[Sca-cooks] Ice Cream, or, Making a pig of myself ;-) OOP
phlip at 99main.com
Wed Oct 10 10:31:14 PDT 2007
On 10/10/07, Mairi Ceilidh <jjterlouw at earthlink.net> wrote:
> We just got an ice cream maker, and are having a blast playing with
> different flavors. Ours is the one that has the bowl that lives in the
> freezer until you're ready to use it. No ice, no salt, real quick and
> clean. I love it.
Yeah, I have one of those- didn't like it, although I'm thinking it
will work at Pennsic.
> Your Coffee Ice Cream sounds delicious. I did a Buttered Almond Coffee
> which we really enjoyed. I liked toe flavor of the Peanut Butter Cup, but
> the texture and mouth feel were real turn-offs. I'll have to work on that
Wondering if a straight peanut butter ice cream, either topped with
chocolate sauce, or streaked with chocolate as part of the end of the
stir might work. May I see your recipe?
> Your Curry Ice Cream sounds intriguing. Our next experiment will be Crème
> Brulee, but I'm thinking Curry won't be far behind. I guess what I'll try,
> though, is making the ice cream with coconut milk as an ingredient, and
> using a peanut sauce on top. I'm going to work with a standard peanut
> sauce, but lessen or eliminate the overly salty bits (substitute hoisin
> sauce for soy?). I know, this is sounding quite weird, but I love peanut
> sauce, and I'm thinking that a sweeter version would make a great sauce on
> ice cream.
Peanut sauce sounds good ;-) And, making your own hoisin sauce is
pretty easy. I made one a few T'days ago when I was here alone, and
decided I was going to make myself a Peking Duck, so that if the
experiment didn't work, R&M didn't suffer ;-)
> Keep playing! This is fun.
> Mairi Ceilidh
Yeah, isn't it though? I'm relatively new to playing with sweets,
since I just don't have much of a sweet tooth, so playing with ice
cream, etc, is a great deal of fun. I'm trying to work out how little
sugar I can get away with without affecting the texture.
Heat it up
Hit it hard
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