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Women S Lace Longline Bralette Auden Green M
Start any look with a beautiful base layer when you add the Lace Longline Bralette from Auden™ to your intimates collection. This lace bralette features a pullover design with added spandex for an easy stretchy fit that moves with you while the wireless construction makes for a smooth and comfy fit you'll love. Dainty double straps offer a pretty look plus help limit slipping while lightly lined cups offer a lightweight feel and more natural look. Whether you wear it under a hoodie for a day at home or layer under dresses or tanks for a hint of lovely lace you'll feel confident comfortable and ready to take on the day in this longline lace bralette. Color: Green. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Nylon.
Peter Suslock: We've had this incredible machine for years and recently bought this again as a gift for a friend of ours whose been a professional chef for over 30 years.As someone who loves to cook I subscribe to the philosophy that what you prepare is only as good as the ingredients you use and the quality of the cookware you prepare your dishes with.Being extremely skeptical that a Ronco product could even come close to say Cuisinart, Le Crueset,and other high end brands - I had my doubts but bought one at Macys anyway for over $200. One of the best purchases for cooking I've ever made.This Rotisserie out shines and out performs any thing else on the planet - Including the Cuisinart.Your food comes out scrumptious and delicious every time. It's a wonderfully versatile product that can accommodate everything from a 23 pound turkey, multiple chickens, veggies, fish - you name it and it can do it. An easy digital timer makes setting cook time a breeze, the cooking guide per pound which is imprinted on the oven is right on the money and a thoughtful touch when trying to estimate rare, medium, well done etc. The guide makes it effortless.What You Get.* The Fabulous Oven* Split Rod Assembly* Flat Basket - great for burgers, fish, veggies etc.* Loading Base* High Quality Heat Proof Gloves* Elastic Heat Proof and Food Safe Cooking Ties* Heat reflector* Recipe BookThe rotisserie is easy to clean and everything but the oven itself is dishwasher safe. As for our friend who received this oven as a gift - he loves it. It's a wonderful product, built to last, doesn't heat up your kitchen and delivers some of the most delicious foods you've ever had.
QBraly: I've had one for a few years.Chicken is delicious cooked this way.They aren't as well-made as they should be. the plastic on the side broke and I have to put in in place every time I use it.I didn't think cleaning it was that big of a task. I found the top "steamer" more os less useless. And the cord gets hotter than I feel comfortable with. I would never leave it unattended.Furthermore, it doesn't take 2 chcikens unless they're small ones and I really question that a 14 lb turkey would fit.You can't beat it for cooking succulent chicken,so I would probably buy it again.Just know this is NOT a a 5 star appliance.
Rainstorm: The first one I ordered did not work but Amazon sent me another one and we've used it 3 times now and so far it's working great. We cooked a 6 lb. chicken, a couple of steaks, and a pork butt in it. The steaks really didn't turn out that great but the pork and chicken were awesome.
reddogs: I love roast duck but no matter what I've tried I've never able to manage a juicy duck with crispy skin (the best part!!) in the oven. Yesterday I used my Ronco rotisserie for the first time to cook a 7# (Maple Leaf Farms) duck and it was fantastic -- nice and juicy and every inch of skin was crispy. For duck lovers, I rubbed it with paprika, used a very sharp knife to cut slits all over the duck so the fat could drain off (ducks are VERY fatty), put it on the spit, set the rotisserie for 1:45 (7 lbs x 15 min/lb) as recommended and then checked it with a meat thermometer when it shut off. Internal temp was right where it should have been so I brushed on the orange sauce that comes with the duck. let it heat/rotate for another 7 minutes, let it rest for about 10 minutes, and then started carving. Best duck I've ever had at home or in a restaurant!!! (Surprisingly, leftovers brushed with orange sauce and reheated in my convection oven at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes were just as good today as yesterday's meal.) A couple notes. I lined the drip tray and drip cover with aluminum foil and even though a lot of fat had been collected in both, clean-up was a breeze. I sprayed the back reflector shield with Pam as others recommended and it came out scorched and black. Scrubbing it with a scouring pad did next to nothing so I sprayed it with Easy Off heavy-duty oven cleaner, put it in the rotisseries overnight and this morning it wiped clean, good as new! I can't speak yet to the durability of this rotisserie but I highly recommend it to duck lovers everywhere. (Sorry, Donald and Daisy :-)
Robert: I love my rotisserie. I've done turnkey, chicken, and steaks in mine and always comes out great. Just follow the book and you can't go wrong.