Lentil Walnut Paté, which tastes amazingly like real goose liver paté. I like this version, but jump right to the recipe if you don’t want to read through a description of her days working in a kitchen next to a guy butchering pigs. https://bojongourmet.com/lentil-walnut-pate/
I had a food processor for about a month and found that it took longer than just using a knife once cleaning time was factored in. Useful if you’re preparing a huge amount of food, but that’s not something that’s ever going to come up for me.
We have three.
One small one that gets used primarily to mix Memphis style BBQ rub and chop Costco three cheese Italian blend into shaker-size pieces.
The large one (a gift) comes out rarely for large projects like making morrow relish to can etc.
The last one (small retired kitchen one that has a blade that’s getting some fracture lines in the base) lives in the shop and gets used to grind up eggshells to use in the gardens.
I was just using mine last night to shred cheese. The top doesn’t lock into the base for easy cleaning and feel onto the floor and broke the clamp to close it right off. I’m hoping I still have time on my warranty left to fix it.