KitchenAid KN256PS 1-Piece Pouring Shield -Only Fits Bowl-Lift models KV25G and KP26M1X
Fits only models KV25G &KP26M1X .
Fits on top of the bowl to help prevent ingredients from splattering
Note: Please look on the bottom of the mixer for the model number, any other source could provide the wrong model number.
KitchenAid KSM1APC Spiralizer Attachment with Peel, Core & Slice
Reinvent classic dishes with fresh fruits and vegetables
Includes 2 slicing blades, 2 spiralizing blades and a peeling blade
Attaches to the power hub on your stand mixer and uses the power of the motor to operate the attachment
New Metro Design Beater Blade for KitchenAid Tilt-Head Models$13.99 – $30.00
Replacement blade fits all KitchenAid tilt-head mixers regardless of model number
Flexible, high-quality food-grade rubber wing down each side of blade continuously scrapes bowl clean
Also beats, folds, and mixes ingredients; eliminates batter build-up on blade
What folks say
I got two lovely pieces from Bungalow Potter and really love ’em! BP has some really beautiful items–and I really enjoy the website. My mug and bowl in my casa have added some much needed color. LOVE IT!
I Picked up this beautiful little pitcher from Stæven Lewis Frey of Bungalow Potter last week. Oh my word. It has brightened my whole house. Pictures don’t do it justice. So impressed with the weight and quality. It’s beauty blesses me daily. In fact, I wanted one of everything….every piece I saw in Staeven’s studio was purely lovely. Handmade may cost more, but you get what you pay for.
I used to not like pottery. It was pretentious, and not practical. I feel like I’ve discovered pottery all over again–that’s practical, humble, and I can use it every day and not feel like I have to manage a hedge fund to have it either.
I own some pottery from Bungalow Potter! I came upon this business online, now I cant stop purchasing things! It makes such a great unique gift that lasts a lifetime and there are SO many choices too. It is all handmade from beginning to end. The customer service is very personal, straight from the artist himself. He is quick to respond to questions and very friendly.
Being friends with Stæven already, I always was asking for lessons–but couldn’t believe it when I actually had one. It was unbelievable. I had no clue what I was doing, but made pieces out of clay–I’d never thought I could. It was more like therapy–or playing–than work!
I came to make a mug for a birthday, and ended up making three pieces! Stæven made it easy to understand each stage, making everything fun and never overwhelming–walking me through every stage, and letting me express my ideas–helping me get there. AND I love my pieces!Katie W.Katie W.