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Old 11-03-2005, 03:34 PM
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Good idea. What I don't recommend is one of those snow cone machines that they sell for kids. We got one and after my arm fell off I think I had about 3 tbl spoons of snow? So that's when I decided to break out the hammer. HAHA
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Old 02-11-2006, 12:22 AM
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My Grandmother used to make "Sno-cream" for us and I really don't remember what it tasted like. I was about 6 when I last had it [53 yrs ago]. I do remember she used vanilla but don't remember much else. God I wonder what chemicals we ate.

Isn't "Milnot" an early lactose free stuff that was to imitate condensed milk?

I actually think sno-cream is like those things they sell at 7-11 with the sweet syrups on them. Yeech!

Maybe I'll go post these questions over on eGullet and see the gasping answers. BTW, if your bored w/ PS and hungry, is a fun site, although I've never seen sno-cream mentioned.
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Old 02-11-2006, 06:35 AM
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Good memories here Trouble is, it used to snow in Arkansas when I was a kid, but we hardly ever get snow now, and when it does snow, it's like yesterday, not enough to cover the grass..................thanks for the memory, Doug.
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Old 11-22-2013, 08:09 AM
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Re: Snowcream

Came across this thread while rereading some of the recipes here and thought I should mention that I have perfected artificial snow: ice cubes in a food processor (I have a Cuisinart, but whatever you use make sure it's powerful). Use pulse mode so the blades don't get hot. And no, you can't substitute a blender (that makes slush due to heating the blades).
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