Worth Every Penny”
by Mrs Jennings
The Kenwood Chef Titanium is a very impressive appliance - so much more than just a food mixer - it has exceeded all my expectations. It's a robust, quality machine and will tackle anything I want to do in the kitchen. It has revolutionised my breadmaking; the resulting loaves have been my best yet. The included accessories, food processor and liquidiser, are also good quality and easy to use. I am pleased I got the model with a timer, I wasn't sure I needed it but use it constantly, it counts up and down. The Kenwood is handsome and stylish, so looks good in on my kitchen worktop.
Published 15 07 2013
EXCELLENT, KENWOOD AT ITS BEST”
I previously had to return two Prospero machines as faulty so decided to upgrade to the Kenwood Chef Titanium with timer. Much more expensive but oh my goodness, what a fantastic machine, I used it yesterday for the first time and it made my cake making so much quicker and sponge lighter.If you are thinking of purchasing this gorgeous machine, don't hesitate it is fantastic. The customer service received from Lakeland both in the Canterbury store and online were excellent. I love Lakeland and wouldnt purchase my Kenwood from anywhere else as I know I have piece of mind should anything go wrong
Published 25 03 2013
could not live with out it”
I Brought the kenwood cooking chef from london shop . its great . it cooks just set the timer and leave it makes great bread dough +cakes +biscuits .and the juicer is fanastic also pasta rollers so easy to use. it makes great pasta in no time .makes great chocolate mousses. i like the ice cream maker is great it taste so much better than shop the best is the potato peeler makes life so easy worth every penny
Published 23 07 2012
We bought this and I have used it most days for the past 6 months. The dough hook effortlessly makes bread, which was such a pleasant surprise. Meringues are simple, cakes easy peasy! Scones in a jiffy. Splashguard is an excellent idea. Food processor brilliant. Smoothies with the liquidiser. The Kenwood Titanium sits proudly on my worktop. I love it!
Published 13 02 2012
Like the other lady, I've been longing for a Kenwood Titanium for 18 months, watching a demo in a shop and looking longingly at it in my Lakeland catalogue. My husband bought it for my 60th. All I can say is the wait was worth it. I was like a child with a new toy. My 30 yr old Kenwood food processor was giving up the ghost, now I have the "King" of all replacements. Never will I buy pizza again. The flexi beater does what it says, gets right round the edges, so no scraping with a spatula. I love it, love it, love it!
Published 11 11 2011
Replacement Food Mixer”
by Jennifer DAVIS
I last bought a Kenwood in 1972 and reluctantly replaced it last year as it was getting past its best. Love the new one all the attachments can go in the dishwasher. The grandchildren think is magic and we have made some super cakes.
Published 02 05 2011
After years of using my mothers old Kenwood Chef which I inherited my husband suggested I should invest in a new one........ the old one is still going strong though, It is so impressive, with its processor attachment and everything else, blender of course the beaters are as efficient as ever, nothing makes meringues like a Kenwood. I am so pleased with this machine, it sits next to my Magimix 5200 and makes me confident I could turn out anything as well as the TV chefs.
Published 12 04 2011
Love it - only have one grumble with it”
by Leona King
My chef arrived yesterday, took it to work with me and kids and I had a ball trying out all the attachments. I love my new chef and I think my kitchen is going to be a hive of activity over the next few days while I'm off work.
Published 31 12 2010
I bought the Kenwood around 18 months ago and to be honest had coveted it for around 12 months before. I was reluctant to pay so much for a kitchen gadet but eventually gave in - that was the best thing I did. I don't use it everyday but regularly bake cakes and because the Kenwood makes it so easy I can now bake during the week. I can now whip up pretty much any meal, cake or biscuit with the minimum impact in terms of time. My current favourites are making pizza dough (you'll never buy a take away pizza again!), bread making and a fab parkin cake. It's definitely not a cheap gadget but after this long most of my other 'toys' have been relegated to the back of the cupboards while this one sits proudly on the worksurface and is used at least one a week. Love it!
Published 23 12 2010