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Originally Posted by aravenel View Post

Yeah, they do a decent enough job too. Clearly, no frozen insert is going to be as good as a compressor driven model, but the compressor ones are several hundred dollars, so scratch that.

Exactly. Also I looked on amazon and they make quart-sized servings which is all I need.

So...who wants a party invite? satisfied.gif
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

Oh shit, didn't know Cuisinart's were that cheap.

Think imma kop a good smoker and an ice cream maker for this summer. Casa de la Edina will be ballin' for the next 8 months!

Just what every fatty needs.
post #6348 of 7382
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Just what every fatty needs.

Will defer to you, you're the supreme expert.
post #6349 of 7382
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Originally Posted by Piobaire View Post

Just what every fatty needs.

Will defer to you, you're the BIGGEST expert. (See what I did there and yes it took me this long to come up with the burn).
post #6350 of 7382
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

Exactly. Also I looked on amazon and they make quart-sized servings which is all I need.

So...who wants a party invite? satisfied.gif


Ed, we have a Cuisanart from a few years ago. Works very well. Get yourself. Copy of Jeni's Ice cream cookbook. Excellent.
post #6351 of 7382
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Originally Posted by Cary Grant View Post

Ed, we have a Cuisanart from a few years ago. Works very well. Get yourself. Copy of Jeni's Ice cream cookbook. Excellent.

You can call her direct at 867-5309
post #6352 of 7382
i've got a cuisinart too. works great. don't like the jeni book. use david lebovitz's "the perfect scoop" instead. because i said so. foo.gif
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post

i've got a cuisinart too. works great. don't like the jeni book. use david lebovitz's "the perfect scoop" instead. because i said so. foo.gif

LOL. Jeni's recipes have been excellent and foolproof. Neener.
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LOL. Jeni's recipes have been excellent and foolproof. Neener.
disapprove of the use of cornstarch. was not impressed by flavors when i tested them. imrubberyourgluewhateveryousaybouncesoffofmeandstickstoyou.
post #6355 of 7382
We use a little tapioca starch instead. Still cheating perhaps but that's perhaps the foolproof part. Did you try the roasted cherry & chèvre? I do need to get the Lebowitz.
arguingicecreamislikearguingpizzaandpoliticsandreligion.
post #6356 of 7382
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post

i've got a cuisinart too. works great. don't like the jeni book. use david lebovitz's "the perfect scoop" instead. because i said so. foo.gif

+1, great book.
post #6357 of 7382
OK well my decision has been made. Going to check both books out at the library.

Really though, was hoping for some choice Los Angeles Times spam[1].gif

Oh well, foodguy leaves me disappointed again.
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

OK well my decision has been made. Going to check both books out at the library.

Really though, was hoping for some choice Los Angeles Times spam[1].gif

Oh well, foodguy leaves me disappointed again.

twss
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Which brand of tomato paste is best? Or are they all pretty much the same?
post #6360 of 7382
I mostly buy Mutti. I don't think they differ a lot, aside from concentration.
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