I recently learned how to make ice-cream.
It’s really good – so much better than bougten, in my opinion.
And making my own helps my kids learn patience – none of this buy-it-on-a-whim-from-a-grocery-store nonsense. No, sir! If you want ice-cream, you have to wait until it’s made.
This is what I love the most about all-from-scratch foods – they teach the sense of appreciation stemming from the knowledge of what it takes to put them on the table.
Starting with raising the veggies and the cattle.
That is, starting with my husband raising the veggies and the cattle.
Things like this.
Anyhow, with the incredible recent heat wave, I jumped into the making of various ice-creams and never looked back.
This here is the raspberry ice-cream I made when the raspberries were peaking at our farm. We liked it very much. You can find the recipe here:
Try it with blackberries, too!
Here is more of my ice-cream experiments: