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Old 04-14-2006, 07:07 PM   #51
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It could certainly be made like that, either with green tea bags or the actual leaves etc. in the cream, then when it comes to straining the cream, the leaves would be caught.
- It's good to have feedback from someone who's done it. borrowing from ones wisdom is not the answer, but it is a pleasant facilitator.

Thanks cc2003btw.
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Old 04-14-2006, 07:17 PM   #52
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I had an onion milk shake one time... I won't be having an onion milk shake again.
Everytime I read this post I think, gross. No offence to the poster, we need to have our senses shaken up from time to time. It helps us remember why we like the things we do like.
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Old 04-14-2006, 07:20 PM   #53
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Anyone tastedthe pistachio ice cream? Its yum.
I used to love pistachio ice cream. Is it as easy to make as chopping up some nuts and, again, steeping them in the ingredients???

If someone knows I would love to be next in line.

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My favorite ice cream is Sweet Cream Ginger... it's sweet and hot and spicy!
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I love vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, maple walnut, pistacho, peach and butter pecan.

But my favorite flavotite is vanilla (Royal Vanilla).
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I love vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, maple walnut, pistacho, peach and butter pecan.

But my favorite flavotite is vanilla (Royal Vanilla).
You sure that's all!!!
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I had an onion milk shake one time... I won't be having an onion milk shake again.
I don't know why an onion ice cream/milkshake bothers me but I'd love to try Garlic ice cream.
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Onions, Garlic??? We are not talking about dessert ice cream anymore. Maybe frozen dip on a chip!

To celebrate the fall harvest season, we have pumpkin shakes but that's about as veggie/herbal as it gets. Chocolate licorice milk shakes are unpleasant.
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Who was the Chef that made sausage and egg ice cream? Although some of his ideas were brilliant, many didn't appeal to me at all.
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You sure that's all!!!


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