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Apple Celery Root Gratin

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Here it is, the jewel of your holiday table… Apple Celery Root Gratin.

Apple Celery Root Gratin Recipe

The term “gratin” or “au gratin” meaning covered in breadcrumbs, is usually associated with creamy layers of potatoes and cheese with a generous dusting of crisp crumbs on top. This version, meant to dazzle your holiday guests, consists of paper-thin layers of vibrant celery root and perky Honey Crisp apples.

Apples Celery Root
I just adore celery root. When it’s available in the fall and winter, I just can’t get enough of it. It has a pungent celery-like flavor,  without the stringy consistency of the stalks. Celery root has the texture of a turnip or potato, making it perfect for soups, purees and for roasting. Simply peel off the rough exterior and prepare like any other root vegetable.

 Celery Root Recipes

Because of its mild bitter essence, paring celery root with something sweet, like apple, complements the flavor bringing out its best attributes.

KitchenAid Slicer/Shredder

For this Apple Celery Root Gratin Recipe, I wanted to shave the apples and celery root into paper thin slices to bring an elegant quality to this otherwise rustic dish. I could have used a veggie peeler to do this, but just imagine the time it would take to shave 3 large apples and 3 large roots! Fortunately, I was able to fasten my Slicer/Shredder Attachment onto my KitchenAid Stand Mixer and slice them ultra thin in less than a minute.

How To Make Gratin

To further accentuate the apples and celery root, this gratin recipe is layered with spiced cream, shredded Gouda, and topped with crisp bacon and panko bread crumbs. This apple celery root gratin is shear veggie heaven!

Apple Celery Root Gratin

Apple Celery Root Gratin Recipe
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Apple Celery Root Gratin

Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour
Total Time: 1 hour 30 minutes
Here it is, the jewel of your holiday table... Apple Celery Root Gratin.
Servings: 12



  • Place a large skillet over medium-high heat. Once hot, cook 8 strips of bacon until crisp. Remove from skillet and drain on a paper towel-lined plate, reserving the grease. Once cooled, crumble.
  • Place the chopped onion in the hot bacon grease. Saute for 3-5 minutes until softened and slightly browned. Remove the onions from the skillet.
  • Turn the heat off and add the panko to the bacon grease and toss. Set aside.
  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Butter a 9x13-inch baking dish (or LARGE quiche dish) and set aside.
  • Peel the apples and celery root. Using the KitchenAid Slicer/Shredder Attachment, slice the apples and celery root paper-thin. (You could use a veggie peeler to do this.)
  • Place the apples and celery root in a large bowl. Add the onions, cream, salt, pepper, pumpkin pie spice, and shredded gouda to the bowl. Stir well.
  • Pour the mixture into the prepared dish and press to level.
  • Mix the panko and crumbled bacon and sprinkle over the top. Bake for 45-55 minutes—until the top is golden and the edges are bubbling. *If the top starts getting too dark, loosely cover with foil.
  • Allow the gratin to rest for at least 10 minutes before serving.


Serving: 1serving, Calories: 367kcal, Carbohydrates: 27g, Protein: 11g, Fat: 25g, Saturated Fat: 14g, Cholesterol: 79mg, Sodium: 860mg, Potassium: 636mg, Fiber: 4g, Sugar: 9g, Vitamin A: 650IU, Vitamin C: 16mg, Calcium: 239mg, Iron: 1.6mg
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American, French
Author: Sommer Collier

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  131. Oh yum, your celery root gratin looks fab, Sommer. Just now getting to this post since I was on vacation! What would I make with the Kitchenaid attachments? What WOULDN’T I make is a better question!!! Um, let’s see…soup, veggie side dishes, baked goods. And I really do want to try my hand at homemade sausage.

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  289. I am now following KitchenAid on twitter as well!

  290. I am following ASP on Twitter!

  291. I only dream of owning a KitchenAid!! I would make everything I possibly could in it, cakes, brownies, breads, you name it!

  292. Not only did I print this recipe out I shared it on both my FB page and Twitter. It looks delish and will be added to my Turkey Day spread for sure. I would LOVE that beautiful orange Kitchenaid and would make some pretty amazing meatballs with it. Love using my Kitchenaid for mixing meat.

  293. I shared on my Facebook page! Good luck to everyone! Thanks for offering this!

  294. I subscribed via email, my email is sterlingdreams925 at yahoo dot com

  295. I follow ASP on twitter, I am @mommypowers!

  296. I follow ASP on FB! I am “Life’s A Gift” on FB

  297. Follow kitchenaid on FB, I am “Life’s A Gift” on FB!

  298. Follow kitchenaid on twitter, I am @mommypowers!

  299. I would love to make Divinity, just like my Grandmother use to!

  300. I LIKE ASP on Facebook!

  301. I liked Kitchen Aide on Facebook!

  302. I posted this giveaway on my Facebook wall :)

  303. I am following you now by email!

  304. I would start with a New York style cheesecake!

  305. Looking to start my own business and become a stay at home mom. This would be a jumpstart on taking that leap.

  306. I follow KitchenAid on fb & twitter

  307. I would be making something with apples, as I just bought a bunch at the orchard!

  308. I also tweeted the contest

  309. I like ASP on facebook :)

  310. I would love to make banana bread and cookies for the holidays

  311. I follow Kitchen Aid on Twitter

  312. I follow you on twitter

  313. I follow kitchen aid on FB

  314. I follow you on facebook

  315. I would like to make a veggie’s cake

  316. I shared the giveaway info on my FB page. I would have more time for my fam if I use Kithenaid for all the grinding and mixing :) That’s what I would use it for.

  317. I “like” ASP on Facebook and would use the KitchenAid mixer for slicing, mixing, mincing, pasta and all :) (would buy the other attachments).

  318. I “like” KitchenAid” on Facebook and would use the mixer for all holiday baking :)

  319. I follow you on FB

  320. Cookies!!! Lots of cookies! Tis the season. ;)

  321. I follow ASP on Facebook and Twitter.

  322. I follow KitchenAid on Facebook and Twitter.

  323. I’d make pumpkin cheesecake with the KitchenAid mixer

  324. With a new KitchenAid attachments, I would make bread :)

  325. i also tweeted the contest :)

  326. i also liked ASP on facebook :)

  327. i also follow ASP on twitter

  328. I like kitchenaid on facebook :)

  329. i follow kitchenaid on twitter (my twitter handle is JeNycEats)

  330. I would use the new KitchenAid attachments to make my roommates and I healthy foods. I have never had a fruit/veggie strainer so this would be a great addition to our kitchen!

  331. I would make zucchini bread!

  332. I reposted this giveaway on Facebook

  333. I follow you on Twitter

  334. I subscribe

  335. I follow ASP on facebook

  336. I like KA on facebook.

  337. I would love this to make cookies, applesauce and breads

  338. First time, I’d use the attachments for a potato gratin and the rest of the mixer for cookies.

  339. Bread Yum!!!

  340. I follow ASP on Twitter – @ashleybookshelf

  341. I follow ASP on Facebook.

  342. I follow KitchenAid on Twitter – @ashleybookshelf

  343. I follow KitchenAid on Facebook.

  344. I would love to win this mixer! I would probably make some fun Christmas desserts!

  345. What wouldn’t I make? I think I’d use it to do some fruit/veggie smoothies!

  346. Email subscriber.

  347. I would like to make this recipe…sounds good.

  348. I think the better question is what wouldn’t I make with the new mixer!

  349. I’m following A Spicy Perspective on Twitter. (miss_moneymaker)
    Sarahjd766 at yahoo dot com

  350. I’m following KitchenAid on twitter.( Miss_moneymaker)
    I Like KitchenAid on Facebook. (Sarah Scott)
    Sarahjd766 at yahoo dot com

  351. I like you on FB and follow you on Twitter.

  352. I follow Kitchenaid on FB and Twitter!

  353. This looks amazing and is so creative! I’d make a big batch of cookies with a new mixer:-)

  354. I would really love to win this! I’d use it to make so many things like mashed potatoes, cakes, and so much more.
    Please enter me.
    Sarahjd766 at yahoo dot com

  355. Wow!! What a fantastic prize. I would use it to make fresh ground turkey burgers and hamburgers.

  356. subscribe by email ( odessal74ATyahooDOTcom / odessa frey / mommysap )

  357. subscribe RSS ( Odessa Frey / mommysap )

  358. I follow ASP on twitter ( @bocomomma )

  359. I follow ASP on FB ( Odessa Frey )

  360. I follow kitchenaid on Twitter ( @bocomomma )

  361. I follow kitchen aid on FB ( Odessa Frey )

  362. Omg, what wouldn’t I make?!?!? Sausage, incredible layer salads, cakes and cookies from scratch, anything and everything!

  363. I subscribed to your RSS with Goggle Reader.

  364. I follow you on Twitter also as @CowsDontMoo

  365. I follow KitchnAid on Twitter as @CowsDontMoo

  366. I’d start baking more! EVERYTHING! I’d also love to try some more ‘from scratch’ breads. I make most of our bread in my bread machine, but I’d love to try doing it all myself with the KitchenAid Mixer!

  367. like you on FB as Rita Suzanne

  368. like you on twitter as ritaasmom

  369. follow KitchenAid on twitter as ritaasmom

  370. like KitchenAid on FB as Rita Suzanne

  371. What you made looks amazing but I have always wanted to make some sausage so I can control the ingredients.

  372. Subscribe to your blog e-mail.

  373. Subscribe to your RSS feed via Google Reader.

  374. I follow ASP on twitter as bikeohio.

  375. I like ASP on FB as Jay Cee.

  376. I like KitchenAid on FB as Jay Cee.

  377. I follow KitchenAid on twitter as bikeohio.

  378. This KitchenAid Mixer along with its attachments would be ideal for helping with Thanksgiving dinner and then to help make leftovers more interesting!

  379. OK, that is one ugly vegetable. But, I would love to tackle some recipes using celery root with my new Kitchen Aid Mixer!

  380. I follow @KitchenAidUSA with the twitter handle @cheyanne2163

  381. Would love to make artisan bread and homemade pizza dough with this bad boy! Also would love to try this recipe!

  382. I follow ASP on twitter @jadenruby

  383. I follow kitchenaid on twitter @jadenruby

  384. I follow ASP on facebook (celeste c swan)

  385. I follow Kitchenaid on Facebook – Celeste C Swan

  386. I tweeted! No idea how to link to it though, sorry!

  387. I follow KitchenAid on twitter (whatmegansmakng)

  388. I follow you on twitter (@whatmegansmakng)

  389. There is a potato, celery root, gruyere gratin I would LOVE to make using this kitchenaid attachment!

  390. I would love to make a cole slaw with the attachments. Boy your recipe sounds great–you can’t beat anything with bacon in it! :)

  391. the first thing I’d make with my new mixer and accessory is Apple Celery Root Gratin!

  392. I follow ASP on Facebook as Melissa T-agentnerdy

  393. I like Kitchen Aid on Facebook as Melissa T-agentnerdy

  394. I follow Kitchen Aid on Twitter as @abitnerdy

  395. cakes, cake pops, cupcakes, cookie, bread and i’d love to try my hand at home made pasta. :)

  396. I follow you on Twitter (@DMBastian)

  397. I follow you on Facebook (same name)

  398. Following ASP on Twitter.

  399. I follow Kitchen Aid on Facebook

  400. Following ASP on Facebook.

  401. I follow Kitchen Aid on Twitter (@DMBastian)

  402. I think just making some fresher and more homemade foods would be easier with the Kitchen Aid Mixer and attachments. Thanks for the giveaway!

  403. Following KitchenAid on Twitter.

  404. Following KitchenAid on Facebook.

  405. I follow Kitchen aid on twitter

  406. I subscribed to your email.

  407. I didnt realize was supposed to separate the entries so going to now

    I am now following ASP on twitter

  408. With my NEW KitchenAid Attachments, I’d make my own ground turkey with fresh turkey breast, homemade coleslaw.

  409. I tweeted @chocolatemoosey

  410. I subscribed to email feed : )

  411. I already like and follow KitchenAid on both FB and twitter.

  412. Coleslaw. I don’t have a food processor so I have to grate cabbage by hand. Halfway through I just start chopping lol thanks for the giveaway!

  413. I would call off my engagement and marry the mixer instead!
    But not really because then who would be my taste tester?
    The first thing I make would be some Hershey Bar Icing! (or maybe I would use Snickers or some peanut butter Twix bars instead)
    Easy as can be, and you know I would east it right out of the beautiful mixing bowl ;)

  414. I am now a fan/like ASP on Facebook and follow ASP on twitter

  415. I am a fan of Kitchen Aid and Follow them on twitter also : )

  416. Amazing giveaway thank you for this chance to win!! I can think of so many things I would love to make I would shred cabbage for coleslaw . Really I could use this for so many things.

  417. Hey I really hope I can win this mixer my other one broke today! I hope to be able to make the recipe you included with my new kitchen aid mixer (hint-hint), along with cupcakes. I bake cupcakes and sell them in my neighbor-hood and donate the money towards cancer research. So I hope you pick me. Also if I am lucky enough to win I would like it in hot pick.
    Also I don’t have a website so just please contact me through my email if you can !

    XOXO Jillian

  418. I subscribe via email

    mbdunn75 at yahoo dot com

  419. I like you on Facebook MBD1975 and my business page OOPSY Designs

  420. I follow yo on Twitter @OOPSY_

  421. I follow Kitchen Aid on Twitter @OOPSY_

  422. I follow you on Pinterest (OOPSY_) even though this isn’t an entry requirement, I pinned the recipe I want to try with my new mixer on “Beautiful Yum Yums” board on my Pinterest!

  423. I would like to make homemade bread and cakes for my family.

  424. I follow Kitchen Aid on Twitter: @OOPSY_

  425. I am going to try this recipe right here from your “desserts” section: http://aspicyperspective.com/2011/10/pumpkin-spice-cake-with-maple-frosting.html

    Pumpkin, for fall, is my favorite ingredient and I am very eager to taste this maple frosting, too. I’m going to LOVE baking with my new Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer! I’d probably pick chrome color, or white.

  426. Follow KitchenAid on Twitter. (mellanhead)

  427. Follow KitchenAid on Facebook (jeannine drenchek-scavo)

  428. Following @SpicyPerspectiv on twitter

  429. I would make a apple pie for the very first thing

  430. Following @kitchenaid on twitter

  431. I’m a confirmed email subscriber

  432. I subscribe via RSS (Google Reader)

  433. I Follow ASP on Twitter.

  434. I could certainly use it for making pizza dough!

    following you and KA on twitter.

  435. p.s. – I’m following KitchenAid on Twitter and Facebook, and I also follow you on Twitter too. Plus, I shared the link on Twitter.

  436. I Follow ASP on Facebook

  437. I’d kill for a KitchenAid stand mixer! If and when I get one, first things first, I’ll have to make my favorite cookies – Lumberjacks (chewy molasses-spice cookies).

  438. I Follow KitchenAid on Twitter.

  439. What a great prize! I’ve shared it on twitter and facebook, and tweeted the message. With the great shredder attachment i would make my homemade curried coleslaw, and with this mixer would make it so easy. Think id like it in red!

  440. I Follow KitchenAid on Facebook

  441. It would come in handy to make 7 minute frosting, grind my own turkey sausage for breakfast, grind my own beef for burgers, slice potatoes for gratins and homemade potato chips and i would invest in a dough hook for bread making :)

  442. Bread

  443. Subcribed to emails

  444. I follow you on twitter. (@mclanek)

  445. I follow KitchenAid on facebook and twitter. (@mclanek)

  446. Posted about the giveaway on facebook!

  447. I would make the yummiest quiche ever. I’d beat the eggs in the mixer for extra fluffiness and use the shredder for cheese. If I were adventurous, I could even make my own sausage mixture to add in.

  448. Already follow you on Twitter!

  449. Already follow KitchenAid on Twitter.

  450. I would use the attachments to make this awesome veggie lasagna recipe my friend gave me!

  451. Posted on twitter about giveaway!

  452. Liked kitchenaid on facebook

  453. Liked a spicy perspectiVe on facebook

  454. Followed spicyperspective on twitter!

  455. I follow by email.

  456. LOTS of bread.

  457. Followed KitchenAid on Twitter

  458. follow you on twitter @huffychic

  459. like you on facebook Tara Huff

  460. like KitchenAid on facebook
    Tara Huff

  461. follow KitchenAid on twitter @huffychic

  462. I would love to make this recipe! I’ve never cooked with celery root.

  463. I suscribe to ASP by RSS as well. I am a true fan of A Spicy Perspective.

  464. I subscribe to ASP by email. And I really want to win that Kitchen Aid with attachments.

  465. I suscribe ASP on facebook

  466. I would LOVE to try the attached gratin!!! I adore celery root!!!!

  467. I tweeted but am not sure how to link it to my post! @momtodanielle

  468. I Subscribe by RSS and Email.

  469. cheesy potato gratin!

  470. I follow ASP on Facebook and Twitter @momtodanielle

  471. And I like you on Facebook!

  472. I like KitchenAid on Facebook

  473. I would make THIS dish! It looks INCREDIBLE (and so classy for guests!)

  474. I would grind chicken for egg rolls and slice veggies. Thanks for this giveaway!

  475. I love that Holiday dishes are already surfacing. This looks awesome. I’d use another mixer for all my Holiday cookies. :)

  476. My my, I think I would make this apple/celery root dish! Looks delicious!

  477. I would love this! The grocery store in our town will not grind chicken and I would love to be able to do at home.

  478. I follow Kitchen Aid on facebook and twitter @momtodanielle

  479. confirmed email subscriber courtneyssweets[at]hotmail.com

  480. I like and follow ASP on twitter and facebook courtneyssweets – courtney i l

  481. I like and follow kitchenaid on twitter and facebook courtneyssweets – courtney i l

  482. I’ve always wanted to grind my own meat – great giveaway! :)

  483. I would use this mixer to make some of the dishes my mom made us growing up – my little mixer I have now just can’t cut it sometimes! Thanks for the recipe too!

  484. I just joined! I’ve been wanting to try the different attachments. This apple gratin sounds delish! Would also like to grind my own chicken for chicken and apple burgers.

  485. I also subscribe to ASP via RSS. Yum!

  486. I love making cookies! Chocolate chip, peanut butter and lots more, especially since the holiday season is coming!

  487. I love making cookies! Chocolate chip, peanut butter and lots more, especially since the holiday season is coming!

  488. I would love to make homemade bread for my kids.

  489. I’m a fan on FB

  490. Folllow on FB Kitchenaid

  491. I follow ASP on twitter

  492. I follow KitchenAid on twitter

  493. I’d make meringue cookies with the Kitchenaid mixer

  494. The Apple Celery Root Gratin will be on my Thanksgiving table for sure. I also would like to make Nut Roll just like my mother used to — by grinding my own walnuts. She always said that the everything is fresher when you grind things yourself —

  495. I follow Kitchenaid on Facebook!

  496. I would make my moms favorite cake!

  497. I am following following you on Twitter for a while. Delicious dish, love the pics.

  498. I have subscribed to your RSS feed:)

  499. I am following you on Twitter as @Bibberche.

  500. I have been following KitchenAid on Twitter for a while now. (as @Bibberche)

  501. You come by email.

  502. Four loaves of banana bread.

  503. I’d make the Apple Celery Root Gratin – and then I’d go wild – bread, cakes.cookies, muffins, meats, and much, much more!!

  504. A grinder attachment? Heaven! I have so many recipes for homemade sausages that I would love to make! BTW, I am visiting my parents in Serbia and celery root is everywhere! We always use it in soups, but I am searching for new ideas – this gratin looks divine:)

  505. I follow Kitchenaid

  506. I follow you on twitter

  507. I’d make sausage!

  508. morton’s carrot cake! i love kitchenaid!

  509. I would love these attachments, I had a KA Artisan with every conceivable attachment, but lost it in my last move (seriously, honey…the most important thing in my kitchen…he gets the Bosch machine but leaves the KA mixer >.<) and just haven't been able to afford another one. I used it most often to make carrot cake and zucchini bread, my dad has a fabulous garden and I always end up with so many of both I don't know what to do with them. The shredding attachment makes it SO easy. Aw man, I miss it so hard.

  510. Sent your tweet :)

  511. I follow ASP on twitter :)

  512. I follow KA on twitter :)

  513. I love your recipe! What a fresh take on gratin. I so love my KitchenAid Slicer and the monkeys have a blast with it as well. Now that is one snappy giveaway darlin’, I would have to go with a shiny red model if I won ;D

  514. Aleady follow ASP on FB !!!

  515. Already follow KA on facebbok !!!

  516. Cakes , cookies , pizza dough and more ;)… all my daughter’s favorites !!!!

  517. I love kitchenaids but I don’t have one yet! Here’s to hoping. I want to make a pound cake with it.

  518. I like ASP on FB

  519. I like KitchenAid on FB

  520. I would make a TON of thing with this mixer! All my healthified recipes!!

  521. Oh, would I love to win this – have always wanted to make my own sausage – #2 son would be fighting me for it. Here’s keeping my fingers crossed.

  522. Since I am retired and would never be able to afford this Kitchen Aid mixer, winning this would be a dream come true. Using it for baking and meal preparation would be such an adventure and cheaper when food is prepared from scratch. We use a lot of venison and venison burger that would be better prepared at home. Also, veggies for baking and casseroles would be so much simpler with this great appliance. It would take too long to talk about the many uses for it, so let’s just say, “It would be an appliance that would be used every day at my house.”

  523. I am in culinary school right now and with the holidays coming up, I would love to make lots of goodies for friends and family.

  524. Since I’m retired and can’t afford to buy one, this Kitchen Aid with attachments is a dream for me. Using it for baking and meal preparations would be the greatest adventure ever. There are so many foods and dishes that are better prepared from scratch and cheaper when done at home. This mixer would be an indespensable tool in my kitchen and a space saver as well since I could send other prep appliances to the yard sales.

  525. Holidays are coming! Anything and everything.

  526. I simply do not cook with celery root often enough. This gratin is beautiful and the bacon definitely takes it to a “must make” level.

  527. I’m so thrilled that you’re featuring celery root. It is a too often overlooked vegetable and I adore it. As for this mixer, it’s such a gorgeous color. I would make 85% of my Thanksgiving recipes in it!

  528. I would making everything with it!

  529. Wow, this recipe looks amazing! I’ve never tried cooking with celery root but have wanted to for a long time – this would be the first thing I’d do with the mixer!

  530. Holy moly! I’m almost afraid to enter this give away cuz I’ll be pacing the halls waiting to see if I win. ;}
    I would most def be grinding my own meat, I havn’t bought ground meat in ages. Also grains if it allows for that.

  531. I would totally shred big bricks of cheese with this!!

  532. I LOVE that color! I would like to make homemade pizza dough with the mixer and this recipe! It looks so fall-ish!! :)

  533. What wouldn’t I make with this Kitchen-aid and it’s wonderful attachments? OK. I would start with this recipe and then progress to chocolate zucchini cake. The options are endless!

  534. I follow Kitchen-Aid on Twitter!

  535. I would make a dessert – cookies, brownies or a cake. Love this giveaway!

  536. Just stumbled upon your blog this week and I LOVE it! Hope you don’t mind; I stole one of your pictures and posted it along with a link to your blog, here –> http://fordsbigbluehouse.blogspot.com/2011/10/follow-friday-four-great-blogs.html

    Love, your newest follower :)

  537. Id love to make some rice paper rolls with the shredded veggies..awesome giveaway! :)

  538. Just liked Kitchen Aid on Facebook. Lots of wonderful recipes there!

  539. I’d use the grinder attachment to make sausage from the Nilgai or white tail deer our friends sometimes give us from their abundance when they score big on a hunt in South Texas. With the slicer, I’d slice a big casserole dish full of potatoes for scalloped potatoes and then top them with the cheese I shredded with shredder attachment. After that we’d I’d start on some cookies–made with steel cut oats and the delicious homemade applesauce I made with the fruit strainer attachment. Yum! My husband and I have nine children and we do a lot of cooking!

  540. I would love to win. And honestly this recipe has me drooling, I’d probably make it. Yummy!

  541. I would love to make some squash soup with the mixer!! What an awesome present to ME!!!

  542. I will be shredding vegetables and grinding meat to make a nice lasagna.

  543. I shared on twitter Win this fabulous @KitchenAidUSA Mixer AND Attachment Pack on @SpicyPerspectiv http://aspicyperspective.com/?p=7816 Worth $525! #giveaway #recipe

  544. I also follow ASP on twitter!!

  545. I will make red velvet cake!!

  546. I have ALWAYS wanted a Kitchen Aide – the question isn’t what would I make with it…the question is what wouldn’t I make! I would find a way to incorporate it into 90% of my kitchen preparations. Heck…I might even cook more! PLUS – I would LOVE to have it for mixing up my Chocolate Stout Raspberry cake!! (It would be a lot LESS messy than my hand mixer!)

  547. I’ve posted your contest on Twitter!

  548. I’ve been making lots of cakes using seasonal produce from local farms. Boy howdy would I love to slice fruit for compote and whip up buttercream with one machine! My own Kitchen-Aid is on its last legs but I love it too much to take it out back and shoot it :(

  549. I’d make macarons!

  550. There’s an endless list of things I’d use this for! Freshly shredded cheese for lasagna and all of my favorite cookie recipes that I love to bake now, just minus the mess that comes with using my hand mixer.

  551. We just tweeted this awesome giveaway! @cakeseverywhere

  552. I would definitely use the grinder to try making my own sausages from scratch

  553. WOW! What a great giveaway! I would love to work on my sweet potato casserole or string bean casserole. Or create great new items in the Kitchen Aid set!!!

  554. I tweeted about your contest!

  555. I tweeted your giveaway

  556. I follow you on Facebook!

  557. I follow you on twitter.

  558. I think I would probably make carrot cake with the mixer and shredder attachment :)

  559. Hi Sommer, My mom’s KitchenAid mixer broke recently — after 40 or so years of use! If I won, I would give it to her. Hopefully she would bake my kids the German Chocolate Cake they’ve been asking me to make!

  560. I would make gratins or casseroles! Yumyum! What a great giveaway!

  561. I would use the mixer and attachments to make my Mom’s recipe for divinity with walnuts!

  562. I like KitchenAid on Facebook.

  563. Subscribed to your RSS

  564. I like you on Facebook

  565. Also, I followed KitchenaidUSA on Twitter…

  566. Just last week I was borrowing a friend’s kitchen to bake a cake for my stepson’s birthday. I was hand-mixing the buttercreme and really giving myself an upper arm workout when my friend came home and said “you know, I have a mixer.”

    Of course, it was just a little hand-beater, NOTHING LIKE the fabulous Kitchenaid. Birthdays are over for the year so I’d use it just as you have. Because this recipe has my stomach roaring.

  567. Liked APS on facebook

  568. Follow kitchenaid on twitter

  569. I subscribe to your RSS feed! :)

  570. Have followed ASP on Facebook and on Twitter.

  571. I shared this on Facebook

  572. Entering again, as I liked you on FB! :)

  573. Have followed KitchenAid on Facebook and Twitter.

  574. Follow Kitchenaid on facebook

  575. This dish looks delicious! I’ve never worked with celery root before but with those attachments I’d be willing to give it a try. What an awesome giveaway!

  576. I would like to make lots of purees for babyfood, for when I have a baby! (soon I hope!)

  577. I have liked ASP on Facebook.

  578. Follow on twitter

  579. I subscribed to ASP via RSS feed

  580. I have liked KitchenAid on FB.

  581. I’d make bialys :) Something you really can’t get anywhere but NYC: http://smittenkitchen.com/2009/03/bialys/

  582. I shared the link on Facebook.

  583. Following Kitchenaid and A spicy Perspective on Facebook and Twitter.

    Awesome Giveaway.

  584. This recipe is a delicious and this giveaway is AMAZING, thank you! I would definitely try making some sausages with these attachments! :)

  585. Wow Sommer! This is every girls dream giveaway – next to diamonds and private jets of course. ;) What I would make? What wouldn’t I make. Ok I guess I do have to say something….I’d make my gourmet marshmallows with this KA beauty!! My kids start begging for them as soon as the weather turns cool.

  586. I follow KitchenAid on Facebook.

  587. I follow ASP on Facebook.

  588. I have never had a mixer let alone any attachments. I’d name it Sommer.

  589. And now I follow KitchenAid on FB too.

  590. I follow KitchenAid on twitter too!

  591. What a fabulous giveaway! Everyone dreams of those gadgets in their kitchen. I’d love to win :-)

  592. Liked you on FB

  593. Liked KitchenAid

  594. I would totally make cookies.

  595. WOW!!!! Bet I could use that mixer and grinder to turn those goose breasts into burgers! My husband has been bugging me to do this all summer.

  596. Subscribe to ASP via RSS feed.

  597. Following ASP on twittering under @loveebri

  598. Following KitchenAidUSA under @loveebri

  599. I know this has nothing to do with the attachments, but I would be excited about hands-free mixing!

  600. Follow SP on Facebook (Mari Doug) and/or Twitter.(LuckyDuckyToo)

  601. Follow KitchenAid on Facebook (Mari Doug) and/or Twitter.(LuckyDuckyToo)

  602. I’m an email subscriber.

  603. I’ve wanted to make my own pasta for years, so I’d use it for that :)

  604. Oh, this is the best give away ever. I would love to receive it and for sure, I would use it to make this celery root recipie. It looks wonderful.

  605. I’d make pasta.

  606. I’d make pasta.

  607. I subscribe to ASP’s RSS feed. Love it!

  608. I shared this link on Twitter.

  609. I Followed ASP on Twitter.

  610. I Liked ASP on Facebook.

  611. I followed KitchenAid on Twitter.

  612. I Liked KitchenAid on Facebook.

  613. I have been dying to make my own sausage for ages, but grinders are typically out of my price range. Thanks for this fabulous opportunity!

  614. I have never heard of celery root. I definitely want to make this recipie and I would LOVE to make the slices thin with that new Kitchen Aid set.

  615. I’m subscribing to your newsletter!

  616. I subscribed to your newsletter, by email. :)

  617. I shared your giveaway, on my Twitter account!

  618. I shared this giveaway, on my Facebook page!

  619. I follow ASP on Twitter now!

  620. I follow ASP on Facebook. :)

  621. I also follow KitchenAid on Twitter too!

  622. I follow KitchenAid on Facebook. :)

  623. I would love to use it for making a yummy Carrot Cake. It’s my grandmother’s recipe, and is SO amazing! All the extra attachments would make it a lot easier to make. Thanks for offering this GREAT giveaway!

  624. Hi Sommer! What wouldn’t I make with a KitchenAid stand mixer?!? Basically everything that causes my weak-sauce hand mixer to start smoking! Breads, cakes, sticky buns, cookies, cheesecake, whipped cream…and, of course, apple celery root gratin! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  625. I would love to add this mixer to my kitchen tools for many different recipes! I can think of one meal in particular that the mixer would be of great assistance, shrimp boulettes served white beans and parbroiled rice. What a wonderful help the mixer and attachments would be in grinding the vegetables, pulsating the shrimp, and blending the mixture so that the flavors are thoroughly united to produce a wonderful ball of essence. Served up with some flavorful white beans and rice, the shrimp boulettes would be a much easier meal to prepare for my family and friends with the KitchenAid stand mixer!

  626. I subscribe by email.

  627. Apple cake.

  628. I love this giveaway! I’ve wanted a mixer for a long time now, but haven’t convinced myself that I should spend the money on one. I could use it this weekend. I’m making 5 Loaves of Bread (Kneading and Kneading…)

  629. A vanilla birthday cake sounds yummy to make with this great mixer!

  630. I subscribe to ASP blog newsletter email too :)

  631. I retweeted this Kitchenaid giveaway via @serene_streams

  632. I follow ASP on Twitter

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  634. I would love to make homemade chocolate chip cookies! :)

  635. I am already a subscriber to your blog…and i think it is great :)

  636. Oh wow! what a giveaway!! I would use my new attachments to make a zucchini bread :D

  637. You and me, we’re facebook friends too.

  638. I’m a fan of KitchenAid on facebook.

  639. the first thing I would make would probably be potato latkes. The attachment sure would make things easier.

  640. subscribed via rss

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  642. shared the giveaway on facebook!

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  645. i liked asp on facebook!

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  647. my family likes hashbrown casserole for thanksgiving dinner (in addition to other potato dishes, too! :) )..but i’d love to try and make this by shredding my own potatoes!

  648. I also follow Kitchenaid on facebook

  649. I follow ASP on twitter @nick_klaus

  650. I follow ASP on facebook Nick Klaus Muellerleile

  651. I make an excellent baileys/timtams cheesecake, but I need a mixer.

  652. I liked KitchenAid on FB.

  653. I would absolutely LOVE this! I bake. And I mean a TON. This bad boy would be put to use to make all sorts of delicious cakes and cupcakes. And also maybe some bread. Yum.

  654. I subscribed to your email.

  655. I follow ASP on FB and twitter.

  656. I follow KitchenAid on FB and twitter.

  657. The very first thing I would make is a new york style cheesecake!

  658. I like ASP on FB!

  659. I would like to make applesauce!

  660. I follow KA on FB!

  661. of course i mean KITCHENAID!! its too late :)

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  667. I’ve always wanted to try making my own sausage, but I’ll have to give that celery root a try too!

  668. i will make potato pancakes. and regular pancakes. and pancakes with carrots in them and oatmeal cookies. i also like kitchenmaid on facebook & twitter. and ASP on facebook and twitter. im subscribing by email as well :0)

  669. What a great recipe! I don’t have that attachment, but I’m thinking I need one!

  670. I’d love to make homemade hashbrown casserole, homemade jalapeno sausage and thinly sliced homemade potato chips and sweet potato chips! :-) creedamy [at] yahoo [dot] com

  671. I look at the mixer with the grinder and all I can think about is making different types of sausages!!! Growing up, we had the metal grinder attached to the kitchen table that we kids would take turns with as my parents stuffed the casings with sausage. Thank you for bring back that memory!!

  672. Everything!!!! I have been dreaming of this mixer for years but havent been able to afford it.

  673. The gratin looks great! I never have combined apple and celery root together in a gratin. Can’t wait to try it.

  674. Shared on this giveaway on my facebook too! :)

  675. Would totally make this recipe with my new grinder! sounds amazing!

  676. Following Kitchenaid on Facebook now!

  677. I tweeted the giveaway link

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