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Old 05-10-2012, 07:49 PM   #11
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I just put 1/2 cup of half and half, 3 ounces of coffee liquor and a tablespoon of espresso powder into my little Half Pint Ice cream maker. We'll see in about 6 more minutes if it will get frosty and ice creamy!
Sounds yummy now i want some
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Old 05-10-2012, 07:51 PM   #12
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It's not freezing well, I'm thinking I bought a gadget that is a dud.
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Old 05-10-2012, 08:14 PM   #13
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I just put 1/2 cup of half and half, 3 ounces of coffee liquor and a tablespoon of espresso powder into my little Half Pint Ice cream maker. We'll see in about 6 more minutes if it will get frosty and ice creamy!

Well, there's no sugar in the recipe...

Also, alcohol prevents freezing.
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Well, there's no sugar in the recipe...

Also, alcohol prevents freezing.
Plenty of sugar in the liqour and it is 21.5% alcohol, is that enough to stop the freezing?
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4 Oz. of dairy and 3 Oz. of booze is too much.
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4 Oz. of dairy and 3 Oz. of booze is too much.
Which is too much? Would adding more cream help, Andy?

Boogers, PF. I would bet it would be great in coffee though.
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4 Oz. of dairy and 3 Oz. of booze is too much.
Oh well, it tasted good, even if it didn't turn into ice cream. Next time, add sugar, no booze and triple the espresso powder. And put the freezer part in the deep freeze instead of the fridge freezer.
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Which is too much? Would adding more cream help, Andy?

Boogers, PF. I would bet it would be great in coffee though.
It was good in a glass...
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I stewed the rhubarb, infused the cream/milk with fennel seed, cardamon, black pepper, and a bit of rosemary. I subbed out the whole milk for buttermilk--wanted the tang. I upped the # of egg yolks to 5. The mixture that is now chilling b/4 going in the ice cream maker tastes really good and is the thickness of a milkshake! Success thus far? If it works, is it my recipe or still the recipe re: the source that I posted?
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It was good in a glass...
Add some Bailey's or Kahlua...even better I bet--everything is better with Bailey's!
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