Thursday, January 7, 2010

Snowy Day Women # 12 and 35, Everybody Must Get Cold!

Not that anybody is reading me, but I am on a Bob Dylan kick. This title and the previous post title are from Mr. Dylan. I thought it fit pretty good.

Anyway, the kids and I have been out in the snow - what little there was. And by now it is even melting - so sad. We will probably be at school tomorrow. But tonight the Artic Blast is moving in.

I live in the Deep South so snow is a wonderful thing for us - even the the little dusting we had today. The day before you go by the grocery store to purchase milk, bread, and poptarts. At least that's what we purchased. And you want to make sure you have gas in your car. The reason for this is because during the Ice Storm of '94, most of the town was out of electricity and all the pumps were electric so if you were low on gas you could not drive south. During this time it was important to the students of Ole Miss to drive South because it was Mardi Gras season and most of the students left for New Orleans. However, Striker was no longer a student and had to stay and work. Nice.

The kids love snow because that means Snow Ice Cream! Very easy to make. Recipe to follow, but I just have to add this in. I was once visiting my friend AKA and we went to Kroger. I had my kids with me and it was summer and I thought while we where hanging about on 4th of July we would eat ice cream. So we were moseying up and down the aisle and lo and behold - right there in the middle of the freezer section was - SNOW ICE CREAM - for sale! We purchased it and it tasted just like mine.

So just in case you do not know this is what you do.

1. Gather you some good snow. Make sure there are no discolorations.

2. Pour a little milk, vanilla flavoring, and regualr sugar in.

3. Stir and enjoy.

I know this is all approximate, but I did not measure. You just stir it until you get the right consistency for you. and That is it. I hope you enjoy it.

I would not feel so all alone - EVERYBODY MUST GET COLD!

1 comment:

  1. It is yummy with maple syrup too! Thanks for your blog comments. I cut the paper, made a slit and wrapped it around the clip part. I made a template for each one first out of scratch paper (each one was a little different at the top). I pressed the paper around the clip part to form a crease to know where to cut. Hope that makes sense.I had to use the different colored paper at the bottom because the 12 inch paper wasn't long enough,but I like it better anyway.

    Let me know if you need more help.
    Have a good day!