GG Jenner (sdj@WHY.NET)
Thu, 24 Jul 1997 11:25:53 -0500
Can't find original post but trying the other thread found this recipe:
About this project -
This frozen treat is really child's play (fun for grown-ups too).
This project is rated EASY to do.
For the freezer you need:
two empty cans - a 1-lb and a 3-lb with plastic lids
1 1/2 cups of rock or kosher salt
20 cups( about 7 1/2 lbs) of crushed ice
For the ice cream you need:
1 cup heavy cream
1 cup milk
1 beaten egg (optional)
1/2 cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla
1/3 cup of chocolate chips
Project how to -
In the small can mix cream, milk, beaten egg, sugar, vanilla, and
chocolate chips. If you use the egg, be sure it
is fresh and has no cracks. Uncooked eggs can cause food poisoning.
Cover the small can and set in the center of the larger can.
Layer half the crushed ice alternately with half the salt in the
empty space between the cans.
Cover the larger can.
Now the fun begins: Choose a hard level surface like a cement walk
way and roll the can back and forth
for about 10 minutes.
Open outer can; empty old ice and water, lift out small can; wipe
lid dry and remove. With a rubber spatula
scrape ice cream from can sides. Stir and cover.
Return small can. Repack with remaining ice and salt. Cover and roll
for 5 more minutes.
After all that Hard Play enjoy!!
This project was contributed by:
Sandi Kern, email@example.com
Copyright =A9 1996 by Sandi Kern. All rights reserved.
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