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Women S Double Breasted Blazer A New Day Cream S Ivory
Add a smarter finish top your casual or formal wardrobe with this Double Breasted Blazer from A New Day™. In a neutral color this long-sleeve blazer is crafted from lightweight fabric with soft lining that allows you to move through your day with ease. It features a classic silhouette with beautifully notched lapels and bound interior seams to define the classic shape. Plus the front button down and front pockets add functional flair to your look. Wear over a tucked-in tee or a button-down shirt along with jeans or trousers to amp up your tailored style. Color: Cream. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Rayon.
PeaTee: How I've missed hashbrowns. There are no Waffle Houses in our area and that was usually where I got my hashbrown fix. They make them buttery and crisp... just some of the best in the business.In fact, I had nearly forgotten about hashbrowns until a friend mentioned that they were making some, and when I asked how, she pointed me to the OXO Potato Ricer.IT IS SO EASY to do. (slap-hand-to-forehead) You clean your potato. You grate your potato while the pan is heating --with butter or light olive oil. You use the ricer to squeeze out all the excess moisture. You scoop the potato shreds out and then spread in the pan (with or without onions). Season and cook until crispy and golden.I couldn't be happier. In the last two days I've made hashbrowns 4 times. The Oxo ricer has been easy to hand clean, and in general I've had no problem. I will note though that there are no side holes which means that some of the fluid accumulates above the plunger. I also don't think that it would necessarily come as clean by putting it in the dishwasher.Pam T~mom/chief bottle washer and cook
P. Gillis: Are you tired of lumpy mashed potatoes? Look no further. This little baby will take your potato and squirt it out in 143 streams of creamy mashed potatoes. Solid construction, but boil the potatoes before you stick them in the ricer.
Phil in Baltimore "Baltimore's Best Home Chef...: I only wish that the handles were about three inches longer for easier use. The ricer is very well made, as are most OXO Good Grips products and it works perfectly. A few more inches in handle length would make this device perfect and earn it 5 stars.
Pipigurl: This OXO potato ricer makes great mashed potatoes. Silky and smooth. I use it whenever I don't feel like having chunky mashed potatoes for dinner, otherwise I use the regular masher. At first I thought this was one of those gadgets that eventually gathers dust in the kitchen but I was wrong. It's very easy to use and easy to clean. You know those tools that are nice and functional but you end up not using because they are a pain to clean? Well, this potato ricer isn't one of them. I find it even easier to clean than my potato masher. I have the Oneida with an inch-thick nylon head and the potatoes get stuck in between the grids. Anyway, the plate on this ricer containing the holes aren't thick (not thin, either) so food doesn't get stuck in the holes like what usually happens in a garlic press. Just flush with running water and everything comes out. It has a smooth, one-piece construction. I've never had a problem with the handles bending, either. I always cut my potatoes up before boiling them so the pieces fit in the ricer much better than a whole potato would.I haven't used this ricer yet for other things but one reviewer said he uses it to squeeze out water from frozen spinach. I think that's a good idea. I will also use it for bananas for banana bread. Bananas are easy to mash with a fork but if you have to mash 20 then it takes time. I will also use it for baby food in the future when I have babies.
R. Collom: This product works great. I have never been able to make hashbrowns, now I can. I don't even need to use oil in the pan. I dump hashbrown "puck" directly out of the ricer and cook it right up. The shape is just right. I have not tried to make potatoe pancakes yet, but I am looking forward to that too.