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Women S Lightly Lined Strapless Bra Auden Cocoa 32B Brown
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: 32B. Color: Cocoa. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Material: Nylon.
Conspicuous Consumer: My daughter makes big breakfasts for her four young-uns everyday and the bug pancakes are at the top of their requests. She finds the pan easy to use, cooks quickly, no problem with sticking. The bugs are easy to recognize and the pancakes are quickly eaten.Nordic, how about making bug waffle irons?
Crabigail Cassidy "Crabby Abby": I'm not much of a traditional pancake lover, but I grew up loving my grandmother's swedish pancakes topped with ligonberries. Her pancakes were thin and very much like crepes. I use my grandma's recipe and ladle in 1 to 1 1/2 tsps. of batter per indentation on this pan that is already pre-heated. For crisper pancakes, i use melted butter to coat each indentation. When I am watching calories, i use a spray of Pam. The pancakes cook up quickly and they release easily with a long thin spatula that I normally use to frost cakes.My husband likes regular pancakes and uses this pan as well for silver dollar or baby wild bluberry cakes.This pan is nice. It won't warp, cleans up quickly in soap and warm water, and it has a hole at the top of its handle so it can be hung from a wall rack.
csm: I LOVE Nordicware's products and was quite excited when I found this pan marked down at my local giant store. However, don't order this pan thinking that voila! You're going to get up and have a great time making waffles. Not so! This boy takes some serious practice to get them right. The instructions do not say at all if it needs oiled or not and since the finish is nonstick, you cannot spray it with cooking spray or it will peel off. So, my first batch, thinking that it might be the same coating they use for Williams Sonoma, was made without using any nonstick product. Well, I had waffle goo everywhere imaginable and crumbled up waffles. So, I dug it out, cleaned it, and tried again. (The ONLY thing that will clean this too, by the way, is a very soft, non-scratching bottle brush. You just wouldn't believe all the nooks and crannies this guy has!) This time I used butter in the waffle sections before I put in the batter. Guess what? It really works well! They flip out easily and you can actually turn them over without making a messy disaster. The directions indicate that you need to use a plastic fork to flip the waffles and believe me, that's the ONLY thing that works! They really should include that with this product - it would definitely make life easier! Recommend, but be sure you use a good waffle recipe and butter in the compartments!
D. A. Giampa "the bread baker": I was excited about this product and it seemed like such a good idea! I love waffles, but hate the bulk of and inability to easily clean a waffle maker. So this seemed like a perfect compromise. But for me, it just didn't work. I used vegetable oil to grease the pan- not non stick spray since it seems to get "gunky" on non-stick surfaces, and then put my batter in. It scorched quite quickly, even though it was only on medium heat, and then they stuck to the pan when I tried to turn them over to cook the other side. Trying to turn them over was a bit awkward, too. I don't know if my experience was different since we have an electric flat-surface range? Perhaps cooking on a gas stove is different? But I was not happy with how it cooked or the ease of use. I guess I'll have to drag out the wafflemaker...
D. Rosen "honeygirlkitchen.blogspot.com": 9.20.2009 UPDATEI am so surprised that this product only has 3 stars. I use this 2-3 times a month...I make 1 cup of gluten free mix which puts out 28-30 baby waffles...then I freeze them on a baking sheet, once frozen I then bag them. This process of freezing helps them not to stick to each other.Every morning my daughter wakes up saying "waffles, waffles" she's 2. I put 4 in the cold toaster oven set it on broil...ready in2-3 minutes. When I make the batter I add a tablespoon of honey, maple or agave to the batter...gives the waffles a tiny taste of sweetness. They are then ready for munching...I do not add additional syrup...to messy for a 2 year old. She loves them this way.One more thing I no longer oil the waffle pan this makes them browner & crispier...yes only one side gets the toasty color the other side is lightly toasted. For presentation I always lay the dark side up. I love this pan!Original Review:My baby girl loves these little waffles. I think she was getting bored w/pancakes...I use a gluten-free mix from Whole Foods by 365, their delicious...I love them too. Make sure the pan gets nice & hot (otherwise the batter does not get a nice toasty color to it), I lightly oil each little griddle & they come out perfect. Buy some nice maple syrup & organic butter...Yum. Enjoy.