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S. WIlliams: As a mashed potato connoisseur I will attest that nothing produces smoother or more fluffy mashed potatoes than a ricer. So I'm devoted to this kitchen tool and haven't found a better, or easier to use, model than this OXO Good Grips version, and I've tried quite a few, including a far more expensive Williams and Sonoma model.At this point I've had several--the downside is they don't last forever--but I always get two to three years, with very frequent use and dishwashing before needing to replace. (The stem usually eventually bends or breaks after lots and lots of use.) For the modest cost, I think that's a fair amount of use.The hopper is large, but not so big it overfills and the mechanism simple, straightforward and easy to grasp, even if you have smaller hands. I can comfortably, and relatively quickly, mash up to 10 lb. worth of potatoes for a Thanksgiving meal using this device.One of the best perks of a ricer is that you don't need to peel your potatoes before you mash them. Simply put the cooked potato in the hopper and squeeze and out comes the fluffy "riced" potato while the potato skins are left inside and easily scraped into the garbage disposal.A true must have tool for mashed potato fans. I wouldn't be without it!
Tamie Pick "tamie": I bought this in 2006 and it still works great and makes the best potatoes. I never use the mixer anymore! Also I use this little gem on juicing my pomegranites for jelly! It is great. Put about 1/2 to 3/4 cups seeds in and squish then discard the pulp. I love it!
Telstar: This is a great item. The best possible mashed potatoes without peeling! This is high in quality and function. It handles dishwashing with ease. Most highly recommended.
the Peripatetic Gardener: The consistency of potatoes 'mashed' with this ricer is smooth - perfect. The clean up is easy in the dishwasher, and it's easy to use [even for us little old ladies].To those who had problems forcing the potatoes through the ricer, may I suggest cooking your potatoes a little longer - they need to be softer. And for an especially easy time, just use baked potatoes - you get more flavor, softer potatoes to squeeze through, and less clean up!
T. Webb Martin: Always wanted one of these. This one works fine. Mashed potatos came out perfectly at Thanksgiving. Easy clean-up, I just put it in the dishwasher. I will use this alot.