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    my father and grandfather used to make and sell their own ice cream. maybe i should take up making ice cream in honor of that. =D

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    That sounds good! I think I might give that a try with one of the local winter beers here. I still have 3 Rahr's Iron Thistle beers left over from the stew I made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Von blewitt View Post
    Ordered a 1.5L robot coupe ice cream churn last week, it arrived today ! Looking forward to putting it through its paces for the rest of summer, and through winter
    I've been thinking about replacing my ice cream churn that broke about 5 years ago...would like to hear your thoughts about the Robo Coupe and also any other models worth considering for home use.
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    For what it is worth, my wife said this morning after I convinced her to have some for breakfast too, "That is the second best ice cream you make after peanut butter." But then again, she is pregnant, so it just may be that she appreciates the drinking beer 'loophole'

    I think my next experiment is going to be sriracha ice cream. It sounds bad to me, but there is nothing better in life than investing your own time and energy into proving YOURSELF wrong. Don't worry about convincing others -- take on the one person you have a chance of changing...and do it with ice cream.

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    Drinky, try a thai coconut/ lime sorbet. Awesome stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Cinnamon ice cream on some warm apple crisp. Breakfast of Champions.
    That is my favorite also. Recently I ran into some snickerdoodle ice cream that just isn't the same as plain vanilla or cinnamon with Crisp. I probably eat more ice cream in the winter than I do in the summer months.

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    Wish you took some pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildBoar View Post
    Drinky, try a thai coconut/ lime sorbet. Awesome stuff.
    That sounds awesome.
    Remember: You're a unique individual...just like everybody else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post

    I think my next experiment is going to be sriracha ice cream. It sounds bad to me, but there is nothing better in life than investing your own time and energy into proving YOURSELF wrong. Don't worry about convincing others -- take on the one person you have a chance of changing...and do it with ice cream.

    k.
    I did a ghost pepper sorbet at the Texas knife get together last year... Don't think it went over that well (had strawberry & cherry as a backup).

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    I think a cherry or pineapple with hot peppers would be fantastic.

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