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Women S Wide Scoop Neck Bralette Auden Green S
Freshen up your everyday intimates with the Square-Neck Bralette from Auden™. With a classic bralette shape and pullover design this is a perfect layering piece for casual tops and tanks. Composed of a light nylon blend fabric the construction offers a barely there feel for total comfort and you’ll love the sleek design of a square neckline thin over-the-shoulder straps and a plain back. You can find the right fit with the help of adjustable sliders on the straps and an unlined cup rounds out the piece for support that maintains a natural comfortable shape. Color: Green. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
Randolph Steadmiller "Randolph": Only thing that surprised me was that I had to put peas and lintels in a pot, inside of the pot.I bought a 10 dollar pot to fit inside and now I can dal with the best of them.
Retired "Retired, and enjoying my free time. ...: My mother bought me this nearly exact cooker many years ago, and it got lost in a move about 5 years ago. I just now replaced it. I had used my old one for about 7 years and it was fine. No problems with my old one with the stainless steel either.I got this NEW one today, and washed it and peeled about 3-4 lbs potatoes and sliced 3/4 in thick, and added 2 cups water, two tbsp dried onion flakes, pepper, and garlic powder. 16 minutes later, drained the water off and used my handy dandy mixer and had the best creamiest fluffiest mashed potatoes ever. I DON'T KNOW HOW I GOT ALONG WITHOUT IT THESE PAST FIVE YEARS!! I CAN'T WAIT TO USE IT OFTEN!!THE BOTTOM LINE:Inexpensive,functions very well,looks nice,parts easy to order, (Walmart sells parts for it I heard)easy to clean,has two handles,AAA+++ for price and function.eta: I HAVE NOW HAD THIS PRESSURE COOKER FOR ALMOST 6 YEARS, IT IS STILL LIKE NEW, WORKS GREAT, NO PROBLEMS, I USE IT TWO TO THREE TIMES A WEEK. IT WAS AND STILL IS A GREAT COOKER. I COULD NOT GET ALONG WITHOUT IT.
Richard Morse: I've owned this pressure cooker for two months now and it's working like a dream. My first meal was pressure cooked pot roast (from a recipe found on the internet), the best roast I've ever had! Before buying this 6 qt. model I bought thePresto 8-Quart Stainless Steel Pressure Cookerand love it just a bit more than this smaller size. My only criticism is that, unlike my 8 qt., this smaller model does not have a quick-release valve, so the traditional cold water method is necessary (and thus four stars rather than five). While the "jiggler" steam valve is reminiscent of much older models, Presto wisely added an emergency steam release valve--a welcome safety measure! I recommend this model to those for whom quick-release valves rank low in priority.
R. K. Gebhardt: I've owned and used a 4 quart pressure cooker for 38 years and have been delighted that parts are still easy to get for it. So when I decided that I needed increased cooking capacity, I was happy to see that the current models are similar to the one that I bought in 1974.The cooker is pretty much what you need to cook with little more, no basket you might find convenient for jars used for canning. Other models specifically for canning have this. It is, however, well designed for cooking and the design well executed. The handles (there are three) are not attached but are easily assembled using 5 phillips screws. I used some heat resistant anti-seize compound sparingly on the threads. The same as I use on the spark plugs in my car. The handles on my old 4 quart cooker are slightly loose but the screws are hopelessly seized, despite being made from stainless steel.The handle and helper handle on the opposing side is just right for managing it on the range. The low aluminum rack, called a trivet, has not changed at all, it allows the food to sit above the water in the bottom and prevents it from burning. The pressure regulator has changed little and the over-pressure emergency relief plug is the same, except that the poppet valve is now incorporated with the lid pressure interlock. The poppet valve allows steam to escape until the rate is high enough to close the valve and seal the cooker allowing the pressure to begin building. The lid interlock prevents the lid from being opened when the pot is pressurized. This strikes me as a redundant feature since it is almost impossible to open the lid when even it is under even a small amount of pressure, but I guess someone has done it. Consequently, with the safety interlock, closing the lid must be done with a little more care than on my old cooker which did not have it. It just takes a little more attention to alignment. The lid sealing ring is thinner, but is actually easier to grease and install in the lid. Finally, the gauge of the stainless steal is exactly as thick as my older 4 quart cooker although it appears thinner. The sides, lid, and bottom of the older models are uniform thickness and are heavy enough to spread heat evenly. This cooker now has a layer of aluminum to help spread the heat evenly across the bottom of the pot. This layer is clad in stainless steel, so all exposed surfaces, most importantly, the bottom, are stainless steel. The pot and lid are highly polished, but the bar code sticker was a little difficult to get off the side. There are indented markings at the levels of 1/2 and 2/3 capacity which are visible on the inside and outside of the pot, a nice addition.The inside dimensions are 8 1/2 inches in diameter and 6 1/4 inches deep same diameter as my 4 quart and about 2 1/4 inches deeper.I cooked a 15 lbs pumpkin using it an my old 4 quart in parallel (cooking several pots in each cooker) and I'm with happy with the results. Despite the extra complication of the lid interlock it proved easy to operate and the thinner seal seems less likely to leak as sometime happens with the older cooker.While I was a little put off by the lighter-looking gauge metal (actually the same thicknes) and leery of the complication of the lid-interlock, after using it I was very pleased to see that Presto is still maintaining excellence in design and construction of a classic cooking utensil whose basic utility is often overlooked in today's gadget filled kitchen. I can do things with a pressure cooker which cannot be done with a microwave!
Rob C: I bought this pressure cooker to make chili. I've never owned or used a pressure cooker and was a bit nervous when I fired it up for the 1st time. It heat up real quick using a ceramic glass cook top, and I was to able to brown the meat realitively quick. The contruction of this pressure cooker looks very high quality and well made. The only thing I wanna add is be very careful with when to lower the heat and when to move the steam controlling top on the top. You can lower the heat as soon as you see steam coming out of the bottom of steam controlling top, and be very careful not to touch the top until the nipple on the handle drops down, indicating that there's no pressure in the cooker. Good investment!