can’t go wrong with a snow cone though
We have one that tops a casserole with a 5-cent bag of potato chips.
Ice-cream isn’t “ice-cream” anymore!! Just read some of the ingredients on the packages!
There’s a story in each stained recipe card. The margin notes… each an addendum.
Ice cream cones are a good recipe.
I think Gracie will be happy to learn all these recipes.
I have my grandmother’s recipe for “Washday Lye Soap”- yummy.
I was wondering if that was some special Mexican style of ice cream. Like paletas or something. Or fried, yum!
I still make my wife’s great-grandmother’s Swedish rye bread.
They’re raspados (Mexican style snow cones). Raspar is Spanish for “to scrape”; they’re traditionally made using a scraper and a huge block of ice. Then, topped with syrup, and sometimes cream, and sometimes fruit, etc.
Wonderful timing — our neighborhood ice cream shop opened for the season today!
I love Tia Carmen with ice cream all over her face and down her scarf ♥ just like Gracie ♥♥ My Dad loved ice cream; we spent many Sunday’s making sundaes at the kitchen counter — cheaper than taking 4 kids to DQ.
I always know where our local Hawaiian Ice Truck is at any time of day in the summertime. You know, in case an emergency cooling down is required.
They had some good recipes for lengua back in the 30s.
When I started to have our families for holiday dinners I asked my mom for the family recipes. I found out that they are off the boxes as one recipe for Passover matzoh balls was labeled “Manischewitz” and the other was labeled “Streits” – two of the companies which make matzohs. (Gotta make some this week for husband and me for the holiday.)
He asked his grandmother for the family “tomato gravy” recipe – he is Italian. I was prepared to spend long hours cooking down tomatoes. The family recipe uses canned tomatoes and canned tomato sauce as the base!