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Old 04-24-2012, 09:29 AM   #21
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How do you make ziplock bag ice cream?
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Old 04-24-2012, 01:31 PM   #22
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that's it, jpb. i couldn't remember the name. we used sassafras to make the syrup for the soda.

taxy, you need a quart and a gallon ziplock bag, milk, sugar, vanilla extract, ice, and salt.

you pour some milk, sugar, and vanilla in the quart bag and seal it. then put the sealed quart bag inside the gallon bag, fill the gallon bag with ice, pour in some salt, seal the gallon bag, and then get busy mushing it all around. as the salt melts the ice, it freezes the milk and sugar in the inside bag. by mushing it around, you break down the ice crystals in the milk as they form, thus making ice cream. it only takes a few minutes and it's a lot of fun to do with kids.
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that's it, jpb. i couldn't remember the name. we used sassafras to make the syrup for the soda.

taxy, you need a quart and a gallon ziplock bag, milk, sugar, vanilla extract, ice, and salt.

you pour some milk, sugar, and vanilla in the quart bag and seal it. then put the sealed quart bag inside the gallon bag, fill the gallon bag with ice, pour in some salt, seal the gallon bag, and then get busy mushing it all around. as the salt melts the ice, it freezes the milk and sugar in the inside bag. by mushing it around, you break down the ice crystals in the milk as they form, thus making ice cream. it only takes a few minutes and it's a lot of fun to do with kids.
Thanks BT. I'll have to give that a try. I don't have room for an ice cream maker.
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Old 04-24-2012, 01:55 PM   #24
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I think beer can chicken is the winner ! thanks all !
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Old 04-24-2012, 06:43 PM   #25
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that's it, jpb. i couldn't remember the name. we used sassafras to make the syrup for the soda.

taxy, you need a quart and a gallon ziplock bag, milk, sugar, vanilla extract, ice, and salt.

you pour some milk, sugar, and vanilla in the quart bag and seal it. then put the sealed quart bag inside the gallon bag, fill the gallon bag with ice, pour in some salt, seal the gallon bag, and then get busy mushing it all around. as the salt melts the ice, it freezes the milk and sugar in the inside bag. by mushing it around, you break down the ice crystals in the milk as they form, thus making ice cream. it only takes a few minutes and it's a lot of fun to do with kids.
Thanks, BT! I do have an ice cream maker, but this sounds like something fun to do with the kids who want to come out and meet the girls, collect eggs, gather veggies! I don't have kids--so would never have thought of this.
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Old 04-24-2012, 07:18 PM   #26
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Use root beer in the slow cooker with onions to make pulled pork. Trust me, it's awesome:)
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Old 04-24-2012, 09:19 PM   #27
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oy, I'd tell you a story about root beer, but I don't want anybody feel yuky.
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oy, I'd tell you a story about root beer, but I don't want anybody feel yuky.
Aww, go ahead!
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Aww, go ahead!
I agree.
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ok, fine, all public restrooms were pretty dirty in soviet times, and i mean pretty dirty. To kill the stinch, instead of actually cleaning the bathrooms they would spray it with airfresher, especially heavily in and the around the main epicenters of dirtiness, that smelled just like root beer. When I first time smelled root beer here in America I almost puke.
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