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    Ice Cream Social Sundae Thursday #273

    Did you all follow that?

    I think this Thursday well be a homemade ice cream social.

    I think that Bailey's, Frangelico and some Kahlua drizzled over the top should just about do it!


    Getting out the Ice Cream makers....Crank powered of course, gotta save the planet....Rock salt and some strawberries to start....


    Now, the Orc will do most of the cranking but everyone has to crank in order to eat! Deal?


    DONE!

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    I will bring the best ice cream sauces ever - Aunt Bertha's Hot Fudge Sauce, which gets gooey as it hits the cold of the ice cream, but is as densely chocolate as could be, and Aunt Betty's Butterscotch Sauce which is deeply, darkly buttery, like liquid brown sugar and butter combined.

    I've never had store-bought sauces to match, they just aren't the same! I'd better make a quadruple batch of each ...

    And I'll go first shift on the crank - it gets harder later ...
    I've Been Frosted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen View Post
    I will bring the best ice cream sauces ever - Aunt Bertha's Hot Fudge Sauce, which gets gooey as it hits the cold of the ice cream, but is as densely chocolate as could be, and Aunt Betty's Butterscotch Sauce which is deeply, darkly buttery, like liquid brown sugar and butter combined.

    I've never had store-bought sauces to match, they just aren't the same! I'd better make a quadruple batch of each ...

    And I'll go first shift on the crank - it gets harder later ...

    Oh, when it turns into the hard shell that you peel off the ice cream....

    We'll get the late comers in on the tough shifts....see, it pays to show up early on a Thursday.

    DONE!

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    I'll take some of Karen's sauces over French Vanilla Ice cream.
    but as for the al-ki-hol-ik drink - I want my new drink of choice.
    a Beergarita or a BeerColada.
    NUMMMMYYYYY

    Recipe of the Beergarita compliments of Zippy-kat tho I modified mine to suit with the stuff I had on hand....

    One pitcher.
    One frozen margarita concentrate thawed (or colada or daquiri)
    One Can of Sprite/7up (I used Diet Cherry 7up)
    One Beer (I used a Miller Chill tall boy so that was the equivalent of 2 beers)
    mix em up and serve over ICE.
    tequila
    serving more people you could add more beer and pop - this made the 'rita awful tart. That's why I liked the Pina Colada so well
    I drank one pitcher of each - equivalent of 5 beers.

    or another refreshing mix is fondly called by a local tavern an @$$cracker.
    Sprite - Lemonade with a shot of Vodka. I had it with Absolut but Kettle one would make it over the top!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post
    Oh, when it turns into the hard shell that you peel off the ice cream....

    We'll get the late comers in on the tough shifts....see, it pays to show up early on a Thursday.

    DONE!
    It doesn't turn into a hard shell, just a gooey, chewy, soft-caramel-like texture. Yum!
    I've Been Frosted

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    Quote Originally Posted by shais_mom View Post

    One pitcher.
    One frozen margarita concentrate thawed (or colada or daquiri)
    One Can of Sprite/7up (I used Diet Cherry 7up)
    One Beer (I used a Miller Chill tall boy so that was the equivalent of 2 beers)
    mix em up and serve over ICE.

    I liked the Pina Colada so well
    I drank one pitcher of each - equivalent of 5 beers.


    Good GRIEF!!
    When did you become such a LUSH??

    FIVE Beers???
    I'd be under the table on #4 ... you'd have to *POUR* #5 into me.

    Must be GOOD STUFF, huh?


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    Thanks, Karen.

    One batch of each sauce for Me, a batch of butterscotch for Lady, and you guys can have the rest!

    BTW, I brought a 'lectric ice cream musher, so no more cranking needed!
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    I'll have a go at the crank before the ice cream goes into the electric machine. I need to burn a few extra calories if I'm going to have ice cream!
    Yikes! I've been Boo'd ... right off of the stage!
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    *Mmmm...ice cream!*...reaches for crank.

    When I was in grad school, my advisor would have all the students to the lake once a summer, and we'd take turns cranking the ice cream maker. We always had strawberry.
    I've been finally defrosted by cassiesmom!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RICHARD View Post

    Getting out the Ice Cream makers....Crank powered of course, gotta save the planet....Rock salt and some strawberries to start....


    Now, the Orc will do most of the cranking but everyone has to crank in order to eat! Deal?


    DONE!
    I have some soy milk almost ice cream stuff. Allergic to milk! so no real ice cream for me.

    Richard, I think the no electric mixer part just whizzed right over everyone's heads. hehe
    But I'll volunteer to sit on the freezer and hold it down when it gets hard to crank. Used to have to do that all the time as a kid. Good way to keep your cool on a hot afternoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by momoffuzzyfaces View Post
    I have some soy milk almost ice cream stuff. Allergic to milk! so no real ice cream for me.

    Richard, I think the no electric mixer part just whizzed right over everyone's heads. hehe
    But I'll volunteer to sit on the freezer and hold it down when it gets hard to crank. Used to have to do that all the time as a kid. Good way to keep your cool on a hot afternoon.
    There's a place near us that does what I have heard is excellent non-dairy ice cream. My friend who was diagnosed as lactose intolerant swears by Cabot's non-dairy "ice cream" - I'll bring a big tub of it for you, and whomever else is dairy-sensitive!

    But this is Thursdays, where none of the allergens or calories count, so the virtual ice cream is safe for you!
    I've Been Frosted

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    In order to comply with the "green" request from the barkeep, I'll make the ice cream maker solar powered. (Not hard to do)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shais_mom View Post
    I'll take some of Karen's sauces over French Vanilla Ice cream.
    but as for the al-ki-hol-ik drink - I want my new drink of choice.
    a Beergarita or a BeerColada.
    NUMMMMYYYYY

    Recipe of the Beergarita compliments of Zippy-kat tho I modified mine to suit with the stuff I had on hand....

    One pitcher.
    One frozen margarita concentrate thawed (or colada or daquiri)
    One Can of Sprite/7up (I used Diet Cherry 7up)
    One Beer (I used a Miller Chill tall boy so that was the equivalent of 2 beers)
    mix em up and serve over ICE.
    serving more people you could add more beer and pop - this made the 'rita awful tart. That's why I liked the Pina Colada so well
    I drank one pitcher of each - equivalent of 5 beers.

    or another refreshing mix is fondly called by a local tavern an @$$cracker.
    Sprite - Lemonade with a shot of Vodka. I had it with Absolut but Kettle one would make it over the top!
    Oh,

    LOLOLOL, There is a joke about taking your rear end back to the store where you bought it.......It has a crack in it.

    One of each? Done~

    Karen,

    Gotcha. I am used to the choco sauce that I haven't eaten in years!

    C&S,

    Gotta start with your first beer!
    DONE?

    LH,

    Always looking for the easy way out, huh?
    Wire nuts or solder?

    Double scoops for you!
    DONE!

    CM,
    Don't forget to use both arms! I hate it when one bicep gets bigger than the other!

    DONE!

    STE,

    Strawberry for you!

    DONE!

    MOFF,

    Now, that's putting you "soul" into making ice cream!

    Thanks Karen for reminding everyone that Thursday's Ice Cream is the very best!

    Take that Ben and Jerry!

    DONE!

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    Make mine a butterscotch sundae. Oh, and leave the bottle of butterscotch on the bar. I love that stuff so much, I could DRINK IT!!!!!

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    I love rootbeer floats. Oh - you mean the kind with rootbeer and ice cream and not the kind you order in a bar.

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