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Vintage Ladybird Books 'Happy Holiday' (Peter and Jane)

An illustration from 7a - Happy Holiday - The Ladybird Key Words Reading Scheme (The Peter and Jane Books). By William Murray; illustrated by J H Wingfield. Published in 1964.

Homemade Ice cream.

Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe

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Nothing is as rewarding as a dish of homemade ice cream for dessert. Top off a scoop with a chocolate-chip cookie.

Homemade Ice Cream ~Hand cranked

The Hand-Crank Ice Cream Maker

In 1843 Nancy Johnson got a patent on a machine to make ice cream by hand. This was an ingenious device that provided a real treat to everyone in the U.S., if not the world. Milk, sugar and flavoring, such...

Homemade Ice Cream on a hot summer day - with nothing but elbow grease to crank that sucker!

Hand crank ice cream maker

At auction recently, I came across a White Mountain hand crank ice cream maker that reminded me of the electric Cusinart that I bought a few years ago and barely used. The vintage maker was a lot more interesting, though.

Soda Fountain--Remember Cherry Cokes and Root Beer Floats....ice cream hand dipped at 5 cents a scoop...

Soda Fountain--Remember Cherry Cokes and Root Beer Floats....ice cream hand dipped at 5 cents a scoop...

When i was a little girl, I would sit on top of the ice cream maker while my grandfather would turn the handle!

How to Take Apart a KitchenAid Blender | Homesteady

KitchenAid blenders are constructed with stainless steel blades and steel-reinforced couplers. They are designed to be quite durable and provide years of trouble-free operation. KitchenAid blenders should be cleaned prior to the first use and after every use. The blades of the blenders are built into the pitcher, so ...

Stirred Lemon Ice Cream with Fresh Cherries | The Splendid Table An old-fashioned ice cream from a time when many people didn't have any sort of ice cream machine. All you do is stir. First, stir the ingredients together. Then stir occasionally as they freeze.

Stirred Lemon Ice Cream with Fresh Cherries

An old-fashioned ice cream from a time when many people didn't have any sort of ice cream machine. All you do is stir.

homemade ice cream

Weekend Project: Break Out the Ice Cream Maker!

Happy May, everyone! Can we declare the ice cream season officially open? Even if you’ve been making ice cream all year long, you’ve got to admit that there’s something special about that first batch of homemade ice cream eaten outside on a sunny afternoon. What will you make for your first batch?

Homemade lemon ice cream churned the old fashioned way. I remember taking turns at churning the ice cream. On a hot summer day in NC nothing could be sweeter.

Homemade lemon ice cream churned the old fashioned way. I remember taking turns at churning the ice cream. On a hot summer day in NC nothing could be sweeter.

antique ice cream bucket...Such good memories...the BEST ice cream EVER!

Flea Market Finds

Went to flea market in Brownville, NE and found this blue ice cream bucket. It’s not that I purposely set out to buy all blue buckets but that seems to be their color when I find one as you can tell by the ones I already have! I also found this little bird cookie cutter. I have never seen on like it before and I thought it was so cute! Also found this small butter paddle. It appears someone is building a little cabin. I don’t know what it will be for but I had to take a picture. It would be…

Fourth of July celebrations usually include fireworks, a hot dog or two, and in our RV, homemade ice cream. Whether you hand crank it the old-fashioned way, or use an electric ice-cream maker, the results are worth the effort!

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Old fashioned hand churned ice cream maker.

Peachy Keen Ice Cream

Dad loved his ice cream! I love ice cream! It’s my favorite “food.” I could eat it any time of the day. I am sure I inherited this trait from Dad. It was a wonderful thing when Mom went to the basement and pulled out the ice cream maker on a hot summer day. She mixed fresh fruit with milk and cream to make a custard, then placed it in the tall metal can and inserted the paddle. Dad packed lots of rock salt and ice around it and then the hard part started ~ the hand cranking. It was a messy…

Vintage ice cream maker! A study on "Old fashioned" things.

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