In the Wild with Greg Wagner


Much Ado About Snow (Ice Cream) by Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
January 7, 2010, 1:06 pm
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With the blizzard-like conditions keeping us all indoors, why not find a way to have some fun and make the best of it? Why not make some snow ice cream as a lunchtime treat? Mmm, good! That’s what we in the Omaha Office of the Game and Parks Commission chose to do on this frigid day.

As you can see  below, this is a simple recipe that your family, or office crew, will enjoy. Try it! See you out there!

Ingredients:

Snow

Condensed Milk

Sugar (optional)

Vanilla

Chocolate Syrup (optional)

First, you have to gather a bowl of fresh clean snow, not a difficult task lately. Then mix in enough condensed milk to give it the consistency of real ice cream. Add sugar, vanilla and/or chocolate syrup to taste.

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Greg,

At supper last night I told the family what you did at work on Thursday. Ha.

Daniel said it was good to know there was a recipe for making snow ice cream, because now we could eat our way out of the house (might need to do that).

Emily immediately went to the computer to see your recipe!

It may be a long, cold winter, but little diversions like yours is what helps us get through it!

Daryl B.

Comment by Daryl Bauer

Memories, memories, I will never forget making the snow ice cream. Same recipe too. Of course the Chocolate syrup was a must. Thanks for the good work of adding something special to us readers. Keep up the GREAT work.

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