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Women S All Day Fleece Sweatshirt A New Day Rust S Orange
Kick back in comfy style in the breezy weather with the All-Day Fleece Sweatshirt from A New Day™. Fashioned in a versatile solid hue this long-sleeve pullover sweatshirt has long sleeves with dropped shoulders and a crew neckline and it’s accented with top-stitched detailing on the back yoke and sleeves to give your fall fashion game a cool touch of flair. The solid pullover is crafted from soft fleece fabric to keep you cozy and comfy all day and its laid-back look is balanced by the classic ribbed accents on the neck and sleeve cuffs for a refined twist. Pair it with jeans and sneakers for a prefect off-duty ensemble. Color: Orange. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Cotton.
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.
MT Nester: This is my first experience with a pressure cooker so I don't have much of a frame of reference. What I can tell you is that I can get artichokes on the table in about 25 minutes which puts them in the realm of a weekday menu item. That alone would earn this 4 stars, but I suspect that any pressure cooker could do that and you're probably looking for some indication that makes the Rikon a better choice than the competition. Again - I have no frame of reference since this is my first PC. I find it easy to use. Its quiet. The lid is a little fiddly to fasten, and the washing instructions are puzzling - why can't I wash the lid? I feel lucky to be able to have this unit and for me it works perfectly.
Opinion Mommie "Opinion Mommie": When my old pressure cooker broke, I thought I'd treat myself and get an expensive one. Steam is steam though, so I wasn't really sure how one could be much better than another, except for maybe added safety features or something, but nevertheless, I splurged because I like expensive and pretty things in my kitchen. I'm a gourmet cook and use the pressure cooker a lot. It just came in the mail today. I immediately notified Amazon I would be returning it. I couldn't BELIEVE how cleap it looked when I opened the box. I cook a lot, and buy TOP OF THE LINE EVERYTHING and this was nowhere near the top of ANY line. I'm not making it up, just being honest. The stainless is very thin, and the plastic handles are cheap looking and seem flimsy, like if you set it down in your granite sink too rough, the handles could easily break. The lid design is no better than a standard $30 Presto pressure cooker's lid, therefore there are no real added safety features. I've cooked with pressure cookers for about 20 years. I'm not afraid of them in the least no matter what design, but for those who don't know what they're doing, thought I'd point out the lack of additional safety features. The thing that just blew me away was how lightweight and just cheap it was. $189 for this, no way. Save your money.