|by Theron Hiles|
This 1893 volume attempts to "record some of the more prominent features regarding Ice as it affects health, convenience and industry of the people.
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Preheat the oven ... Combine butter and cream cheese; cream until ... plastic wrap and then in foil. Return to freezer. Unwrap totally and then defrost cake.
Combine chocolate, sugar, ... Add one-half the ice cream and stir until ... Tip: To make colored sugar, rub a little coloring into the granulated sugar.
Drain pineapple and ... Peel paper from ice cream and place the ... oven and bake for 3 minutes or until meringue is light brown. Serve at once. 4 servings.
Use only a high quality ice cream for this recipe; ... dollops of ice cream. Have spoons available. Adapted from the recipe used by Miss Jennie's Restaurant.
Put the zest ... few cubes of ice topped by a ... of vanilla ice cream. Serve with ... sprig of mint, a wedge of lime or a raspberry can be used to garnish.
Put grape juice, ... scoops) of vanilla ice cream and stir well. ... to fill glass three-fourths full. Top with another serving of ice cream. Serves 1.
In a saucepan, combine milk with half and half. Heat until tiny bubbles form around the edges of pan. Add the sugar, stirring until dissolved. Remove ...
Combine all ingredients in an ice cream maker. Freeze according ... before it has frozen solid for creamsicle-like treats on a stick. About 6 servings.
The two coffee ... used if no ice cream machine is available. ... until the ice cream is frozen. Note: May be prepared in a convention ice cream machine.
Melt ice cream in a bowl, ... Using a wooden spoon, mix the Oreos into the ice cream. Scoop the mixture into serving cups and freeze for 20 minutes. Serve.
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