Pawpaw flavored Cholev Yisroel Ice Cream

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  • #610771
    Kosher Ham
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    I’ve got a very limited supply of pawpaws & plan to make some ice cream sourced from Lamer’s cholev yisroel milk & cream, possibly this week-end. It won’t be cheap, either, since the cream is rather expensive. My kailim (dishes) used have only been used with Lamer’s cholev yisroel products and I’m a p/t mashgiach with the /cRc. Anyone in the Chicago metro area interested?

    #977001
    Bookworm120
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    Nice /cRc logo! 🙂 Good luck – ice cream making can be a lot of fun!

    What’s a pawpaw, by the way?

    #977002
    rebdoniel
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    What do pawpaws taste like?

    And if you made kosher ham, that would impress me. I’ve tried making it before, with a leg of lamb I get from a Sephardic shochet/menaker in NJ. Came out really well.

    #977003
    Kosher Ham
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    Bookworm120, I don’t think that URLs are allowed in the coffee room, but go to Wikipedia & enter “pawpaw”; it’s the disambiguation link to the fruit.

    rebdoniel, my monikor is a reference to being an Orthodox FCC-licensed amateur radio operator, not to the oxymoron reference of kosher ham. Ham, in my case, is a slang term for an FCC-licensed amateur radio operator.

    #977004
    Outsider
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    Hmmm… that gives me an idea. Etrog flavored ice cream next year!

    #977005
    Bookworm120
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    @Kosher Ham – Ahhh, cool! That sounds cool.

    @Outsider – Esrog-flavored ice cream sounds delicious! I’m hoping to make jam out of mine, but I don’t know if it’s even usable anymore….

    #977006
    rebdoniel
    Member

    Ah, ok, kosher ham. Haven’t heard of people having ham radios in years.

    #977007
    Kosher Ham
    Member

    You don’t need a ham radio to be on the amateur radio bands these days. All you need is to either be registered in the EchoLink app or download the EchoLink software onto your computer and you can be talking through EchoLink-ed ham radio repeaters anywhere in the world.

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