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Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
#1221069 Mon Jun 12 2017 02:13 PM
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Grigg Offline OP
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We make a lot of ice cream, finally we've gotten quite efficient at it.

Here's a video from Friday.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UrXMroUNqpE

Grigg


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Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221076 Mon Jun 12 2017 02:58 PM
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I remember the days of hand-cranked. We fought to be the first to crank but that did not last long. A guy at work gave me a no mixer recipe homemade freezer ice cream. I bought Breyers yesterday and it in no way taste like home made. Thanks for bringing back the memories.But your post lead me to this one then another and so on.

Last edited by WE b OLD; Mon Jun 12 2017 03:20 PM.

Ron, The Computer Greek
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Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221086 Mon Jun 12 2017 04:20 PM
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Socket Breaker
so ya put an electric motor on a hand cranked job or what?

Oh, I see the description now in the video comments...

Interesting rig. Would love to know more details about it, but that's just because I like contraptions.

Looks like you have a good capacity there too. oh, wow, 5 gallons of ice cream at a time, must be some kinda party!

The one I have and grew up with has an electric motor on the top.

I need to get it out and fire it up. grin

-W

Last edited by Woogeroo; Mon Jun 12 2017 04:24 PM.
Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221105 Mon Jun 12 2017 06:46 PM
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I have seen and had Ice cream out of that mixer.
Grigg knows how to make ice cream!
Also, the mixer is an engineered work of art, Grigg III and his Dad, Grigg II can build anything.
They are also both great cooks.

Good job and video!
Don


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Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221108 Mon Jun 12 2017 07:04 PM
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I am not quite sure but I think I saw a black cat scoop out a paw-ful of ice cream when you were out of the picture!

Just kidding - thanks for sharing!


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Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221159 Tue Jun 13 2017 12:55 AM
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While we are on the topic of ice cream. I can eat a gallon of Ben and Jerry's or similar high end hard ice cream without any problem. Same with frozen yogurt, milk, and cheese.
The low end ice cream will put me in a bad way in exactly 20 minutes. Same goes for soft serve ice cream. I have to avert my eyes when driving past a Dairy Queen just to be sure.
Cool Whip does the same thing.
These clean me out like an extreme overdose of Exlax. Afterwards, I am just fine.
What could be the mystery ingredient?

Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221214 Tue Jun 13 2017 12:33 PM
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Just to say you are not alone Carl. My ex-wife like to go to the local soft ice cream parlor in the MGA in the summer but I would not order and it made her upset. I sometimes think it is partly the lactose and to much sugar.


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1960 MGA Roadster Sold 7/18/2017
1954 3100 Chevy truck in the Gallery
2017 Buick Encore
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Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221231 Tue Jun 13 2017 02:18 PM
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That is a great serious ice cream maker you have built Grigg

I sure could of used this larger way of making it a few years ago when I took my small ice cream maker to one of our family reunions..

Every one likes the ice cream maker and his ice cream ,,but some do not think about all the steady work that goes into keeping up with all the ice cream eaters,, ( A good smile goes here)











Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221236 Tue Jun 13 2017 02:57 PM
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Grigg Offline OP
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Thanks guys,

idaho39, yes, good for family reunions as well.
https://goo.gl/photos/VrDx5DK9ChzT3RdP9

Prior to the big one several/lots of people brought ice cream to the reunions 6qt at a time (most have the standard White Mountain electric 6 qt) which isn't a bad way to do it either, variety of flavors but not enough of any one for everyone.


1951 GMC 250 in the Project Journals [stovebolt.com]
1948 Chevrolet 6400 [stovebolt.com] - Detroit Diesel 4-53T - Roadranger 10 speed overdrive - 4 wheel disc brakes
1952 Chevrolet 3800 pickup [stovebolt.com]
---All pictures [picasaweb.google.com]---
"First, get a clear notion of what you desire to accomplish, and then in all probability you will succeed in doing it..." -Henry Maudslay-
Re: Homemade Ice Cream in 24 seconds
Grigg #1221350 Wed Jun 14 2017 07:42 AM
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Grigg that ice cream unit would be star of the show at Kansas City at the reunion


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