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Old 09-14-2006, 10:34 AM   #11
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Yeah... I wondered why there was milk in it at all, let alone HOT milk..... I've never thought abou milk as an ingredient (in any form) for a coke or rootbeer float.

And GB is right... there is NO cream in an egg cream. Just chocolate syrup and charged water. It's all in the technique.
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Old 09-14-2006, 11:10 AM   #12
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AriesGirl - this sounds GREAT! We used to put chocolate syrup in our coke all thle time when I was little. It sounds like it would be really smooth, creamy, and yummy! As far as the warm chocolate milk it sounds good. It's the same concept of when we would eat cobbler, or turnovers. We would put it in a bowl and pour milk over it. The warm with the cold was the best part!

I'll have to send this recipe to my son at college - he'll love it!

Thanks for posting it.
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Old 09-14-2006, 08:07 PM   #13
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Milk in with a float is an egg creme, I think, although the carbonated part is usually just soda water.

Can anyone second this?
An egg cream is made with milk, seltzer and chocolate syrup. Preferably, serve it with pastrami on rye with mustard.
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Yeah... I wondered why there was milk in it at all, let alone HOT milk..... I've never thought abou milk as an ingredient (in any form) for a coke or rootbeer float.

And GB is right... there is NO cream in an egg cream. Just chocolate syrup and charged water. It's all in the technique.
There is milk in it, as well as the Fox's syrup and seltzer.
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Old 09-14-2006, 08:47 PM   #15
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...yesterday I picked up Limited Edition of Edy's Root Beer Float flavored ice cream...I don't think this brand is limited to my area alone so some of you may have chance to try it.
In the west, Edy's is sold under the Dryer's label.
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