Intelligencer Journal from Lancaster, Pennsylvania on November 14, 1984 · 32
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Intelligencer Journal from Lancaster, Pennsylvania · 32

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4 FOOD & FASHION, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1984 y V 'MA ' . v v i 'Btinr,v' Coast to coast regional floats. (Foreground) West Coast Samba root beer, strawberries, bananas and orange sherbet; (right background) root beer topped with Vermont Maple Walnut Ice Cream makes a tasty New England Maple Cooler and in a cowboy boot mug, what else but a Texas Quencher made with root beer and cinnamon ice cream. Don't Desert Root Beer Floats Just Because It's Winter Just because the cold months have arrived, is no reason to give up the pleasure of root beer floats. A "make your own float" ending to a dinner party is a nice alternative to the more usual "make your own sundaes" dessert. A root beer float is both dessert and after dinner drink in one and has another bonus, there is no caffeine. Experimenting with different ice creams adds a whole new dimension to one of America's favorite drinks. Try our root beer float recipes from different parts of the country. Anne Lindsay Greer of Dallas recommends trying Texas favorites, cinnamon or praline ice cream. She feeis root beer floats go great with barbecue and nachos (the rich smooth taste of the float balances the spiciness of the food). Up in Burlington, Vermont, Ben & Jerry's, the town's favorite ice cream spot, serves root beer floats with maple walnut or heath-bar crunch ice cream. Margaret Fox, owner of Cafe Beaujolais in Mendocino, California, would stick with vanilla or maybe opt for crunchy butter brickie ice cream. In Maryland, you'll find root beer floats served with coconut and peach ice cream. Traveling around the country, you should be aware of differences in root beer floats nomenclature. For example, in the Midwest, order a Brown Cow if you want a vanilla ice cream root beer float, a Black Cow if you want a chocolate root beer float. In Kentucky a root beer float is called an ice cream soda No matter where you are, the "safe" way to get a delicious ice cream treat is to order root beer with any of the ice creams recommended, or the ice cream typical of your reigon. WEST COAST SAMBA V? cup fruit (bananas and strawberries) sliced Root Beer 1 scoop orange sherbet Place fruit in bottom of a very tall glass. Fill 34 with cold root beer. Add scoop of range sherbet. Garnish with fresh fruit, if desired. (Makes 1 serving.) NEW ENGLAND MAPLE COOLER Root Beer 2 scoops Vermont Maple Walnut Ice Cream (recipe below) In a 14 oz. glass, pour cold beer until full. Add one scoop of ice cream to the root beer. Carefully place second scoop on top so that ice cream edges the glass. (Makes 1 serving.) VERMONT MAPLE WALNUT ICE CREAM 'i cup pure maple syrup 3 egg yolks 1 teaspoon vanilla Dash salt 1 cup chopped walnuts 1 cup whipping cream In a small saucepan, bring syrup to a boil. Lower heat; simmer 2 minutes in an electric mixer bowl, beat egg yolks on high speed until thick. Gradually pour hot syrup into yolks in a slow, steady stream, beating constantly until mixture is cool and like whipped cream. Stir in vanilla, salt and nuts. Whip cream to soft peaks; fold into yolk mixture. Pour into shallow pan; freeze. (Makes about 1 quart). TEXAS QUENCHER Root Beer 2 scoops cinnamon ice cream (recipe below) Cinnamon sticks (optional) In a 14 oz. glass or mug, pour cold root beer until full. Add one scoop of ice cream to the root beer. Carefully place second scoop on top so that ice cream edges the top of glass. If desired, garnish with cinnamon sticks. (Makes 1 serving). CINNAMON ICE CREAM 4 egg yolks 1 can (14-Vi ounces) sweetened condensed milk 1 cup half and half V teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 2 cups heavy cream In a large mixing bowl, beat egg yolks until thick. Add sweetened condensed milk, half and half, cinnamon and vanilla. Mix well. In a separate mixing bowl, beat heavy cream until soft peaks form. Fold into egg mixture. Pour into container and freeze. (Makes I-V2 quarts.) BLACK COW Root Beer 2 scoops chocolote ice cream In a 14 oz. glass or mug. pour cold root beer until 3i full. Add one scoop of ice cream to the root beer. Carefully place second scoop on top so that ice cream edges the glass. (Makes 1 serving.) Apple Pancake Doubles As Entree and Dessert Baked Apple Pancake 2 tablespoons butter cup sugar, divided V4 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 large cooking apple, cored and sliced 3 eggs Vi cup milk ' cup all-purpose flour Vi teaspoon salt In 10-inch omelet pan or skillet with overproof handle over medium heat, melt butter. Tilt pan to evenly coat with butter Combine 3 tablespoons of the suear with cinnamon and sprinkle evenly over butter Arrange apple slices over sugar mixture in pan Cook, turning apple slices occasionally, until crisp-tender, about 3 to 4 minutes Meanwhile beat together cegs, rr.i'K. fliHir. remaining stitar and sa't unt;l smooth Carefully pour over apple slices Bake m preheated 430 F. om S minutes Reduce heat to Cold Weather Brings Coats Out of the Closet This pure Scottish Shetland oversized Balmaccon top coat, featuring sixteen different colors woven together, is worn here with an indoor weight Shetland jacket of a similar pattern. For a more casual look, this walking coat is the answer. Made of imported lambskin and shearling, it features stitched welt pockets, side buckles and an oversized snoulder. 01 ills 111 We're with you. Finns DomUle SWIFT'S -10-IBS.& UP Butterball Turkeys TOP FROST 10-LBS. & UP! 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