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February 02, 2009


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Kathy Flynn

Jeri, the astounding flavors of ginger, clove, cinnamon, chocolate and fruit preserves will wake anyone up from the Northeastern winter doldrums!!! They sound terrific! You have presented some very tempting complimentary and inspiring tastes .....

Let's hope that readers use ' a midwinter’s night dream ice cream' recipe for a pleasurable dessert. The recipe defines a very rich base, which. I infer, is essential to 'ice cream'.

Is there another medium which can incorporate these same flavours/additives ; but would not require the rich ingredients of your recipe?

Thanks, Kathy


It's snowing outside and I was just thinking of ice cream, so I turned to this blog and voila. What is it about winter that makes New Englanders turn to a bowl of cold? This is time of year that I wish I had an ice cream maker, not in the summer. Great ice cream is everywhere in the summer, but right now I want it in MY kitchen, not out in public. I have some leftover Indian Pudding and I was trying to recall if it was Mrs Lincoln Dainties or some other very late 19th century/very early 20th century, very New England cookbook that had a recipe for Indian Pudding Ice Cream...ice cream maker has just moved to the top of my wish list.

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