We all know the many ways the food processor helps us accomplish tasks in the kitchen. I have been a fan for a long time. Dough-making captures the muscular power of a food processor, showing how that whirling blade — whizzing around at thousands of revolutions per minute (rpm's) — has the brawn to knead in a flash.
It took me way too many years to figure this out. At first, I used the machine as it was advertised: to cut, grate and purée. Yes, mine was a misspent youth, all those wasted rpm's. But I've come a long way, baby.