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Women S All Day Fleece Hooded Sweatshirt A New Day Teal M Bl
Bring cozy style to your cool-weather staples with this Hooded All Day Fleece Sweatshirt from A New Day™. A casual silhouette lends itself to a comfortable fit while an ultra-soft fabric with banded cuffs offers you a nice cozy feel for breezy days and nights. Plus the long-sleeve sweatshirt is designed with a hooded neckline for extra warmth. Just slip into your favorite pair of jeans and cool kicks for a go-to laid-back ensemble. Color: Teal. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Cotton.
S. B. Butler: The blades are hard to remove once they are inserted. The pronged holder is difficult to insert into the vegetable. I find the whole process much more difficult to maneuver than I had anticipated.
SH in Tampa "SPH": I am not going to extoll the virtues of a mandoline. I have a couple and they are very useful. However, the Hoffritz product is poorly constructed.The most important elements of a mandoline are a sharp blade and firm, even cutting surface. The cutting blade used for this item can not be removed for sharpening and it is made of flimsy, cheap steel that could not be sharpened even if it were accessible.In addition, you need a firm surface so that you get even cuts as you push food through the blade. Again, the Hoffritz fails here. The slicing surface "bows" easily, making for uneven slices.You don't have to spend hundreds of dollars to get a good mandoline, but there are far better low cost options that this item.
S. Manthey "spotts": I can't begin to describe how worthwhile a piece of equipment this is. It makes the best little potato shreds for potato pancakes, then, you just switch blades and slice up a little onion for them in the same bowl, which you can then mix the batter in. The bowl component is my number 1 favorite feature of this little guy, but it just plain works really well.
Tracy Rowan "dargelos": I've been through several cheap mandolines, certain that there had to be an alternative to the $100+ models I see in fancy cooks' catalogs. Trust me when I tell you that you're not going to get anything much for $10 except a few nasty cuts and a rusted out blade.Enter the Hoffritz at this fantastic price, and I decided to give it a try. Well I love this slicer! The blade is nicely sharp, the blade holder is well-designed and sturdy, and the inserts for thin, thick, julienne and french fry slices work perfectly. The inclusion of a stainless steel bowl to catch and even store (with the plastic lid) the slices you make is a wonderful addition. In fact the only quibble I have is that the inserts are often hard to push into place, and once in, do not want to be removed. It would be a minor problem if you weren't juggling something with a blade that could easily remove the top part of your finger before you knew what was happening.I recommend this item, but I also recommend caution when working with it.
Viktoria Walker "Eclectically Charged": This is not the most incredible tool I've used in the kitchen -- but it is, without exception, far better than the price would indicate. It does what it is supposed to do, is easy to use and easy to clean. I'm very pleased. I didn't even have to read the directions to figure out how to insert a cutting blade. Great tool!