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Helping your neighbor can be delicious.
Just when the company thought it had the problem licked, another listeria contamination shuts down production.
Olive Hershey’s Peach Ice Cream1 quart milk 6 egg yolks 3/4 to 1 pound powdered sugar, depending on sweetness desired 1 dozen medium-sized ripe peaches 1 pint cream Make custard by scalding milk in double boiler. Beat yolks and sugar in bowl. Add to milk. Cook in double boiler until
Cushioned in the middle of Brenham, Texas, amongst the rolling hills of bluebonnets stands a deliciously creative corporation named Blue Bell Creameries. For over one-hundred years, Blue Bell has been a force behind some of the most beloved ice creams on the market
Trailer Thursday: Coolhaus’s deliriously good mint-chip-and-double-chocolate-cookie ice cream sandwiches
Picture this: It’s one of those brutally hot days, when the Texas air is as still and thick as homespun cream. Far in a South Austin field, behind a row of trailers, there’s a girl. She’s standing in a tiny patch of shade, holding something in each hand. Closer, closer
Cinnamon Ice Cream3 eggs 1 cup sugar 2 cups milk 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon, freshly ground preferredIn mixing bowl, whip eggs and sugar together. Bring milk to a boil in saucepan, remove from heat, and pour slowly into egg-sugar mixture, stirring continuously. Add cinnamon. Return mixture to medium heat and cook,
This recipe is one of several featured in the July 1978 Dining In article Tots and Pans.Midsummer is the best time for homemade ice cream. Whether your freezer is electric or hand-crank, kids are willing ice cream makers.6 eggs1/2 cup light-colored honey8 cups light cream1/2 teaspoon salt4 teaspoons vanilla1 or