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Women S Signature Smooth Comfort Bralette Auden Mauve XL Pin
Your everyday intimates get a simply feminine look with the Second Skin Comfort Bralette from Auden™. With a pullover design this is a perfect layering piece for casual tops and tanks. Composed of a light nylon blend this construction offers a barely there feel for total comfort and you’ll love the beautiful elegance of a plunging V-neckline with thin over-the-shoulder straps. You can find the right fit with the help of adjustable sliders on the straps and an unlined cup rounds out the piece for support that maintains a natural comfortable shape. Size: XL. Color: Mauve. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid.
just me: This is the best and only way to really cook a chicken. I have used other's with great results but always had a hard time getting the chicken to rotate without touching. This is the best machine I have ever used, its big enough to put a chicken in without having to use a ton of string to hold everyhing in close to prevent touching the burner or the glass, 0r the floor of the unit. This thing just works everything is well thought out and easy to use. It all comes apart easily to clean and is coated with not stick so you don't have to fight to get everything clean after using. The digital read out is wonderful, it lets you see how much longer you have left without having to figure out where dial is pointing on other models (and often ending up being wrong). I Love it, and I love the way chicken tastes when it comes out. You don't even need to do anything fancy to the chicken before putting it in to cook, just a bit of salt and pepper and you have a great tasting chicken an hour later. With the free shipping its a no brainer, this is just a great deal for a great product.
Kel: This was so great. It was easy to use and the first time I used it my chicken came out tasty and moist. I won't be purchasing the supermarket ready make rotisserie chickens any longer.
Linda Hall "A truck driver": The Rotisserie came with a bent drip pan and the coating wears off REAL fast but I love the way it works. It is true "Set it and forget it". You do need to find your time on it. I cook some things longer than it says and some shorter time but once you get used to it you'll love it.
Michelina: Love gadgets and tools, however as most of us after seeing the infomerical, experience has taught me to question "how oft would I use?, how much space would it take up?, I even question power consumption (my convection oven trips the breaker if shared) and last does it really work? I don't fall for the perfectly manicured ladies enthusiasm.A friend of mine made some venison on his that was outstanding, and after seeing the size of the thing, was I really convinced? Not yet. He did some rotisserie chicken, again fabulous, but still it's large AND it's a PITA to clean- which was my contribution to the tasty treats.Housesitting one weekend, I decided to play. I did some chicken that came out so well, I was roasting everything, I could think of, all with great results. I noted how much, on a very lean london broil, fat was dripping off. Still couldn't justify getting my own.I learned: it's definitely a plan ahead type of endeavor, not if it just occured to you at 1600 and the family needs dinner by 1800.It's very sturdy and considerably heavy, a concern to get it pulled out and ready to go, but also not flimsy. It is a huge footprint on my small counter top and even more when it's operating because....When in use, the WHOLE oven is EXTREMELY hot to the touch and is supposed to be clear of any cabinets. The power cord is very short so this requires some strategy. I can run other appliances and not trip the breaker.Cleanup is a bain because the "non-stick" sticks, AND rubs off with a sponge scoure pad. Tip use non-stick before the food goes on the rods.It is noisy, has a tendency to squeak and you can hear the food adjust as it rotates with a recurring clunk. The squeak is mostly gone with a dab of white grease or veg oil, not a big deal, but in the interest of "full disclosure." Clunking is just the way it is.Food baskets/rib racks and kebab things. IMHO-not worth the effort. I only say this if the price on the bonus pkgs don't warrant my $$. Ribs were easily threaded on the spicket and worked great. I can see potential with the stew pot that fits on top (included) though.Note: Cooking times are over what is needed to get results intended. For a med rare roast 18 min per pound equals well done.Like the oven you won't get uniform doneness on an irregular shape of meat, but unlike the oven you can counter this by how you center the meat on the poles.The heavier the load the harder it is to situate the assembly in the unit, it has gotten wedged a few times falling out of the designated indented postions it rests on. After a few times of loading the food and putting it in, it dropping out of the side (before turning it on) one side would drop out. I figured out, if I situate the assembly with food on it correctly, before letting go, I'd slide the removeable cap end out a bit in the indents. I suspect this has to do with the heavier load being weighed down ever so slightly-it's not an obvious kind of fix and at first I thought the rods were too short-they may be, but this solves the problem. It doesn't happen with lighter items.The units touch pad is nice (the digital model), easy to wipe off. The bonus of the digital is the 4 hour timer and being able to program the sear and rest times in one go, versus 3hr on the manual timer and having to come back when it goes off flip the switch and time for each of these maneuvers.An inadvertant find was that I could set a glass coffee carafe while in operation and get hot water, a frozen pie will defrost nicely and bread dough rises swiftly.My biggest cheer for it, was putting a cheap 3# chuck roast. WOW! First the fat was roasted mostly away- rarely a bad thing, but then the taste! I was absolutely amazed, not expecting the two to be complimentary. The fat by the way is collected at the bottom of the unit in a mini broiler pan that is included. I see lots of experimenting in my future. I took the broiler top off (they say you can cover it with foil to ease clean-up) and use it that way. The instructions also say you can cover the reflector with foil for the same reason. Wished I had of taken the time, that is the hardest thing to get the roasted on grease splatters, it's removeable with tools and it's not situated to get to easily after installed.When I pull it out, I have a roasting marathon. It would not be worth it to me for just "I feel like rotisserie____". I do 2 chickens, a few roasts, and some other things always at capacity.So now I've gone through the things that I've encountered thus far-would buy it again. I purchase the 4000 model.One last note, my friends glass door fell and it shattered in a million pieces. Replacements are approx $40 US so be cautious.
M. J. Hanson "phanson26": I bought this oven from Ronco. The oven is cheap. It does cook a great chicken. It is hard to clean. The rotisserie can roll as you take it out and caused 3rd degree to both my wrist. The worst part is do not buy it from Ronco. They sell you name, address, and credit card number to scammers. I know because it happened to me. Buy it from anyone who will not give your credit card number to Ronco. Use pay pal or Google to purchase safely.