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Sunday, March 9, 2014

Kitchen "Blender" Lynn Cohen


Meet my best MORNING friend, my Ninja Professional! It greets me each morning welcoming me to make my morning smoothie using it's "individual cup". The top comes off and I put on the 16 oz. cup and blade filled with cut up fruits and nuts & non dairy coconut milk (you've seen it on an earlier post of mine) ... But this is the Big Mama. It also has a third bowl attachment with blades that can be used for kneading dough or processing food. I've used it for the latter not the former. No, I do not work for the company, but I would tout this product anytime, as it works so well for me. Granted my OLD blender that was a $20 Hamilton Beach did okay for a smoothie, I like the smaller individual cup with it's own blade and not having to use the whole big blender top for a smoothie, as it's quicker and easier to clean. And the big gal is good for sauces and other foods in greater quantity. And it's a third the price of Vitamix, the monster my DIL tried to convince me to buy!

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Faber-Castell PITT artist pens SX and B
Gelly Roll white 08
Winsor & Newton watercolors

8 comments:

  1. The word Ninja conjures 'I mean business' all by itself Lynn. I reckon the company should use your picture and your recommendations in their advertising. Good job :-)

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    1. Thanks Ann. I have my people contact their people first thing in the morning! ;-))

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  2. I was just getting ready to sign off and seen your blender pop up. Wow, that is a biggie and probably a strong one. Really great job on the sketch. Stands out. :) Awesome! Take care.

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    1. Thanks Gloria! It does have a presence!

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  3. Cool blender! I want accessories with cool names like Ninja, LOL.

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    1. Yes, it has personality of power! Gets things done!

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  4. Great job on the lettering and the measures. Looks like a strong baby!!! How is it at doing margaritas?

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    1. Thanks Joan. Sorry to disappoint, but I'm not a margarita gal. We'll have to ask the others. ;-)

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