Yes, I'm eating a microwave dinner at the moment, but that only means I'm in a hurry, not that I'm not a darn good cook and quite experienced in the kitchen. But the All-Star Game comes on in a little while and me missing it in order to make a homecooked meal is out of the question. But generally I'm as enthusiastic about cooking as I am about baseball. And since I seem to be incapable of cooking for just two people and cook instead for an entire team, that's where this **KitchenAid 16-Cup Food Processor** (#KPFP850) comes in. It's a gem. This KitchenAid food processor is not the type to grace your counter and gather dust while you eat out regularly. There are cheaper and flashier versions to act as decoration as opposed to a small kitchen appliance. And, unless you cook in the vast quantities that I do, you'd probably be better off looking at a smaller model. But for me, this is THE ONE. KitchenAid is a premium brand and manufactures a quality product. It is not inexpensive by any means, but entirely worth the expense. The body of the food processor is solid and weighty. The attachments are similarly constructed and sturdy. The buttons and mechanisms are intuitive in nature and designed with safety in mind. I'd buy another KitchenAid if I ever need another food processor, but this one is so well-designed and well-made that I doubt I'll ever need to.