Sea-Salt Ice Cream RecipeMore Like This
Sea-Salt Ice Cream
Wire whisk or fork
Medium sized saucepan
Medium sized bowl
1 cup measure
1 teaspoon measure
Ice-cream maker or ice-pop molds or a cooler of liquid nitrogen (optional)
1 heart (optional get it)
1 cup milk
1 cup sugar
1 cup heavy cream
1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
blue and green food coloring (optional)
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2. Crack 2 eggs into the bowl and whisk well for a few minutes. A wire whisk works best but a fork can do in a pinch.
3. Add the cup of sugar into the eggs and continue to whisk well until creamy.
4. Heat the milk in the saucepan over medium heat until warmish hot while constantly stirring with the wooden spoon (do not use a metal spoon it will scratch your pot and make the milk burn easier). The milk should be right before boiling, but do not
The Dark SideI stepped out into the yard.More Like This
I was out of sorts, upset.
I needed the fresh air.
Something caught my eye
and it startled me.
It was my shadow,
bold in the afternoon sun.
I stared at it.
My silhouette mimicked something.
"Sinister." I thought.
What was it?
I stared harder,
struggling to make sense of this feeling.
I saw it. I saw what had made me so
uneasy, looking at my own dark outline.
It stood out like an angry blot
against the sunny yellow siding of the house.
I clearly faced the villainous shape
of someone I had always feared as a young child.
My shadow looked like Darth Vader.
It was his shadow I saw.
As I stomped, despondent, around
in the weeds, he had appeared
like a warning from my subconscious.
Or a beckoning.
I considered it.
I could fly off the handle.
No one would know.
I laughed a nervous twitter.
It was silly.
But I had to wonder...
Why couldn't it have been someone else?
I let my mood lighten