All-Clad Food Mill
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To create this innovative stainless-steel food mill, All-Clad worked with professional chefs to develop a super-efficient tool that helps home chefs prepare a range of recipes. It purées and strains ingredients at the same time, producing a perfectly smooth, uniform texture. Three stainless-steel discs create fine, medium and course consistencies.
- Ideal for processing everything from cooked fruit and vegetables to homemade soup.
- Designed to work with 8"–12" diam. pots, pans and work bowls.
- When crank is turned, the rotating blade pushes foods through a sieve, leaving unwanted fibers, seeds and skins behind.
- Ergonomic ball on the handle spins as you turn it, ensuring a comfortable grip.
- Dishwasher safe.
- Dimensions & More Info
- Includes 3 stainless-steel discs:
- Coarse (5mm).
- Medium (3mm).
- Fine (2mm).
- 16 1/4" x 7 1/2" x 8 1/2" high.
- 7-cup cap.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
- Dishwasher safe.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by MarcS from Poor Quality Control I really don't think this product lives up to All-Clad's reputation for quality. Overall, it must be pointed out that it is a great product. Very well designed. But just a few annoying manufacturing defects that should not have shipped at this price point. In the videos WS posted on YouTube, the blade just snaps right on. Mine just didn't go on. I had to bend part of it with pliers in order for it to fit in, which worked, but I worry that I may regret doing so later if the piece breaks. Also, on one of the three screens when I turn the mill, the scraping sound is constant, which means it is operating correctly, that the turning part is making contact with the screen, which is necessary. But on two of them, the sound is intermittent, which I believe is a problem. If this were a cheap discount store piece, this would be fine, but it does not belong in WS with the AC label. I wrote details more but had to delete for there is a 1000 character limit????Date published: 2013-08-21Rated 3 out of 5 by ATXBARB from Scraper broke on first use Overall was easy to assemble and use except for the scraper. The metal clip broke while trying to put it on the bottom. Even without the scraper I have used this several times in the past couple of weeks and overall love the results - except that I have to manually scrape the food off the bottom of the mill. I will see if Williams Sonoma or All Clad can replace this part.Date published: 2013-05-28Rated 5 out of 5 by UncleBuck from Great Product This is the first food mill I have owned. I have used to make mashed potatoes and to puree fruit. I initially found it a little tricky to assemble but after a time or two it became a snap. Much better then a food processor for certain jobs. I would purchase again and recommend to others.Date published: 2013-01-29Rated 5 out of 5 by Komorski from Great Quality Contrary to other reviews, the spring loading mechanism is not difficult to assemble. Prepared strawberry jam and the consistency was perfect. Easy to use and wash. Glad to have spent a little more for it.Date published: 2013-01-07Rated 5 out of 5 by SwimGirl from Highly Recommended - WIll last a long tiem I have been "eyeing" this All Clad food mill for a long long time but as much as I love All Clad and WS I did not feel like spending $150 for it. However, I was lucky to purchase it recently at a high end departnment store whose regular price is $99.99 and after another discount - boy did I get a bargain. I ve used it several times and I am totally impressed. I will definitely recommend this to my friends.Date published: 2012-12-02Rated 3 out of 5 by Patsycakes from Not Up to All-Clad Standards I was surprised how difficult it was to assemble (scraper), and had to request help from my engineer husband, who was not impressed with the overall quality. He said: The manufacturing quality of the shaft end and scraper were poor: (1) The scraper ends that were to be inserted in shaft holes were distorted (out of square) resulting in an oversize out-of-square peg trying to go into a round hole. (A small file was used to address that, but the spring clip got in the way.) (2) The shaft holes had burrs. (3) The grater surface was curved rather than flat where the scraper moves, making it difficult to get the scraper aligned properly in relation to the shaft holes. To address these problems, I (1) deburred the shaft holes with an oversize drill bit, (2) found a position where the grater was most flat and selected that as the scraper position, and (3) held the scraper firmly with a plumber's pliers so that I could force the mis-sized square peg into the round hole.Date published: 2012-11-25Rated 5 out of 5 by MakinItReal from Wish I bought this years ago! Decided to try making grape jam for the first & almost last time. Geeze! Prepwork alone is hours. Looked online and found several food mills, this one stood out. Today, we breezed through the prep work & put up 24 half-pints in the time it took to do 6 the day before. I love the handle, no wrist/hand pain/fatigue at all. Husband said, "Bet you wished you had that years ago." Tomorrow we're doing tomatoes.Date published: 2012-08-01Rated 4 out of 5 by kittyb from Heirloom Food Mill I purchased recently during a customer appreciation sale. I have to agree with previous reviews that the price was a bit high in comparison to others available. I liked the fact it was stainless, had a large handle that is quite comfortable to use and that it had extending arms that prevent the food mill from slipping. I also agree that the clip on the bottom that is there to sweep the food from the bottom should be far easier to take on and off. I did see a salesperson in the store using without the clip, the only thing is then you have to use a spatula to remove the food that collects on the bottom. You definitely should watch the video on the W-S website as it shows you how to put together and funny, the clip on that food mill was much simpler to put on and take off. Curious why they would put a piece on this product that should make it easier to use, yet difficult to assemble! Still didn't put me off of purchasing the Mercedes of Food Mills.Date published: 2012-07-30