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Old 09-26-2009, 04:45 PM   #11
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OH YES! Ice cream!!! I just broke out the ice cream maker last weekend and made some lovely vanilla ice cream. I think this would make fantastic ice cream. I might make a fudgy type stuff and stir that into the vanilla ice cream I already have. Mmmmmmmmm! Good call! Thanks!
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Old 09-26-2009, 06:13 PM   #12
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I got 25 pounds of Callbault (mixed milk, dark and white) last year from the factory - it was a bunch of broken "bars" (5 lbs each) and they were off loading them cheap. I stocked up for my summer weddings and still have some left.

Do you want my peppermint pattie recipe?

You can also store it in a cool dry place for quite awhile (not a fridge or freezer.....Barbara L. would very happily tell you where I stored mine!).

I have a ton of recipes if you are in real need of inspiration!
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OH YES! Ice cream!!! I just broke out the ice cream maker last weekend and made some lovely vanilla ice cream. I think this would make fantastic ice cream. I might make a fudgy type stuff and stir that into the vanilla ice cream I already have. Mmmmmmmmm! Good call! Thanks!
Why not make Katie E's Ice Cream and chop up 8 ounces of milk chocolate instead of the semi sweet chips? I am sure it will be just as good!
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I got 25 pounds of Callbault (mixed milk, dark and white) last year from the factory - it was a bunch of broken "bars" (5 lbs each) and they were off loading them cheap. I stocked up for my summer weddings and still have some left.

Do you want my peppermint pattie recipe?

You can also store it in a cool dry place for quite awhile (not a fridge or freezer.....Barbara L. would very happily tell you where I stored mine!).

I have a ton of recipes if you are in real need of inspiration!
(My fireplace gets used a lot!) And I would LOVE some recipes please. Is the peppermint patty recipe on here? And would it translate well to milk chocolate?
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(My fireplace gets used a lot!) And I would LOVE some recipes please. Is the peppermint patty recipe on here? And would it translate well to milk chocolate?
Actually the peppermint patty recipe DOES translate well to milk chocolate. The recipe I started with called for it but I switched it to dark. It is here in the Candies forum....unless Uncle Bob has hidden it

I will send you some other ones tomorrow. I am at the moment watching my Roughies do battle with your Eskimos.
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