thank you.

  25. says: Shalini

    I would live to make Carb and gluten free power bars with the food processor. They make for a nutritious snack as well as a delicious dessert accompanied by a nice chocolatey red wine.
    I also like making chermolata – a pesto like paste to spread on white fish before grilling.

  26. says: Amy Sterling

    The best pizza dough I ever had was made in a food processor. I have the recipe but don’t have a food processor

  27. says: Ethan Lindquist

    I love to make fresh pesto as well as grind up a bunch of fresh herbs to soak in olive oil to make my own dipping sauces. Delicious!!

  28. says: Amanda

    I’m dying for a small food processor…the first thing I want to try is homemade pasta dough. We used them to make dough at culinary school all the time and I’m ready to give it a shot at home.

  29. says: Aprille Wright

    I live in a 5th wheel and the sized would be small enough to store and it would be perfect for making fresh peanut butter

  30. says: Aprille Wright

    I live in a 5th wheel and the sized would be small enough to store and it would be perfect for making fresh peanut butter.

  31. says: Steve

    Pasta dough, always use a food processor and my old sunbeam died recently., Also I shred my chicken for Chicken Enchiladas in the food processor. Plus a zillion other things!

  32. says: Michael S

    Start with the obvious, pesto, then go to the spinach salad, then a chicken with a blue cheese and pine nut sauce (sauce in the cuisinart)…. the desert is obviously wine so there will be now need for the cuisinart at that point.

  33. says: Linda S

    I’m switching to a healthier diet, which means more fresh produce in my diet. I love making fresh cole slaw, but hand cutting it is a long task. Food processors make this a breeze.

  34. says: Alisa

    My food processor is on its last legs – would love a new one. I’d use it to make red pepper or olive hummus, whch I take to work for a healthy lunch. Thanks for the opportunity!

  35. says: Diana Reeves

    I purée foods all the time to 1) get my kids to eat more vegetables, and 2) to get more flavor out of foods. We love fresh flavors, like gespachos, salsas, relishes.

  36. says: Amy Sterling

    I love potato pancakes but they are such a hassle to make with a hand grater. I’ll grate ome potatoes out of my garden, add a little hand ground flour, sea salt and freshly ground black pepper, then saute in a little olive oil and serve with apple sauce. Yum!

  37. says: Jo Shroyer

    I would use this dandy little device to make pesto or salsa, to start. Many possibilities. I have a bigger Cuisinart food processor, but this would be easier to pull out and use for smaller jobs. Cheers!

  38. says: Wino

    Grilled Salsa… Grill all the Vegetables: Roma Tomatos, Jalapenos, Red Onion
    Put into mini-prep along with garlic, lime juice, cumin, salt, pepper and cilantro. Add a little EVOO, then pulse to desired texture.
    This is really good over grilled meat or fish.

  39. says: Linda S

    Fresh salad dressings are great in a food processor, and a mini like this one would make small batches even easier.

  40. says: Brad Peters

    “What recipe do you wish to make with the food processor?”

    A fig & kalamata olive tapenade a melted brie cheese toast.

  41. says: Brad Peters

    “What recipe do you wish to make with the food processor?”

    A fig & kalamata olive tapenade a melted brie cheese toast.

  42. says: Brad Peters

    “What recipe do you wish to make with the food processor?”

    A fig & kalamata olive tapenade a melted brie cheese toast.

  43. says: Brad Peters

    “What recipe do you wish to make with the food processor?”

    A fig & kalamata olive tapenade a melted brie cheese toast.

  44. says: Brad Peters

    “What recipe do you wish to make with the food processor?”

    A fig & kalamata olive tapenade a melted brie cheese toast.

  45. says: Brad Peters

    “What recipe do you wish to make with the food processor?”

    A fig & kalamata olive tapenade a melted brie cheese toast.