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Women S Midi A Line Skirt A New Day Cream S Ivory
Add an easy breezy feel to your warm-weather look with this Midi A-Line Skirt from A New Day™. This midi-length skirt makes a great option to spruce up your sleek style. It features a flared A-line shape made from breathable fabric for comfortable wear and a functional drawstring on the waist to create an adjustable secure fit. The front button placket adds a touch of classic detail while the side seam pockets lend practical flair. Wear with a plain tee printed blouse or a cami and sandals for versatile dressing. Color: Cream. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Solid. Material: Linen.
kdea473: I bought this ice cream maker after I took an Ice Cream, Gelato and Sorbet class at Sur La Table cooking store. Because we were making so many different types of desserts, we had several ice cream makers working in the classroom at the same time. This ice cream maker was by far my favorite that day and I bought it about a week later.I liked the ease of adding ingredients through the opening on the top and the size is perfect for me.I have used my new ice cream maker with no problems. The bowl froze easily (probably in less than 24 hours) in the bottom and back of the freezer. Within about 20 minutes, I had wonderfully frozen ice cream.I certainly plan on getting more adventurous with my ingredients and do not anticipate any problems with this wonderful machine.
Keeley: Buy this ice cream maker! I considered purchasing an ice cream maker for over 5 years and I FINALLY convinced myself that it was worth it. I should have bought this years ago. I originally thought I'd seldom use it, but it's very easy to use and turns out great tasting results!I have no complaints. I love making desserts and ice cream is easier than baking, and a great way to avoid heating up your kitchen during the summer when you want a homemade dessert. The recipe book included with the unit has great basic ideas (I especially enjoy the Coffee Ice Cream, I add toffee to mine). From there, the possibilities are endless!If you can measure, you can make ice cream. The most basic ice creams have 3 or 4 ingredients and if you are the type who enjoys stopping at expensive ice cream shops for gourmet flavors, this unit will save you money in the long run. The 1.5 quart capacity makes just enough ice cream for you to satisfy your craving without over-indulging (and maybe share with friends and family!).Oh, yes, the machine is a bit loud, but it only takes 20 minutes to make a batch. The noise reminds me to keep checking my ice cream to see if it's "done". Doesn't bother me at all.Bottom line... great price, good ice cream, you can't go wrong with this!
Kindle Customer: I've made vanilla, strawberry (using fresh strawberries) and chocolate ice cream in this machine and it was all yummy. I just used the recipes that came with the machine. So far, the strawberry was the best. Each batch consistently took 25 minutes to make. It's easy to use and easy to clean. I bought the red unit which adds a fun color to my kitchen when not in use. The opening at the top is also convenient for scooping up a spoonful of ice cream for tasting without turning the unit off. I'm sorry I didn't buy this sooner. I love how simple and easy it is to use. I'm going to start experimenting with my own recipes now that I've got the hang of it.The only very minor downside is that it's a little noisy while it's running so you can't really enjoy a quiet meal and make dessert at the same time unless you can stick it in a another room. But I just make a batch early before dinner and store it in the freezer while we're eating.
Kindle Customer "reddogs": I bought this machine for my husband following the recommendations here. Consequently I also bought him the extra freezing container and two books of recipes,one being the Ben and Jerry's book. So far he has produced several excellent batches of ice cream. We are delighted and impressed! It's so easy and so much fun!
K. J "justine": Lets start by saying I hate gadjets, took me years to buy a food processor. But my sister is on chemo, and I found out she dislikes the taste of commercial ice cream, even the expensive stuff. SO I bought this , and made a batch of strawbeerry, an instant hit.the machine is easy to use,and it arrived in the mail in one day!! I followed all the reviews that said "chill everything" be careful not to over fill, it makes a bit of mess, and have nice strawberry ice cream , and the bowl is cold in six hours, so I will make peach tonight.I can see this machine is a winner, sorbet and fresh fruit ice cream, with less sugar and no preservatives will capitvate us all summer.( and four sessions of chemo).oh, I borrowed the ben and jerrys book from the library, and now need a copy, its easy and not confusing at all. I love to cook, but don't need complicated cooking with a sick sister.**** for fathers day I made a 1/2 batch of strawberry ice cream, prechilled the cream mix, added strwberries the last 2 minutes and we had perfect ice cream out of the mixer.***so PRECHILL THE CREAM BASE, AND ADD FRUIT AT THE LAST SECOND AND DO NOT OVERLOAD THE MACHINE.