|Ice Carving 101|
|by Brenda R. Carlos|
Entering the dramatic world of ice carving has never been easier with this introductory guide.
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1. Chill 1 ... tall can, in ice tray until almost ... and 1 envelope Kool-Aid. Mix. Whip until fluffy. 3. Freeze in 1 quart ice tray until firm, 3/4 hour.
Combine kool-aid, milk and water in blender. Mix on high speed for 30 seconds. Spread in mold and freeze.
Combine Kool-Aid pack in one ... over top of the sherbet in a large punchbowl. Add the second can of pineapple juice, and ginger ale. Best punch ever!!
Dissolve Jello in boiling water; add sugar and kool-aid; stir well. Add cold water and pineapple juice. Right before serving, add 7 Up and ice cream.
Mix Kool-Aid (according to directions) and pour over ice cream. Tastes like 50/50 ice cream bars.
Mix Kool-Aid, sugar and ... lemonade - chill. Add ginger ale just before serving. Place ice cream in punch bowl and pour juice mixture in slowly. 50 servings.
Mix first 5 ... OR SUGAR TO KOOL AID.) Scoop ice cream or sherbet into ... as well as the kids. You'll keep coming back for more. Makes about 16 servings.
Dissolve soft drink ... in soda. Place a small scoop of ice cream in each of 6 tall glasses. Stir in soda mixture; top with a second scoop of ice cream.
Mix together. Place softened ice cream or sherbet in punch bowl. Add fruit mix. Just before serving add soda pop. Serves 60 to 75 people.
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