Printed in Regina, Saskatewan, Canada, printed in 1989. Just one province away from me, or 6 hours away of driving (give or take). Never heard of that term, it's a chocolate recipe book.
1/4 cocoa 2 tbsp corn syrup 2 eggs 2 1/2 cups creamilk 2 cups vanilla ice cream 2 cups choclate ice cream 10 oz bottle chilled soda water
Mix the first 5 ingredients in a blender on high until frothy, about 1 minute. Divide into 4 chilled glasses, then add the chocolate ice cream, and top with soda water. The book is divided into sections, it's in the milk section.
Edited by: ALLEYCAT12380 at: 10/24/2012 (08:54)
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10/24/12 3:14 A
Where is the book from? (country I mean)
I collect old cookery books and sometimes local terms, countries terms etc can be quite different.
I would tend to agree this may mean cream milk as in full fat milk... but also agree share the recipe so we have the context!
I adore old cookery books, I have a huge shelf full! Interested in seeing your update!
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10/24/12 12:01 A
What is the recipe for, and what is the measurement for the ingredient in question?
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