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Men S Short Sleeve The Lone Star 1845 Graphic T Shirt Modern
"Flaunt your ""go-it-alone"" spirit by sporting the Lone Star 1845 Short-Sleeve Graphic T-Shirt from Modern Lux. Made from 100percent cotton to offer you all-day comfort this short-sleeve tee makes a great layering piece under your jackets or zip-up hoodies for an option you can wear year-round. Fashioned in a red hue the tee features ""Texas"" written in a bold white at the front that's surrounded by the text ""The Lone Star Established 1845"" with a silhouette of the map of Texas underneath. Pair it with your go-to jeans shorts or joggers to flaunt your love for your home or favorite place to visit. Color: burgundy. Gender: male. Age Group: adult. Pattern: letters."
tldmb: I believe that this works just as well as the far more expensive oyster knives. I am pleased with this purchase.
A. Thompson "Skeptic": Oxo Good Grips makes some interesting kitchen gadgets, but I think this is not one of their finest efforts. Something about the blade - it's flexibility, the serrations, I'm not sure exactly what - make it work less effectively than it should. I got better results with the hard plastic cheapie shrimp tools, although I'm sure this should last longer.Mine got warped in the dishwasher, so I'm trying the Cuisinart next.
Carole: I am a card-carrying shrimpaholic. Before I found this gadget life for me was different. I would cut corners like skip the deveining (yuck, I can't believe I did that!) unless the shrimp or vein was pretty large. Everyone who has ever eaten shrimp knows how tedious shelling is. This little tool is revolutionary. In one small swoop the vein and shell is gone, leaving only the tip of the tail. No kitchen should be without it.
david christofferson: I have two houses and needed a spare for peel and eat shrimp. I have a metal peeler, but OXO glides thru the back and make quick work of several dozen shrimp. Get this one! It's really for foodies and cooks. -David Allen
dentrecords: This works well for cleaning shrimp, as advertised. I've cleaned 6-7 lbs of large shrimp so far and this makes it quick and easy. I don't know why people are so fussy about the construction being plastic - it is far more resilient than a shrimp's shell and should stand up to quite a bit of use unless you abuse it. A metal blade would probably lead to more mangled shrimp so it's just fine. I'm quite satisfied with the item and would have no issues recommending it to anyone.