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Fangs

Post by Fangs » 16 Apr 2005, 23:48

deb is comnig voer sometime i think to the UK, i think we should make her mvoe here and make her set up an ice cream shop!!!!
Fangs :D

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Post by Ex Moderator » 17 Apr 2005, 08:35

Image Your funny darlin'! When I come over there, it is going to be one big party...from house to house! No working for this gal. Besides, it looks like Stephen can do the job just fine himself. :wink: :P

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Post by stephen » 17 Apr 2005, 08:38

Gin & Tonic sorbet sounds rather fun...
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Post by Ex Moderator » 17 Apr 2005, 08:40

Hmmm, interesting. Well that solidifies that....you and Nigel are my first stop. :D

Lisa

Post by Lisa » 17 Apr 2005, 08:45

Have done beajolais sorbet before - yummy :drunken:
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summayah

Post by summayah » 17 Apr 2005, 08:46

sorry, I can't find the books link

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Post by stephen » 17 Apr 2005, 09:04

summayah wrote:sorry, I can't find the books link
Ok,

Ultimate Ice Cream Book

Ices

Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Recipe Book
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worldor

Post by worldor » 17 Apr 2005, 18:19

I like that stuff you get in cornwall, real icecream you get out with a scoop, is it like that and if not how do you make that sort?

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Post by NannyP » 17 Apr 2005, 18:31

It will be like that, real cream and eggs, so just try it and see.
How will I ever lose weight if people keep talking about food!!
I'm gonna start a poll about losing the recipe section :sign5:

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Post by stephen » 17 Apr 2005, 18:33

Yes, a lot more like that, because it's made with cream, rather than milk solids, non-milk fat, lecithin and synthetic flavourings. It makes quite a difference :)
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Post by worldor » 17 Apr 2005, 20:31

Right. I'll try it then. My son has an ice cream maker like the ones you have described. I will practice with that first before I invest.

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Post by summayah » 18 Apr 2005, 12:44

me back again, how long does it take to make the ice cream in your super duper ice cream maker ~ I'm assuming it freezes it as it does it?

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Post by stephen » 18 Apr 2005, 12:52

The gaggia takes about 25-30 minutes for a full freeze. The frozen bowl sorts (like the Phillips) take around 20-40 minutes, but then usually need to be finished off in the freezer.
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Post by summayah » 18 Apr 2005, 14:03

aah I see. I was going to get the Phillips from Amazon and then I thought of how many grandchildren and their father are going to come to live close to me and thought maybe I should treat myself to one like yours. When I tried to place an order I hit the fist stumbling block I don't have a credit card only debit card or paypal. I'm in contact with a 'walter' on their site he suggest cod at +3% ~ I don't suppose that's too bad in the scheme of things.

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Post by debcat » 18 Apr 2005, 14:23

I use my debit card on amazon
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