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I am looking for a used Hobart or similar 12 quart unit and will put it in the garage. I have a nice sized pantry, but my nephew has converted it to a bedroom (long story) so the garage it is! I don't think it will be too bad as it will be only for mixing bread dough about three times a week and the weekend pizza dough.

I will get the old KA fixed and use it for the less demanding mixing chores.

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The boy in the pantry? Are you fatten him up for Thangsgiving? ( A gruesome story ), but one that has been told before. Hansel and Greta.
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Old 10-16-2013, 03:41 PM
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This is no ordinary pantry! it is way larger than the bedroom I grew up in.

The only reason that we call it a pantry is that is close to the kitchen and that we originally were going to use it as a pantry (makes sense!)

Including my nephew, I have three teenage boys (plus their friends) and that is why I needed the Hobart!!!!
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Old 10-17-2013, 03:50 AM
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With 3 teenage boys, who needs a mixer, call it training and they won't know the difference, especially if they want the pizzas or breads!
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With 3 teenage boys, who needs a mixer, call it training and they won't know the difference, especially if they want the pizzas or breads!
I don't want to risk hurting their Xbox fingers! Actually they are GREAT kids
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Ask Faith of Virginia, she has several type of mixers.
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Ask Faith of Virginia, she has several type of mixers.
I am just surprised that a couple of years ago when I just got started making bread at home, that there wasn't more mention of using a more "commercial" style mixer for home use.

I thought that maybe it was just that my KA was a little older, but my repair man in SF told me that I was just over working the KA

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