Hey Whitney, I normally store in a snap-lock (Tupperware-like) container. I also bought some of the cardboard containers (shown in second to last photo) that it is normally sold in, which are good for giving as gifts and also if you want a pretty photo.
OMG: this post is totally enough to make me run out today & buy an ice cream maker…
i confess i have not made ice cream @ home…@ workshops yes…but this is so tempting!
tim, do you still recommend the cuisinart ice? & as you suggest…i will purchase dl’s the perfect scoop!
Hi Tim, I thought her homemade meal sounds like something you would love! (i.e. the What’s for dinner question and answer of homemade orecchiette with delicata squash, roasted chestnuts, pecorino and sage.) Thanks for another feature on the great places in your town.
Thanks for sharing, Tim. The flavours you mentioned sound fantastic! Of course, it just so happens that I’ve just left Chicago for the holidays…but as soon as I get back, I’m definitely going to have to rope a friend with a car into driving to the North side for a special ice-cream run.
I LOVE Snooklefritz ice cream. I actually worked with Nancy AGES ago at Okno (The food world in very tiny indeed) . I recently had her Rose Valhrona ice cream. All I can say is WOW. Loved the flavor profile. Nancy is queen when it comes to amazing flavor combos.
I love your bravery of making frigid desserts in frigid climates. I just moved my ice cream maker to the back of the cabinet and my slow cooker to the front. You’ve inspired me and just maybe we’ll see something frozen on Christmas. Okay I live in LA and it’s not quite as bold.
Thanks for another amazing idea. Your site is so great!
Thanks, Sherri! I’m usually in Los Angeles for Christmas and I know that you have no right to complain about weather! It is perfect ice cream time for you. Try the bourbon ice cream, too. It is incredible. Happy Christmas!