+
Cookware

Storing food processor blades... what do you do?

sonicflood | Dec 25, 201408:41 AM     19

I've got a Cuisinart DFP-14BCN 14c FP and now have 5 discs and a chopping blade to store. All of the Cusinart storage options are limited to 3 disc blades.

Someone in their marketing department must be asleep. If they made a storage option that held 6-8 discs (or more) and 2 blades, then they would have people who are completists feeling compelled to fill every slot, thus selling more accessories... LOL

Given that Cuisinart doesn't provide a single option that will hold all of my current accessories, I pose the questions to you, my fellow Chowhounds... how are you storing your accessories? I've considered buying a Rubbermaid container but thought I'd see what other solutions some of you had come up with first.

Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

More from Chowhound

BBQ 101: How to Grill for Beginners
Guides

BBQ 101: How to Grill for Beginners

by Greg Stegeman | The weather is getting nicer, Memorial Day is on the horizon, and summer is right around the corner...

The Best Grills, BBQ Tools, and Grill Accessories
Guides

The Best Grills, BBQ Tools, and Grill Accessories

by Jen Wheeler | If you're in the market for a new grill, grill brush, or basically any other BBQ tool, grill accessory...

A Comprehensive Guide to Barbecue Sauce Across the Country
Guides

A Comprehensive Guide to Barbecue Sauce Across the Country

by Greg Stegeman | Barbecue sauce is a blanket term that doesn't necessarily do justice to all the regional styles of...

Battle of the BBQ: Where Can You Find the Best in the South?
Guides

Battle of the BBQ: Where Can You Find the Best in the South?

by Joey Skladany | As a self-proclaimed sauce connoisseur and fan of barbecue varieties specifically, I was more than...

See what's new!

View latest discussions ›

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.