Frigid temperatures are upon us this winter, but it does not mean that you have to put away the ice cream scoop. Ice cream is enjoyable any time of year, a perfect treat to enjoy while curled up by a roaring fire and snuggling with your sweetheart. We all survived the Polar Vortex to live… [read more]
Happy Friday! And Happy International Stout Day! If you read my blog regularly then you have probably figured out that I am fan of beer. I love the complexity of flavors found in beer as much as I love the variety of flavors found in ice cream. Previously, I have posted several ice cream recipes… [read more]
Hello readers! I am back! The cookbook is now one step closer to completion and you are one step closer to enjoying 80 recipes from best ice cream shops in the US. Thank you for your patience while I worked on this project.
St. Patrick’s Day isn’t any old holiday in New Orleans. It is another day for parades and celebration! Living in an area of the city called the Irish Channel, I am in the middle of the St. Patty’s Day action.
The idea of egg nog has always weirded me out. Drinking eggs? I get it – egg nog is basically just a creamy custard that you drink – but I’m still not sold…on the drink version. A few years ago I discovered that egg nog is practically a pre-made ice cream base (sugar, milk, eggs, spices), at which time I promptly used egg nog to make ice cream. Turns out egg nog ice cream is something that I can get used to.