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Hue Studio Women S Super Soft Joggers With Pockets Olive L G
You don't need to sacrifice style for comfort with HUE Studio Super Soft French Terry Jogger. They really are super soft and stretchy for the ultimate in comfort. Featuring a hi-rise elastic waist with drawstring and front pockets for all your essentials. These will be your favorite WFH bottoms you'll want more than one! Color: Olive. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Polyester.
C. I. Elien "Charms": Great sturdy design!! The handle is well made, soft on the hands, good non-slip grip but yet durable. The heavy duty stainless steel designed wire mesh does every job perfect.Charms
D. Archer "deb": This is a perfect size for mashing potatoes in my deep ancient bowl. The handle is long enough to keep my hands out of the mash, and short enough to concentrate the force. The wiggles easily cut through the potatoes, but are close enough to each other that I can move them around as with a spoon. My potatoes come out beautifully every time.
David Mathews: My last masher (from a respected and pricey brand name) couldn't take the pressure-literally! One day I'm just mashing up a batch of potatoes and *snap" it's time for the trash bin. That's why I bought this masher from OXO.This one is a solid, heavy-gauge steel wire that goes all the way up into the sturdy handle. I'm not sure I could break it if I tried! Works great at mashing (just as good as one with square or circle holes), and the large grip makes it easy to hold even if you get a little butter on your hands (trust me, I have done it).
Dennis A. Widman: I am so happy to have this larger, wider handle grip on this potato masher. Our old masher had a thin handle and was tiring to use. The wider grip makes mashing potatoes easy to do without any strain.
Desiree C: Sturdy metal potato smasher, which gets used by us for everything but mashing potatoes. We use this metal potato masher for breaking down ground beef, ground turkey and sausage for things like spaghetti sauces and lasagna or any other dish that requires crumbled meat. It is a trick I learned from some show on Food Network, and once I learned this trick, it really made that step in cooking so much easier. Also, we have tried it with plastic potato mashers and it does not work as well. Metal potato smashes for crumbled cooked meat. It just makes sense.