Magimix Le Mini Plus Food Processor

It was in France, in the heart of Burgundy, a region noted for its gastronomy, that Magimix invented the food processor 40 years ago.

Magimix products are designed to make life simpler for the serious cook. Most have their roots in professional products designed for commercial use.

For this reason they work well and are Built Better to Last Longer.

Thanks to Magimix innovations, the most demanding tasks can be accomplished quickly, easily and quietly.

The Magimix Le Mini Plus food processor is the perfect gadget. It's size is ideal for small kitchens and small families, making it easy to store in any cupboard (but why would you want to hide it when it looks so good on your kitchen counter top).

This is in every aspect a multi-purpose machine. It blends, chops, purees, juices and grates. With it's powerful motor, no job is too big. It comes with 2 bowls, one of 600 ml for small amounts and one of 1,7 litres, 2 grating attachments (fine and coarse) and an egg white beater and citrus juicer.

As a proud partner of Amsterdam Flavours, Magimix, in conjuction with us, is a giving away a Le Mini Plus Food Processor. Would you like the chance to win this brilliant machine? It couldn't be easier. Like our Facebook page and share the competition post and you will automatically go through to the draw. Good luck!

The lucky winner is: Rob Smelt!

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Opening Le Creuset

On Tuesday 16th September, we catered the official opening of our partner, Le Creuset's, first branded store in Holland. Press and food bloggers were invited to attend, along with guest of honor, Alain Caron, who also unveiled a new range of pots that will be available from November.

In honour of Le Creuset's French heritage, we decided to serve food with a French flavour. To start, we served Gougeres and toasts with wild mushrooms and Reblochon cheese. For mains we made Boeuf Bourguignon in small Le Creuset pots and to finish, a classic tarte au citron.

You can find the store on the Heiligeweg in Amsterdam.

For more information, please visit Le Creuset.