Big Boob Blues

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So on a forum where I’m a fairly regular contributer, someone posted a subject titled “Underwear”. In this post she extoled the tribulations of finding cute matching bra’s and panties at a reasonable price. She woefully wrote that Victoria Secret stuff while cute she just couldn’t see spending $30 for a cute bra. That got me all up in arms. I can’t shop at Victoria Secrets and would kill to be able to spend only $30 on a cute bra. I am a 32DDDD, 32FF or 32G it’s all the same really. However not a size usually found in nature apearantly. When you do find bra’s there isn’t a lot of choice. They are $60-80 unless you want to order online from a foreign website. Seriously having big boobs sucks.

Women with smaller boobs enjoy it. You can run in comfort. You don’t have chronic back pain associated with carring around massive mamory glands. Your boobs will remain pert and perky cause you dont have the massive weight bearing them down. Gravity is the ultimate enemy of the large brested. My ta ta’s, unless properly suported, will be at my knees by the time I’m 40. You can buy push up bras and cute paterned lacy bra’s oh and pretty lingere.

Victoria Secret’s sizes stop at DDD. Soma has 3 styles and they don’t cary them in store. You have to order online. Nordstrom carries a few brands but it seems like everytime I find one I like they discontinue carrying it, and they are never cheap. I’m lucky if I find one on the clearance rack for $40. Really how pretty or great do you feel when you have to shop constantly on the clearance rack for your underwear? “oh yeah I’m feeling supper confident in discontinued styles that no one wanted so they got marked down” Yeah not so much really.

I have found a site that carries brands I like and has really good sales now and again. I really prefer trying my bra’s on before purchasing but you can’t always get what you want. If you have a similar problem as me http://www.barenecessities.com is a great place. It also has good prices on clothes swim wear, mens undies & clothes,  and “regular” sized bras as well.

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Big Boob Blues

Standard

So on a forum where I’m a fairly regular contributer, someone posted a subject titled “Underwear”. In this post she extoled the tribulations of finding cute matching bra’s and panties at a reasonable price. She woefully wrote that Victoria Secret stuff while cute she just couldn’t see spending $30 for a cute bra. That got me all up in arms. I can’t shop at Victoria Secrets and would kill to be able to spend only $30 on a cute bra. I am a 32DDDD, 32FF or 32G it’s all the same really. However not a size usually found in nature apearantly. When you do find bra’s there isn’t a lot of choice. They are $60-80 unless you want to order online from a foreign website. Seriously having big boobs sucks.

Women with smaller boobs enjoy it. You can run in comfort. You don’t have chronic back pain associated with carring around massive mamory glands. Your boobs will remain pert and perky cause you dont have the massive weight bearing them down. Gravity is the ultimate enemy of the large brested. My ta ta’s, unless properly suported, will be at my knees by the time I’m 40. You can buy push up bras and cute paterned lacy bra’s oh and pretty lingere.

Victoria Secret’s sizes stop at DDD. Soma has 3 styles and they don’t cary them in store. You have to order online. Nordstrom carries a few brands but it seems like everytime I find one I like they discontinue carrying it, and they are never cheap. I’m lucky if I find one on the clearance rack for $40. Really how pretty or great do you feel when you have to shop constantly on the clearance rack for your underwear? “oh yeah I’m feeling supper confident in discontinued styles that no one wanted so they got marked down” Yeah not so much really.

I have found a site that carries brands I like and has really good sales now and again. I really prefer trying my bra’s on before purchasing but you can’t always get what you want. If you have a similar problem as me http://www.barenecessities.com is a great place. It also has good prices on clothes swim wear, mens undies & clothes,  and “regular” sized bras as well.

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Big Boob Blues

Standard

So on a forum where I’m a fairly regular contributer, someone posted a subject titled “Underwear”. In this post she extoled the tribulations of finding cute matching bra’s and panties at a reasonable price. She woefully wrote that Victoria Secret stuff while cute she just couldn’t see spending $30 for a cute bra. That got me all up in arms. I can’t shop at Victoria Secrets and would kill to be able to spend only $30 on a cute bra. I am a 32DDDD, 32FF or 32G it’s all the same really. However not a size usually found in nature apearantly. When you do find bra’s there isn’t a lot of choice. They are $60-80 unless you want to order online from a foreign website. Seriously having big boobs sucks.

Women with smaller boobs enjoy it. You can run in comfort. You don’t have chronic back pain associated with carring around massive mamory glands. Your boobs will remain pert and perky cause you dont have the massive weight bearing them down. Gravity is the ultimate enemy of the large brested. My ta ta’s, unless properly suported, will be at my knees by the time I’m 40. You can buy push up bras and cute paterned lacy bra’s oh and pretty lingere.

Victoria Secret’s sizes stop at DDD. Soma has 3 styles and they don’t cary them in store. You have to order online. Nordstrom carries a few brands but it seems like everytime I find one I like they discontinue carrying it, and they are never cheap. I’m lucky if I find one on the clearance rack for $40. Really how pretty or great do you feel when you have to shop constantly on the clearance rack for your underwear? “oh yeah I’m feeling supper confident in discontinued styles that no one wanted so they got marked down” Yeah not so much really.

I have found a site that carries brands I like and has really good sales now and again. I really prefer trying my bra’s on before purchasing but you can’t always get what you want. If you have a similar problem as me http://www.barenecessities.com is a great place. It also has good prices on clothes swim wear, mens undies & clothes,  and “regular” sized bras as well.

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Source: New feed

Big Boob Blues

Standard

So on a forum where I’m a fairly regular contributer, someone posted a subject titled “Underwear”. In this post she extoled the tribulations of finding cute matching bra’s and panties at a reasonable price. She woefully wrote that Victoria Secret stuff while cute she just couldn’t see spending $30 for a cute bra. That got me all up in arms. I can’t shop at Victoria Secrets and would kill to be able to spend only $30 on a cute bra. I am a 32DDDD, 32FF or 32G it’s all the same really. However not a size usually found in nature apearantly. When you do find bra’s there isn’t a lot of choice. They are $60-80 unless you want to order online from a foreign website. Seriously having big boobs sucks.

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Dublin Honey Mustard Bacon Wrapped Chicken

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So this is something I came up with one night and it has become Clyde and Sparkle’s favorite dish I make.

You will need:

a glass casserole dish

as many chicken tenders as you and your family will consume(approximately 2-3 a piece)

a slice(or two) of bacon for each chicken tender a

1/2 a cup Dijon mustard and a

1/3 cup honey

1tsp balsamic vinegar

1/2tsp apple cider vinegar

1/2tsp ground black pepper

1/2tsp garlic salt

a pinch of cayenne pepper

A chunk of Kerry Gold Dublin Cheddar(enough to place a nice sized slice on top of each chicken tender)

A can of wax beans (or 1/4 lb fresh if you wat to get fancy)

2 ripe avocados(optional)

First slice your cheese and get the bacon layed out. It will make life easier. Pre heat your oven to 375. Then combine the wet ingredients and spices in the bottom of your casserole dish combine well & taste(add more of anything to make to your personal taste). Add and generously coat your chicken tenders. Add wax beans and get them coated as well.

Now take each tender and place a slice of cheese on top and wrap entire thing with a slice of bacon(some times you have to manipulate and stretch the bacon out a little but it’s worth the effort to have bacon in every bite) Place back into the casserole dish and coat again with honey mustard. now place in oven for 30-45min till bacon on top looks crispy and the cheese is all melted and combined into the sauce over the beans. If bacon doesn’t seem crispy enough after 45min broil for 2min.

if you are feeling extra cheesy throw some cheese crumbles around to really get it all through out the dish

While the chicken is baking take the two avocado’s and mash them well add salt & pepper to taste once the chicken is cooled enough to sever spoon avocado over the top of each piece of chicken and serve with a generous scoop of beans

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Dublin Honey Mustard Bacon Wrapped Chicken

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So this is something I came up with one night and it has become Clyde and Sparkle’s favorite dish I make.

You will need:

a glass casserole dish

as many chicken tenders as you and your family will consume(approximately 2-3 a piece)

a slice(or two) of bacon for each chicken tender a

1/2 a cup Dijon mustard and a

1/3 cup honey

1tsp balsamic vinegar

1/2tsp apple cider vinegar

1/2tsp ground black pepper

1/2tsp garlic salt

a pinch of cayenne pepper

A chunk of Kerry Gold Dublin Cheddar(enough to place a nice sized slice on top of each chicken tender)

A can of wax beans (or 1/4 lb fresh if you wat to get fancy)

2 ripe avocados(optional)

First slice your cheese and get the bacon layed out. It will make life easier. Pre heat your oven to 375. Then combine the wet ingredients and spices in the bottom of your casserole dish combine well & taste(add more of anything to make to your personal taste). Add and generously coat your chicken tenders. Add wax beans and get them coated as well.

Now take each tender and place a slice of cheese on top and wrap entire thing with a slice of bacon(some times you have to manipulate and stretch the bacon out a little but it’s worth the effort to have bacon in every bite) Place back into the casserole dish and coat again with honey mustard. now place in oven for 30-45min till bacon on top looks crispy and the cheese is all melted and combined into the sauce over the beans. If bacon doesn’t seem crispy enough after 45min broil for 2min.

if you are feeling extra cheesy throw some cheese crumbles around to really get it all through out the dish

While the chicken is baking take the two avocado’s and mash them well add salt & pepper to taste once the chicken is cooled enough to sever spoon avocado over the top of each piece of chicken and serve with a generous scoop of beans

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Source: New feed

Dublin Honey Mustard Bacon Wrapped Chicken

Standard

So this is something I came up with one night and it has become Clyde and Sparkle’s favorite dish I make.

You will need:

a glass casserole dish

as many chicken tenders as you and your family will consume(approximately 2-3 a piece)

a slice(or two) of bacon for each chicken tender a

1/2 a cup Dijon mustard and a

1/3 cup honey

1tsp balsamic vinegar

1/2tsp apple cider vinegar

1/2tsp ground black pepper

1/2tsp garlic salt

a pinch of cayenne pepper

A chunk of Kerry Gold Dublin Cheddar(enough to place a nice sized slice on top of each chicken tender)

A can of wax beans (or 1/4 lb fresh if you wat to get fancy)

2 ripe avocados(optional)

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Rachel’s Cheesy Bacon Potato Soup & Honey Mustard Spring Mix Salad

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These are my new favorite recipes and it’s all GF!

Rachel’s Cheesy Bacon Potato Soup. Makes three good sized bowls

½ cup Aged White Cheddar (I used a Black Pepper corn specialty cheese but Irish cheddar or any aged cheddar would be nice)

1 ½ cup Gouda

4 strips Bacon (save 3tblsp of rendered fat)

½ cup ½ & ½ Cream

1 ½ Milk (whole, 2% 1% whatever floats your boat)

2 cups Chicken Stock

2 Cloves of Roasted Garlic

3tblsp Rice Flour

2tblsp Apple Cider Vinegar

3 Small Red Potatoes diced (leave skins on it’s good fiber!)

Pepper

Splash olive oil

Preheat oven to 350 cut cloves of garlic in half drizzle oil and sprinkle with pepper wrap in aluminum foil and roast in oven for 45min. Start about 30 min before you really start cooking

Bake bacon on a rack in roasting pan in oven along with garlic until golden brown & crisp (15 min). Plate bacon on a paper towel( to absorb excess fat). Take 3tblsp of the rendered bacon fat and put into pot add pepper bring burner up to a medium heat and add flour to make a rue. Once rue is smooth add 1/4cup of stock and stir till no chunks are left add chopped potato cover and let potatoes cook for about ten minutes. Add roasted garlic. Bring down heat to medium-low. Slowly alternate adding stock, cheese, and milk raising heat as you go and stirring constantly. Break up all but half of one strip of bacon (set ½ strip of bacon aside for salad) add to soup, Stir making sure bacon is well incorporated. Bring heat back down to medium cover and let cook 3-5 min to let the bacon flavor sink in. Add vinegar and pepper to taste and bring head down to medium-low cover and let simmer for another few minutes and serve!

 

Honey Mustard Spring Mix Salad

 

Rachel’s Tangy Honey Mustard Dressing

1 part Dijon Mustard

1 part Deli Style Spicy Mustard

2 parts Basic Yellow Mustard

2 parts Honey

2 parts Plain Greek Yogurt

A splash of Apple Cider Vinegar

Salad

50/50 spring mix

Hardboiled Egg Chopped

½ strip Bacon(stolen from soup bacon)

Optional Extras

1/5 cup Honey Roasted Sunflower Seeds

A diced avocado

Toss ingredients together in a bowl. Drizzle dressing over top toss plate and enjoy!

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Source: New feed

Rachel’s Cheesy Bacon Potato Soup & Honey Mustard Spring Mix Salad

Standard

These are my new favorite recipes and it’s all GF!

Rachel’s Cheesy Bacon Potato Soup. Makes three good sized bowls

½ cup Aged White Cheddar (I used a Black Pepper corn specialty cheese but Irish cheddar or any aged cheddar would be nice)

1 ½ cup Gouda

4 strips Bacon (save 3tblsp of rendered fat)

½ cup ½ & ½ Cream

1 ½ Milk (whole, 2% 1% whatever floats your boat)

2 cups Chicken Stock

2 Cloves of Roasted Garlic

3tblsp Rice Flour

2tblsp Apple Cider Vinegar

3 Small Red Potatoes diced (leave skins on it’s good fiber!)

Pepper

Splash olive oil

Preheat oven to 350 cut cloves of garlic in half drizzle oil and sprinkle with pepper wrap in aluminum foil and roast in oven for 45min. Start about 30 min before you really start cooking

Bake bacon on a rack in roasting pan in oven along with garlic until golden brown & crisp (15 min). Plate bacon on a paper towel( to absorb excess fat). Take 3tblsp of the rendered bacon fat and put into pot add pepper bring burner up to a medium heat and add flour to make a rue. Once rue is smooth add 1/4cup of stock and stir till no chunks are left add chopped potato cover and let potatoes cook for about ten minutes. Add roasted garlic. Bring down heat to medium-low. Slowly alternate adding stock, cheese, and milk raising heat as you go and stirring constantly. Break up all but half of one strip of bacon (set ½ strip of bacon aside for salad) add to soup, Stir making sure bacon is well incorporated. Bring heat back down to medium cover and let cook 3-5 min to let the bacon flavor sink in. Add vinegar and pepper to taste and bring head down to medium-low cover and let simmer for another few minutes and serve!

 

Honey Mustard Spring Mix Salad

 

Rachel’s Tangy Honey Mustard Dressing

1 part Dijon Mustard

1 part Deli Style Spicy Mustard

2 parts Basic Yellow Mustard

2 parts Honey

2 parts Plain Greek Yogurt

A splash of Apple Cider Vinegar

Salad

50/50 spring mix

Hardboiled Egg Chopped

½ strip Bacon(stolen from soup bacon)

Optional Extras

1/5 cup Honey Roasted Sunflower Seeds

A diced avocado

Toss ingredients together in a bowl. Drizzle dressing over top toss plate and enjoy!

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Source: New feed

Rachel’s Cheesy Bacon Potato Soup & Honey Mustard Spring Mix Salad

Standard

These are my new favorite recipes and it’s all GF!

Rachel’s Cheesy Bacon Potato Soup. Makes three good sized bowls

½ cup Aged White Cheddar (I used a Black Pepper corn specialty cheese but Irish cheddar or any aged cheddar would be nice)

1 ½ cup Gouda

4 strips Bacon (save 3tblsp of rendered fat)

½ cup ½ & ½ Cream

1 ½ Milk (whole, 2% 1% whatever floats your boat)

2 cups Chicken Stock

2 Cloves of Roasted Garlic

3tblsp Rice Flour

2tblsp Apple Cider Vinegar

3 Small Red Potatoes diced (leave skins on it’s good fiber!)

Pepper

Splash olive oil

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