maggiekb — 2014-01-08T16:56:44-05:00 — #1
ratel — 2014-01-08T17:46:58-05:00 — #2
[Sniff] No fair...can't do that in Arizona...
bathosfear — 2014-01-08T18:41:57-05:00 — #3
It looks like he started with ice cream and just made it frozenier.
billstewart — 2014-01-09T03:03:39-05:00 — #5
For snowy days, it's easy to make snow ice cream, as long as the snow's deep enough to pick up a clean bowl of it. Either mix the snow with milk, sugar, and cocoa powder, or just pour maple syrup on it and stir.
Sure, it's basically softer snow-cone, rather than deep custardy stuff, but it's quick and yummy. (And ok, it's probably more appealing if you only get that much snow once or twice a year, so it's a treat, rather than all winter...)
aliceweir — 2014-01-09T04:42:05-05:00 — #6
Yeah, but so what? It's yummy! And you don't need any fancy equipment. Bowl, spoon, done!
medievalist — 2014-01-09T12:33:25-05:00 — #7
My mom always used milk, sugar, a little raw egg, and vanilla. But the snow is pretty foul tasting these days, from all the pollution. I can only get a decent batch of snow cream (hey, that's what we called it in the 60s) if it snows heavily for days and the wind's from the west.
maggiekb — 2014-01-13T16:56:54-05:00 — #8
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