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Postby milkmaid » 26 Nov 2005, 16:42

did you want to know about goat cream
yes the cream floats to the top but it's a b******r to get off as the molicules are smaller ,don't know if you can buy it ,you can get a machine to get the cream off but it's about 500 pounds and i only have one milker till next year when hopefull there will de 3 and maybe a cow ,
should you not use the italian reciepe i have 1/2 pint double cream 1/2 pint single cream and diet for 6 months
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Postby Heather » 26 Nov 2005, 17:00

you can buy Goats cream and butter in the shops - I have bought it for MY SIL before ;)
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Postby milkmaid » 26 Nov 2005, 17:42

thanks for that i didn't know wether you could or not ,you carn't buy it here,
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Postby jaydee67 » 26 Nov 2005, 18:35

I've bought the kids a cheap ice cream machine by Kenwood for Christmas - so I'll have to be on a permanent diet if they get into it then?
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Postby NannyP » 30 Mar 2008, 14:58

So....having ressurected this thread....I have a question?

I have some cherries that have been sitting in vodka and sugar for 10 months. If I make one of the basic ice cream mixtures and leave out the vanilla essence....can I add the cherries and vodka/or just the cherries?

Drool, drool :D
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Postby milkmaid » 30 Mar 2008, 15:38

:shock: 8)
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Postby stephen » 30 Mar 2008, 16:22

Just the cherries - if you add too much alcohol it won't freeze.
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Postby NannyP » 30 Mar 2008, 16:37

Thanks Steph, that's why I asked, I had a feeling that was the case......oh dear, will have to drink the alcohol :lol: :lol:
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Postby CP » 30 Mar 2008, 16:56

That's a hardship NannyP!! :lol: :lol:

Let us know how the ice cream tastes, please. :wink: :D
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Postby stephen » 30 Mar 2008, 17:45

NannyP wrote:Thanks Steph, that's why I asked, I had a feeling that was the case......oh dear, will have to drink the alcohol :lol: :lol:
The things you have to do to enjoy ice cream, eh? ;)
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Postby Gilly C » 30 Apr 2008, 11:44

found a recipe for Bailey's ice cream no Baileys but some Rum cream so made Rum n raisin today low fat version used creme freche instead of cream, just had to do quality control, can see me putting on weight , no eggs in this one either :(
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Re: Ice Cream

Postby j-two » 30 Nov 2009, 16:14

sorry to dig up an old thread :grin:

has anyone a reciepe for honeycomb ice cream, and instructions please
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