... when you lose someone you love there are no words to really explain it. I think about my sister every day. my two cousins are obviously the biggest babes in the world first of all, but second the most fun sisters i know! i dunno what i would do without them i love them way to much! love you mandarin and zo
Split the vanilla bean pod in half and scrape the beans out and place the pod and the beans in the pot.
Add the whole milk and heavy cream.
Over medium heat, heat the mixture until little bubbles start to form around the edges of the pot, but it is not at a boil.
Remove from heat.
In a medium bowl, whisk the egg yolks until they start to lighten a bit(this takes a few minutes with vigorous whisking).
Gradually add the sugar while still whisking.
CAREFULLY start to add some of the hot milk into the egg mixture.
Do this by taking about 1/4 cup of the hot milk mixture at a time and slowly adding it to the egg mixture while whisking. Do it slowly or you will have scrambled eggs!
Continue to incorporate the milk into the eggs until about half of it is mixed in.
Pour the tempered egg mixture into the pot on the stove with the remaining milk.
Cook on low heat until the mixture is thickened and the temperature is 170(egg safety).
Pour it into a bowl and allow to sit a room temperature until it is no longer steaming.
Stir in vanilla and vodka
Cover tightly and place into the refrigerator overnight.
Remove from fridge and remove the split vanilla bean pod.
Pour into ice cream maker and follow manufactures directions.
A few minutes before the ice cream is done, add the Nutella and peanut butter by the spoonful.
Add the banana. Continue in the ice cream maker for another minute or so.
The vodka imparts no flavor. This is just to keep the ice cream from totally freezing like a rock after you put it in the freezer. It also helps it soften up a little faster when you remove it from the freezer…just a little trick I learned.
a few days ago i posted a delicious treat idea i found. and guess what? my neighbor is the sweetest human alive, i opened my door to a smiling face holding a grocery bag of all the things i would need. and might i say.. IT WAS DELICIOUS!
I may have to admit to a little obsession of mine. skateboarding .. i don't know when it started but i can say Lords of Dogtown has been in my top 10 movies for some time. there is just something about it that i love! yep
i was recently given a record player by someone way to awesome to function! I must say it's more satisfying then you would think i may be feeling a slight addiction coming on. Ps. there ain't nothin better then the good ol black keys!