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    Ice cream

    I'm not much of a one for sweet things or puddings (except Haribo, which I can eat by the bucket load), but I do like ice cream.
    Thursday was a sunny day here, and I had my first of the year, a Kit Kat one (not a brand I'd tried before) and it was lovely, cone a little soggy, but otherwise great.
    There's something about eating an ice-cream in the summer sun that is completely joyful, maybe it's an association with childhood and holidays.
    Anyway, any other ice cream fans out there?

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    Buy a cheap ice-cream maker and start making your own. You'll enjoy them soooo much more. I did and haven't looked back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ro63rto View Post
    Buy a cheap ice-cream maker and start making your own. You'll enjoy them soooo much more. I did and haven't looked back.
    We had home made ice cream at a friend's house recently and it was delicious, so I might well do that
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatmeworry View Post
    We had home made ice cream at a friend's house recently and it was delicious, so I might well do that
    Start with the cheap machine.
    Tub in freezer job for 20.
    Sorbets are easiest to start with too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ro63rto View Post
    Start with the cheap machine.
    Tub in freezer job for 20.
    Sorbets are easiest to start with too.
    Cheers! Will have a look. Mrs wmw loves sorbets
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    yup, bug fan of ice cream here.

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    That Kit-kat cornetto does look mighty tasty though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steppy View Post
    That Kit-kat cornetto does look mighty tasty though
    It was
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    Dammit. You just made me go out and buy a choc mint Drumstick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatmeworry View Post
    (except Haribo, which I can eat by the bucket load)
    Knowing my fondness for Haribo Gold Bears, my sister bought me a bag that was 5 lbs for Christmas one year. On the second day with the Bears, I had to just give the bag away. I started to have some health concerns due to the pace at which I was devouring that bag.

    And yes, I love ice cream as well.

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