[Sca-cooks] ice cream at Pennsic
susanrlin at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 08:42:15 PDT 2010
A few years ago we had one of those ice cream ball. Where you put the ice
and salt on the outside and you put the ice cream mixture in the inside tube
(makes about a pint) and then you can roll it or toss it around. It really
does work - even on a hot sticky Pennsic afternoon. I'm sure you can find
it other places but this is what I"m talking about:
On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 9:00 PM, Saint Phlip <phlip at 99main.com> wrote:
> Was so loaded, and still needed to pick up a passenger, that I didn't
> bring everything I needed for the ice cream, so I didn't do it. And,
> the Cook's Potluck seems to have faded out. Instead, we've been doing
> the experimental pottery cooking that no one seemed to be interested
> in when I posted about it a few days ago.
> I guess people are just off into their own things, whatever they may
> be. Cariadoc stops every Pennsic, but I don't really see too many
> other people.
> Oh well. I'm going to keep experimewnting and learning, whether or not
> anyone else wants to get involved.
> On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 7:56 PM, Mark S. Harris
> <marksharris at austin.rr.com> wrote:
> > Back in late July, Phlip commented:
> > <<< We found a website that actually has a whole bunch of very
> > supplies. Their freeze-dried fruits are wonderful- I'm going to be
> > bringing some to Pennsic to make ice cream with.
> > http://www.thereadystore.com/readysteps-videos/make-a-plan >>>
> > So, did you make ice cream at Pennsic? How did it work out? From what
> little I've heard about this last Pennsic, is was hot.
> > Was there an SCA-Cooks get-together?
> > Stefan
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> Saint Phlip
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