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Women S Plus Size High Rise Midi Slip A Line Skirt A New Day
Get a closet staple that adds easy elegance to a variety of tops with the High-Rise Midi Slip A-Line Skirt from A New Day™. This high-waist midi skirts sits at the natural waist for a flattering fit and features a full waistband elastic so it's simple and comfortable to pull on and wear. The skirt is bias cut at a diagonal for a more dramatic and elegant drape making this stylish midi skirt easy to dress down by tucking in a plain tee or to pair with a coordinating color blouse for a chic two-piece look. Size: 1X. Color: Pink. Gender: female. Age Group: adult. Pattern: Tie Dye Design. Material: Polyester.
P. Hartlin: Hard to stay on a diet with this on the counter. Lots of great recipes and the ice cream and sorbet are yummy!
Pie Grrrl: I've been making homemade ice cream since 1985 when I got my Waring Ice Cream Parlor machine and the Ben & Jerry book as a birthday present. Twenty-five years later, I donated the Waring machine because I no longer had the patience to bother with all that sloppy ice cube & salty mess! (Machine still worked; donated it to my church). I did tons of online research and hands down, THIS machine got top ratings no matter what site I visited. Some places offer a 2nd bowl for an additional price but I knew I wouldn't need that much ice cream. VERY QUIET and made the 2nd batch of peach ice cream in record time; set timer for 30 minutes, it was done in 18 minutes! Easy to clean, very small to store; bowl is kept permanently in deep freeze at 0 degrees.NOTE: The miniscule Cuisinart recipe book that comes with this states that the bowl will be frozen within 6-12 hours. Don't believe it, we did and almost returned the machine! I checked the canister after 10 hours and it didn't slosh one bit, but after one hour of processing the cream mixture, it was no more frozen than the Equator! Saved the cream mixture to try the next day; froze it for 24 hours, and as I said above, it made a batch in 18 minutes, flat.I've also noticed that although it says "generous 1.5 quart size" my recipe for 1 quart of ice cream came so close to the top of the dasher that it actually flowed over a bit. So, I'm going to use slightly less than 1 cup measurements for the liquids when I make the next batches to avoid this problem.So far we've made peach, strawberry and banana ice cream. Try using a high quality buttermilk for 1 cup of the liquid; it's low calorie and adds a nice twang to the end result.
P. Newcomb: Yes, upfront I'll say it's a little noisy, but that kind of goes with the territory. Works perfectly, just as described in the directions. I keep the bowl in the freezer all the time now. It doesn't take up as much room as I feared it would. Makes great ice cream, ice milk, bases for margaritas and sorbets and of course frozen yogurt. I highly recommend going to the trouble of making a custard based ice cream. Once you do that you may never make it any other way. Once you price the ingredients, I cannot honestly say making ice cream is all that much cheaper than buying it, but the quality is far superior to store bought, and you have the added bonus of knowing exactly what is in your ice cream.
P-Town Mama: I have tried 4 different recipes in this machine so far. 3 were from the manual that came with the machine, and one was from the internet. All 3 from the manual did not have very good texture. The ice cream was not creamy and melty, it was either icy or fudgy. I like the machine, it is easy to use, but also quite loud. We ended up moving it in to the bathroom while it churned. I think the recipes in the manual could use some improvement so that people don't blame the machine for the ice cream not coming out very well. The recipe we tried that we got online was most like regular ice cream, but I didn't like that it had uncooked eggs in it.