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Men S Printed Regular Fit U Neck Tank Top Goodfellow Co Beig
From starting your day with your cup of coffee to taking a walk around the block bring comfort and style to your warm-weather days with the Standard-Fit U-Neck Tank Top from Goodfellow and Co™. Made from a lightweight and shrink-resistant fabric this men's standard-fit tank top offers you cool comfort all day and you can also layer it under your button-down shirts hoodies or jackets for cozy year-round wear. Cut in a U-neck style and featuring a classic sleeveless design you'll love pairing it with anything from your favorite shorts to jeans or joggers for cool styling. 100percent Satisfaction Guaranteed. Color: Beige. Gender: male. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Landscape. Material: Cotton.
dave j: i bought this over a year ago and finally decided to write a review after having used it. I didn't think it was gonna be a very smart purchase as it seemed to be limited in the uses. well let me be the first to say i was wrong. Making soups and stews are a no brainer, making a modest batch of soup stock in short notice is such a time saver. take the bones and a few root veggies add water, let the cooker come to a pressure and leave for 45 minutes and you have some decent soup base. The same lines as stews, get some cheaper cuts of meats and cube it up, add your standard seasoning and a can of beer let it run for 15 odd minutes turn off the heat and let it come down in pressure by itself and you have one awesome tender meal. yeah, you could make the same thing in a regular pot but when you get the same results in a short time it's a simple answer. why slave in the kitchen when you can be almost a one pot meal. plus these meals are awesome in the fall.
David Bock "javaguy": This is a no-frills pressure cooker. It could be a little bigger, but it does the job very well.When 'boiling' food in a traditional pot, the food cannot exceed 212 degrees F (the temperature at which water boils). Under pressure, the boiling point rises... in this pressure cooker to about 250 degrees F. This means, of course, that food cooks faster (the reason people normally think to buy a pressure cooker), but the higher temperature also allows other 'reactions' to take place while cooking... For instance, the tougher fibers in meat will convert to gelatin, making the meat more tender. As a result, pressure cookers are great for braised dishes with tough meats, such as chili. For these purposes, this pressure cooker rocks.Larger pressure cookers can also be used for canning (because the higher temperatures can kill more bad things. This pressure cooker really is not large enough for this task. If you are not a canner though, compare the prices of this against those larger models... I think you will be back looking at this one.
David Owens: I had purchased a Kuhn-Rikon cooker but it finally failed. I bought this one from Amazon and it works great for one reason: It cannot fail. The old fashioned jiggler weight is fail-proof. Cookers with springs and valves will fail over time-the heat and pressure do damage.My little weight became crusty with water salts, so I bought a new one. No problem.
David Peters: I'm a novice pressure cooker user but this one "just works". Simple to use both for pressure cooking and for sauteeing. I like that it's stainless and that it was cheap!
David S. Zeeman "mastercook": Thin metal burns easily and stains easily and VERY difficult to clean...I should have bought a better quality, much more durable (more expensive) item.Save your money, buy something else. Something of better metal (mettle).david