American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a kind of food processor and its attachments.
“I do love my mixer, although I don't use it all the time, and the Cuisinart is a necessity, for me.”
“First chop off and measure your Inca, put in Cuisinart with flour and salt; pulse.”
“Well, it has come to my attention that the steel blade on my regular-size Cuisinart is about 15 years old and is gumming things to death rather than slicing them in bits.”
“FLATOW: Is there a device that - like a cooking, like a new kind of Cuisinart or something that you would love to have that doesn't exist?”
“But what happens is that all the facts, the few available facts, get put into this kind of Cuisinart, sliced and diced with a heavy dosage of speculation and supposition.”
“Cuisinart claims such filters provide “full-flavored coffee.””
“My Cuisinart DCC-1200 coffeemaker came with a gold tone filter that the manual says is better than a paper filter because it lets more natural oils through.”
“In addition to your Cuisinart DCC-1200, many coffeemakers that use cone-type filters (as opposed to those that are shaped like a cupcake), come with gold/gold-tone/metal permanent filters.”
“Replaced by a hundred or so Cuisinart and Breville one trick ponies that clutter my precious counter, be gone.”
“And do you really want to bring a Cuisinart to that buzzed-about restaurant your friends are dying to try?”
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