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Women S Plus Size Blazer A New Day Green 1X
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. Size: 1X. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Linen.
Madelon Lewis: I used to cook with a pressure cooker that my mother had given me and I loved the time saved using it. Somehow in one of my many moves, it disappeared. After considerable research, I chose the Kuhn Rikon Duromatic Pressure Cooker Set. It is a beautiful set of pans that work very well. My only hesitation in recommending this purchase to someone else is the expense. I think the cooking results could be obtained with other pressure cookers. I must admit I was swayed by the brand reputation. The fact is that it is still just a pressure cooker underneath its beautiful looks. As long as you know that ahead of time, go ahead.
Matthew R.: I am very pleased with this product. It is well engineered and cooks perfectly. My only complaint is that hand cleaning the lid can be a little difficult. But I'm not sure if there is a better "dishwasher safe" way to design the lid. So, I can't really hold this against them. I highly recommend this pressure cooker.
Melody Lacy: I am shocked at how much my boyfriend spent on this pot! This pressure cooker is beautiful and really REALLY heavily built yet the user's manual says this cooker is not dishwasher safe! Not even any part of it! I find it hard to trust this Kuhn Rikon pot with steam under pressure when it can't be washed in the dishwasher! My mothers old Presto pressure cooker was always washed in the dishwasher, and my daughter, who is still using it to cook for her family, is dishwashing it nearly daily to this day. I'm going to ask my boyfriend to send this Kuhn Rikon back and buy a Presto pressure cooker. He'll spend a fraction of the money and get a multi-generational classic. Maybe the Kuhn Rikon is just a level of "fancy" above my interest.
Michael J. Markowitz "consumer": yet another kitchen item we now can't imagine living without. this model is easy to use and clean. the pan is as heavy as our 18/10 Cuisinart pots, while the top is made of lighter stuff. it's nice that the gasket and valves are replaceable (though it looks like they'll last a long time); i'd definitely recommend this model over the ones with a long handle: as easy (or easier) to lift and carry between stove and sink and much easier to store; the manual pressure release valve can be safely operated with a bare finger as the steam vents around the conical baffle... and it's easy to control, so i don't see any the advantage to the slightly more expensive "top" dial model.
M. K. Blue: Several years ago, I took a class on pressure cooking and this was the cooker that the class focused on. I had never used a pressure cooker before and had heard nothing but horror stories. After the class, I purchased the 5-liter cooker and have been quite happy with it for nearly 10 years. I am a vegetarian and, even though I am single, I like to cook up beans every other week. That way I can have a nice selection available in my freezer during the week. With this cooker, I can cook up several different varieties in just a couple of hours. I have cooked a fairly wide variety of dishes with this cooker and I have never, ever had so much as a blip of a problem.This cooker is so easy to use, it is just about self-explanatory. There are markings on the inside so that you can easily avoid over-filling it. The little guide that comes with the cooker has helpful little charts. The only addition to this package that I would make would be a much more in depth cook book focusing on pressure cooking. Lorna Sass' books are excellent.