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Women S Blazer A New Day Green L
Add a smart tailored finish to your outfits with this Green Women's Blazer from A New Day™. This long-sleeve blazer is a great layering piece in your formal or casual wardrobe. Designed with notched lapels and a single button closure for a classic silhouette it layers stylishly over a range of looks. The breathable fabric with taffeta lining offers comfortable wear while the practical front pockets add functional style. Wear over a tucked-in tee with jeans for a stylish smart-casual look or with wide-leg trousers for a dressier twist. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Linen.
Marie: It cooks quick and is easy to clean. I have had several pressure cookers over many years and this one rates up there with the best.
Marilyn L. Beach "Deck Momma": The so-called "cooking times" seem short and very fast, but they don't take into account the time it takes to build up the pressure, which is often longer than the actual stated cooking times. For example, to cook potatoes the time is given as 8 minutes, but it takes 10 minutes to build up the full pressure before you're to start timing, so it's really 18 minutes. Plan accordingly. It's even worse for recipes done in parts where you cool it down to add a second step or things that would over cook if added at the beginning - then you have to build to pressure twice.The cooking rack at the botton is nice, but no easy way to extract it when it's hot, or thicken gravy, so you have to empty it, reclaim the juice, thicken that, and add back the main dish and stir on low heat.Since you can't fill the thing more than half way or three fourths to the top (for safety) I sort of wish I got the 8 quart one so a entire cut up chicken and vegetables wouldn't be pushing the limit.Still, it's easy to clean up and use.
Mark Robertson: Sturdy, well made, now has a heat-difusing plate on the bottom. You need a good arm to lift this cooker whether it's full or empty as there's a lot of steel there. Ours has lasted for years now. Yes they're outsourced from Wisconsin to China - but someone is staying on top of the process and this is still a good product.
Mary: I have not used this yet, but other than that...the quality of the cooker is awesome---not cheap!All I need to do is just learn to use the pressure part of it...I will most likely need to get a cook book for pressure cooking.I actually bought this for two reasons--to cook meals quicker and using less electricity.Hopefully I can come back to post how the pressure part works.
matt benedict: Full size thick heat disk on bottom for even heat distribution, heat retention (for searing) and efficiency. Easy to use. Nice straight up sides (easy clean up, no scorching, and even heat from disk rather than heat caught going up around sides), well constructed and handles can be re-tightened. Handles don't get hot. Capacity lines are a part of the steel so they won't rub off, and aren't indented or stamped (many come with no lines or cheaply printed lines). The most dishwasher safe pressure cooker I've looked into (though I don't have a DW and wouldn't bother to use one). The fairly wide base was not too wide, and worked fine for cooking a single serving of rice (1/2 cup dry rice). I feel totally safe using it with all it's safety features.Though it's not billed as a quick release PC or commonly reviewed as one; you can fairly safely lift the weight off with a silicon mit (safer I dare say than I've seen some that are considered quick release). I'd even dare to do it bare handed as the metal under it is hot (don't touch), but the plastic part of it hasn't gotten too hot to touch. I have the fingers of a professional cook and have touched the metal part w/o getting burned, but it is freaking hot. It's not like the handles get too hot to carry it to the sink anyway (if it's available).No electric / computer parts to fail and leave you with a pile of junk (this should last a lifetime aside from some affordable replacement parts like gasket and safety plug). Higher pressure than electric models. No toxic Teflon or shady/ reactive aluminum. Not dependent on electricity or any particular heat source: you could use candles, camp fire, solar, induction, etc.I like that I can hear how it's doing from my living room without it making annoying sounds. If it's clanking: I know to turn the heat down.Any improvements that could be made to it I think would be personal preferences; like some might contend that the handle is too long restricting storage space.