What is better on a hot summer's day than homemade ice cream? I have a wonderful Cuisinart Ice Cream Maker, which I use regularly and store all my ice cream in my medium deep Freeze It, but sometimes I want something different and I've now found it.
I made Strawberry Ice Cream using my Tupperware Power Chef Premium System. Most videographers that I watched used the Tupperware Quick Chef Pro, but I don't have one (yet) so I improvised and it worked out quite well.
I started making the ice cream around 2:00 pm and by 2:20 I was finished. All that was left was for the ice cream to harden a bit so it could be scooped out, however if you love soft ice cream, then you can eat it right away. It did scoop out, but was a little slushy in the bowl.
Once supper was complete, I scooped out some ice cream and hubby enjoyed a refreshing taste of strawberries on a hot summer's eve.
we've done that with liquid nitrogen or (more practically I must add) doubled bagged it and the put it in a bag filled with ice and salt. Wrap that in newspaper and let the children toss it around to mix.ReplyDelete
I'd be scared they'd drop the bag and - *SPLAT* - across my hardwood floors.Delete
I hope your son is able to remain on his own. Of our four children, three moved back multiple times after leaving home. The nest is empty at the moment, but we'll see.ReplyDelete
You are preaching to the choir, Ed. Both our sons, due to various circumstances, have moved back multiple times. We are in a fortunate position where we can help, but now we've reached the age where we want some peace and quiet. I think the BARR hotel will be closing after #2 son moves back out.Delete