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Women S Lightly Lined Strapless Bra Auden Caramel 32C
The Lightly Lined Strapless Bra from Auden™ provides the versatility you need in your intimates — because every outfit has specific undergarment needs so you can go about your day in complete comfort. With lightly lined cups this bra offers the coverage and shaping you need for confident wear while its strapless design lends itself beautifully to strapless blouses tanks or any top with minimal coverage around the neck and shoulders. If you’re looking for a little more support you can always transition this piece to a more classic bra with the included detachable straps and you’ll love the sleek design of a solid color with a plain center gore and underband for simple style that doesn’t intrude on the look and comfort of your everyday outfits. Size: 32C. Color: Caramel. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Nylon.
B. A. Chaney: I bought this ice cream maker last summer and ended up not using it much because of time constraints. This summer however, has been a different story and I have loved making ice cream with it.This machine is so versatile and convenient, you will be using it to make ice cream all the time--for parties, for yourself, anytime. The only effort required from you is making your base mix (custard, sorbet, whatever you want basically) then you put the liquid mix into the cold bowl and turn the machine on. No additional effort is required--until you're ready to turn the machine off and eat 20 minutes later! The machine has a convenient opening on its top so you can add mix ins as your ice cream starts to freeze, or so you can just watch your liquid mix turn from liquid to wonderful ice cream.The only warning I would issue with this machine is that the freezer bowl is pretty big, so if you have a small freezer or one packed with food it may be hard to make space for it. The bowl MUST be frozen for 18-24 hours before use to get a good freeze for your ice cream, so being able to store this bowl in the freezer is critical to getting good results.
Banandee "Brandi L Greback": When i first got my ice cream maker, 3 days ago, I cleaned and put it in the freezer. As sugguested I waited two days before trying it out.I mixed the ingredients for the basic Vanilla (except a few changes: 1c Heavy CR, 1c Light CR, 1/2c soy Milk, 1/2c half & Half, 2tsp vanilla ex, whatever amount of sugar it asked for, and added some green tea powder), and placed it in the fridge for about an hr-hr & a half. After pouring the ingredients in the top I let it go for 25 min. (as suggested instead of 30)and whalaThe ice cream came out deliciously soft serve! I put it in the freezer after eating about a cup and this morning I took another sample. It was a hard icecream on the softer side of the spectrum. Still so good!I can't wait to try another flavor, frozen yogurt, and eventually premium(hard, I'm guessing). If your after a nice automatic ice cream machine, this (so far) has seemed like a great deal for the money (even though it's a little higher then I was hoping to spend).
B. Brewer: This is THE BEST fool proof way of making ice cream. No more messing with salt and ice cubes--this maker has a special bowl that you keep in the freezer that freezes the ingredients (mine is always frozen so whenever I want to make ice cream I can). This machine comes with a pretty thorough booklet with ice cream recipes in it but you can make "frozen ANYTHING" with this maker. Did you know that you could make frozen pudding? The ice cream technique that Cuisinart has perfected of a constant scraping of the sides of the bowl assures that your ice cream is super smooth too. Make as little or as much as over a quart at a time. Great machine! I've had mine for about six years and use it about once a month and it is still as quiet as the day I bought it.
Betsy R.: First let me start by saying I was a little skeptical of ice cream makers. The ones we had when we were kids required dry ice and lots of time, neither of which I have. This is the best though. The ice cream is so good and really easy. I've only had this ice cream maker 4 days and I've already made vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream and peach frozen yogurt and each one is delicious. It makes the perfect amount for a family, not too much so you're sick of it before it's gone or too little. And it's so easy. Basically you just pour the ingredients in while it's mixing and in 30 minutes you have ice cream.
bored99: I bought this from a local retailer since it was the only one in stock, and was so disappointed I returned it. It made sherbet (milk-based) with no problem at all, but I've really been craving sorbet, and the freezer bucket simply wasn't cold enough to do the job--it chilled my mix, but didn't even turn it to slush before it had warmed... at which point I had no choice but to put the bucket back in the freezer for another 9 hours, only to repeat the cycle several times before giving up.