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Tip of the Week - How to Whip Evaporated Milk for Ice Cream

Now that the dog days of summer are here, you might be thinking about making some homemade ice cream. This week's tip is on how to whip evaporated milk for ice cream.  You can use this technique for Royal Chocolate Ice Cream


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American Pancakes

American Pancakes

According to the recipe, these are the best American pancakes ever!

They are made this way by Edith Robison, the best cook we ever had in our house (says the author of the article).

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