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Posted 4/26/2011 10:58:25 AM


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Do you make your own ice cream? If so, what's your favorite way to eat it?

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Posted 5/3/2011 8:22:24 PM
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I have a soft Ice cream maker, and make an amazing pumpkin ice cream.

Though i want a better maker and since my diagnosis with Crohns I cant really do dairy so Its not a staple in our house any more.

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Posted 5/13/2011 5:11:03 AM
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My sisters and I made ice cream using coffee cans, salt, and ice. We put the ice cream ingredients into a small can, put that can into a bigger can, then put salt and ice in between them. We then rolled the can down a high hill.  It can be a lot of fun, and soooo rewarding in the end.  My fave is vannilla. You can always add to it.
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Posted 5/14/2011 3:06:30 AM
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I grew up on a dairy farm and so we always had the good ice cream; that is the kind that is made from real milk straight, from the Jersey Cow's. Oh that was good.

First we had the old hand crank ice cream maker but that proved to be a lot of work and have since migrated towards the electrified kind.

There is something gratifying about having ice cream produced from your own dairy ingredients, but then again, growing up, we made our own butter and our own chocolate milk, nothing like Hershey's syrup and milk drawn straight from the cooler. :-)
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Posted 5/16/2011 10:49:01 PM


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How did you make the butter? That had to be delicious! And I can only imagine how dreamy homemade ice cream is with fresh-as-possible milk.

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Posted 5/17/2011 5:00:15 PM
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We had a few Jersey cows that my grandfather milked by hand. He saved the cream off the milk each time, and by Saturday we put it in a hand butter churn and us grand kids took turns cranking that silly thing while we watched cartoons. It was really salty though and so no one in the family liked it, so we sold it for extra money.

We really did not have much growing up, a few acres, a few cows, quite a few sheep, and lots and lots of chickens (75,000 broilers). Still it was home, and still is I guess though I moved west. About 350 feet, 17 years ago, to be exact, so it's not like I am heading west very fast. :-)


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