Random. . . after 20+ years I just realized that Alice in Chains' "Heaven Beside You" says "like the coldest winter chill," not "like the coldest winter jail."
It arrived right as I got home for lunch, so I unpacked it to get to the bowl to get it in the freezer right away. The paddle is plastic, so that's a good thing. It's on the smaller size though. Great for me, not so great for people with big families or who need to make a lot of ice cream. It'll make just around 2 quarts total.Oh yeah, I want one of those!
The one I got doesn't use ice/salt around the mixing bowl, which is a huge positive to me. The bowl is double insulated and has some freeze gel stuff inside. You have to freeze the entire thing though, so you need to plan ahead a bit. You can order another bowl for pretty cheap, like 35 bucks, so I might do that to have an extra one handy just in case.This is similar to our ice cream maker
I have a pampered chef ice cream maker. The holding bowl has to be REALLY cold, though, for the ice cream to set, and I have much better luck consistently with the custard-based ice cream. Also make sure you use full-fat milk (or cream or half-and-half depending on the recipe you're following).Sounds like the no-cook results in fluffier ice cream (Breyers, Edy, most store brands). The cooked kind results in a denser ice cream (Häagen-Dazs or Ben & Jerry's). I'll be doing the no cook first. I plan on making a Reeses peanut butter cup one to start. My idea is to take Reeses Puffs cereal and soak it in milk overnight. I'll blend that all together and use that milk base in the ice cream. I plan on adding chunks of Reeses peanut butter cups to it too. I want to make something with fruit as well. I was thinking raspberry with some sort of lemon zest maybe?
Hm, I didn't think about that fruit base. That makes a lot of sense though. I like the jam idea though. I only drink whole milk anyway so that's what I planned to use. I generally buy ultra pasteurized since I don't use it fast enough, but I've read that because of the higher heat to ultra pasteurize the milk, it's not ideal to use for ice cream. Apparently this can affect the flavor of the finished product.I have a pampered chef ice cream maker. The holding bowl has to be REALLY cold, though, for the ice cream to set, and I have much better luck consistently with the custard-based ice cream. Also make sure you use full-fat milk (or cream or half-and-half depending on the recipe you're following).
Homemade fruit ice cream can be really tricky. Fresh fruit adds additional moisture, so the consistency can get icy, and if you want the ice cream flavor itself to taste like the fruit (instead of just having pieces of raspberry in your vanilla or lemon flavored ice cream base), it can be really challenging. You can use "cheats" like adding fruit-flavored extracts or mixing some jam into the ice cream mix to enhance the fruit flavor without affecting the consistency.
A lot of Buffalonians consider Zubaz the pinnacle of good taste.
Zubaz, the clothing company famous for its colorful zebra-striped pants popular among Buffalo Bills fans, has closed its first and only brick-and-mortar store, which was at the Fashion Outlets of Niagara Falls USA.
The company said it put its first store there because Western New York has been its highest-sales market since the company started 28 years ago.
The first one was really good, the second one was decent but too sweet.
I learned a few tricks reading your posts.How did you get her out of her pants?
And he finds the sarcasm on the interwebs! WInner! I believe they were popular for about a day in late 1989. Sadly I owned a pair I used to work out in.I'm sorry..... when were those ever popular (outside of the Bills Mafia)?
I was inspired and made banana custard ice cream base last night. I tried to actually make the ice cream, but the freezer wasn't cold enough, so I just stored it and put the bowl back in the freezer overnight. I'll make it tonight when I get home.The first one was really good, the second one was decent but too sweet.
The first one was like a Reeses peanut butter cup thing. The cereal idea worked well. I put mini cups and Reeses pieces in it too. It turned out awesome. The second was supposed to be a blackberry sorbet but I used way too much sugar. I used blackberry pie filling as the fruit base rather than regular blackberries, but I used the standard simple sugar mixture. Those pie fillings are already loaded with sugar. I dumped some lemon juice in there to balance it out, but it's still fairly sweet. Next time, I'll omit the simple sugar entirely and just use water if I use that pie base.
Having lived in both..... It's six of one/half a dozen of the other. For team hot, you can drive pretty much 12 months of the year. We have green and flowers 12 months out of the year. You get to be outside during winter with little to no problems. However, 90+ and high humidity for roughly half the year does make it rough. Plus bug/snakes/gator season never really ends.Here is the 'east coast-west coast rap dispute' of our era....which is better to live in: a place where it's uncomfortably hot for long periods of time or cold?
I say cold - because when weather extremes happen you can spend much of your time indoors in a temperature controlled environment, but you still have to do daily/weekly outdoor household chores in both cold and hot weather. When it's super cold out you can put on boots, mittens, coats, hats, etc. to stay warm.....but there is no relief when it's 99 out and the lawn needs to get mowed (unless you've got an environmental controlled space suit to mow in)
Yep. Fish and Game. I had to have raptor nests checked on a fairly recent application. You prolly better check with the local DNR, maister-man.Just got off the phone with a guy who argues the reason a variance allowing a lot split should not be approved is that there a species of 'vulnerable' turtles living on premises. Who even enforces the endangered Species Act? Isn't that like the US Fish and Wildlife Service? All I know is it ain't up to the local authority.
That's why I love fall and spring. Nice warm and comfortable days, and nice cool nights. I dislike the cold (which is not actually the cold everyone else in the US sees) and the 100+ degree days.Or you could just be like me. I complain when it's hot, I complain when it's cold. There is like maybe a single month out of the year I actually want to be outside.
Amphibians would be protected by fish laws here. That’s where I’d start.Just got off the phone with a guy who argues the reason a variance allowing a lot split should not be approved is that there a species of 'vulnerable' turtles living on premises. Who even enforces the endangered Species Act? Isn't that like the US Fish and Wildlife Service? All I know is it ain't up to the local authority.
Home of your former state rep, by the sound of it. The poolhouse was reviewed in a magazine.My daughter's friend's older sister is house sitting somewhere in the area this week and they invited my daughter over to go swimming. My wife dropped her off and sent me pictures from the backyard. The pool area is nicer than some resorts I've seen. I looked up the house in the public tax records - it's nearly 9,000 square feet with 12 bathrooms! It's one of those houses I've run past over the years and wondered who on earth lives there! Crazy!
I'll have to make sure my daughter remembers the little kiddee pool that she and her little sister were splashing around in yesterday afternoon so that I can knock her expectations down a bit.
an Alice’s Restaurant quality report has to haveMy big-agency coworker asked me to rewrite a detailed inspection report with more detail. She’s about to get an Alice’s Restaurant quality report.
I hope I’m not setting the bar too high for myself. This girl is too big for her britches.
They was taking plaster tire tracks, foot prints, dog smelling prints, and
they took twenty seven eight-by-ten color glossy photographs with circles and arrows and
a paragraph on the back of each one explaining what each one was to be used as evidence against us.
Took pictures of the approach, the getaway, the northwest corner, the southwest corner and that's not to mention the aerial photography.
Madam Chair is always appropriate, IMOOur BOC Chairman resigned last month. The vice chair is now the acting chair of the board.
The question is, do I refer to her as "Chair", "Chairwoman", "Chairperson"? I don't think the term "Chairman" should be gender biased. Yes, it has "man" in the title, but the title is the leader of the board and the gender should really be irrelevant. Is not not being sexist to change the term to fit the gender?
The trapped-in-the-1940s AM&As in University Plaza, where the call bells were nonstop.At AM&A's? Or Twin Fair?