Many of my fellow Thermomix bloggers have been posting stellar articles on Thermomix and Thermomix recipes lately.
Here are some links to follow for some great reads, great recipes, and great reviews. Especially helpful if you’re thinking of buying a Thermomix and want that extra bit of info to allow yourself to buy one.
Subsequent to the launch of the Cuisinart Soup Maker in the USA (where Thermomix is not currently sold), this exhaustively researched and eloquently written article conclusively compares the Cuisinart Soup Maker with the Thermomix TM31. ThermomixBlogger Helene has not only prepared a chart comparing the features of the Thermomix TM31 with the Soup Maker, she has eloquently (if with a certain justified and justifiable bias) shown us how “Thermomix’s hidden value lies in something that is greater than the sum of its parts.” Helene’s conclusion had me near tears: “Thermomix owners are passionate about their machines because regardless of the individual skill level of each user, this machine becomes an ally in the kitchen. It’s this sum that is greater than the total of its parts. And it’s this nebulous aspect that is probably the Thermomix’s most important feature – the secret pocket where its true value is held. How can anything compete with that?”
A great post, written from the heart but with an excellently presented unbiased comparison of two machines. Whether you already own (and love) a Thermomix or if you’re thinking about buying one, don’t miss this article!
On Quirky Cooking:
An absolute gold mine for those with food allergies or intolerances, Jo Whitton’s “Quirky Cooking” regularly publishes well written and tested recipes which can make eating a pleasure instead of a chore. Jo’s Gluten Free Pizza Base looks like “the real thing” and surely tastes brilliant. I am lucky enough not to have allergies or intolerances but I will be using her recipe the next time I make pizza – the sooner the better!
Thanks to both these blogs for their copyrighted photos and images.
Bon appétit !