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    Jamie Oliver Philips Home Cooker with Cutting Tower discount price from Harvey Norman.

    I don't know how this compares with things like Thermomix or Kogan's Thermoblend, any reviews would be greatly appreciated, or if any of the companies are reading this feel free to send me one to review I'm still chopping things by hand! On the Phillips website it lists the Jamie Oliver Philips Home Cooker with Cutting Tower with a RRP of $529.95, Philips - Jamie Oliver HomeCooker 1500 W Stirrer, Trays Cutting tower - HR1050/90 - Jamie Oliver HomeCooker - Food Preparation - Household products.

    Harvey Norman have it for $299:
    Philips Home Cooker with Cutting Tower - Cookers & Dehydrators | Harvey Norman Australia

    Philips Home Cooker with Cutting Tower HR1050/90 8710103578826










    When you're stretched for time this Philips Home Cooker is the ideal solution. It acts like an extra pair of hands in the kitchen, with amazing technology that cuts and slices in the pan and allows you to walk away while it stirs and maintains a constant temperature. Simple to clean and packed with features, this Home Cooker is the perfect solution to prepare meals quickly and easily..


    Cutting and Slicing

    Save yourself time as the HomeCooker Plus slices, shreds and cuts julienne for you. Simply switch between the five blades to suit which style and thickness you need. The XL feeding tube allows you to use all sorts of ingredients without having to cut food into smaller pieces beforehand. The HomeCooker has two cutting and slicing speeds to cater for both soft and hard ingredients as well as whether you're cutting, slicing or grating.
    Unattended Cooking

    The Philips AutoStir technology is an innovative feature which allows you to walk away from the stove while it continues to cook for you. This appliance has the ability to fry, steam, boil, melt and simmer depending on what dish you're cooking. The Perfect Temp technology also helps you choose the best temperature for your meal, ranging between 40 – 250C. The timer can count down from up to 99 minutes and will signal you once it's finished. This amazing technology can even prevent your food from burning or over cooking by automatically shutting down once the timer goes off.
    Features

    You have the ability to start or stop the stirrer at any time during the process. The majority of the parts are dishwasher safe including the blades, feeding tube, tray, pan and lids for easy cleaning. The Philips HomeCooker also comes with a Jamie Oliver recipe book for new cooking ideas.


    Sadly no reviews on the Harvey Norman website, I'll look for more information and hopefully a Youtube video and review about the Jamie Oliver Philips Home Cooker with Cutting Tower.



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    This one comes with a cookbook, that's one thing up on the Kogan Thermoblend:

    Unpack your HomeCooker with Jamie


    Jamie talks through unpacking the HomeCooker and Cutting Tower, from Philips AutoStir, OptimalTemp and QuickSet timer technology, through to all the fresh meals you can cook with it.

    a few other vids:
    Cooking with Cerys: Philips Jamie Oliver HomeCooker


    Cerys demonstrates how easy it is to prepare a meal with the Philips Jamie Oliver HomeCooker and is very pleased with the results. Well, according to Cerys it smells of custard, and that's always a good thing in her eyes.


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    from the Phillips website:

    • Jamie Oliver HomeCooker

      1500 W, Stirrer, Trays, Cutting tower HR1050/90












    • The HomeCooker allows you to leave during cooking
    • Always the exact temperature you need
    • Timer up to 99 minutes, with ready signal
    • Automatic shut down
    • Cutting and slicing directly into the pan
    • XL feeding tube for all your ingredients


    • Unique combination for perfect end result



    • Pasta insert, steaming basket and tray for different recipes
    • Jamie Oliver recipebook full of variety and inspiration
    • 2 cutting and slicing speeds
    • 5 different discs that slice, shred and cut julienne


    • Dishwasher safe parts for easy cleaning











    The unique combination of automatic stirring, perfect temperature and the QuickSet timer gives you all you need for cooking meals from scratch, even on your busiest day.


    The self-stirring HomeCooker is the perfect solution for a busy home cook. You can select the exact temperature you need, set the timer and the stirring attachment will do all the hard work for you. You can start or turn off the stirrer at any time. The stirrer even prevents your food from burning thanks to the Philips AutoStir technology.


    The appliance is perfect for a wide variety of dishes, from breakfast to dinner. You can melt, simmer, boil, steam and fry. So you can prepare delicious slow cooked dishes like stews, nice meat curries and your own fresh and healthy pasta sauce your children will love. Also homemade soup, fried potatoes or a perfectly cooked risotto and paella are easy to prepare. You can select the exact temperature thanks to the Perfect Temp technology (between 40-250 C), set the timer on the control panel and turn on the stirring attachment and the HomeCooker will do all the hard work for you.


    With the QuickSet timer you can set the exact time easily. The timer can count down and can count up in seconds, up to 99 minutes. When the time is done, the HomeCooker will give you several times a beep signal.


    Together with the HomeCooker you will get the extra accessories; pasta insert, steaming basket and tray. These accessories will give you even more variety in your cooking so you can make a lot of different recipes.


    Jamie Oliver wrote delicious recipes especially for the HomeCooker recipebook, which is full of variety and inspiration. Try out these tasty and delicious recipes yourself! Find even more Jamie Oliver HomeCooker recipes online via Country Selector.


    When the time you set is done, the HomeCooker will automatically shut down. The temperature will go down and helps to prevent your food from burning and overcooking.


    With the Cutting tower you can cut and slice directly in the pan. It comes with 5 different cutting blades that enable 2 sizes of slicing (thick and thin), 2 sizes of shredding (medium and coarse) and cutting julienne. Also can be used as a stand alone saladmaker.


    You can choose which speed you need for your cutting, depending on the dish or recipe you are making. For cutting julienne use speed 1 and for slicing and grating use speed 1 for soft ingredients like mushrooms and speed 2 for hard ingredients like carrots and salami.


    The steaming basket, tray, pasta insert, pan, stirrer and lid are all dishwasher safe for easy cleaning. You can also put the cutting blades, cutting chamber, feeding tube and pusher in the dishwasher for easy cleaning.


    The Cutting tower comes with 5 different cutting discs that enable 2 sizes of slicing (thick and thin), 2 sizes of shredding (medium and coarse) and cutting julienne.


    The XL feeding tube (76 x 50 mm) allows you to use all kinds of ingredients, without cutting it in small pieces before putting it in the feeding tube.







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    this puts another one into the mix, I'd love a Thermoix but they're very expensive, this really looks just like a slow cooker and they're a lot cheaper than this.
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