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    Thursday, July 08, 2010


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    A suit of ice sounds good. Hmmm... wet clothes in the freezer... This could work!


    Lovely rose petal pulp. . . and I'll take another round of ice, please.


    The rose petal paste is lovely. Ice will sleep with you or anyone, but it's just sooo predictable.


    Thanks, I feel cooler already!


    Oooooh, ice.


    Pretty petal paste. It would make an awesome colorway!

    Lori on Little Traverse Bay

    I though maybe it was beet ice cream... ;)

    It's beautiful!


    If I could eat ice cream I'd be right over despite the travel time! But, knowing you, it would be gone by the time I arrived.

    Seanna Lea

    We washed and dried our sheets yesterday and then put them in the freezer. It didn't help nearly as much as I wanted it to (heck, I'm not sure it helped at all).

    In other delicious things. Lemon Buttermilk Sherbet is wonderful, refreshing and is low enough in both calories and fat to be an almost healthy treat. Yum!


    oh fer cryin' out loud, Norma. You're breaking my heart with that rose petal paste to make rose petal ice cream and rose petal rose petal rose petal, MMMMmmmmmmmmmmm. ;^)
    Sorry it's so damned hot in your neck of the woods, hoping it cools off soon! xox




    Beautiful ice cream! I have beeen accused of trying to climb into my freezer...and justifiably so! Yesterday and Tuesday the weather phone line listed Baltimore City temperature as 109! The airport (which is probably more accurate for my home...not quite so much concrete and asphalt) was 103....and to think I complained about the snow!


    Just to make you laugh - the Brits have issued a Heat Advisory! It's going to get near 87F! Watch out!!!

    Rhonda from Baddeck

    We've been getting to the upper 90s every afternoon this week, and finally a storm went through today. It's dropped to 77 degrees (although still very humid). I hope you get some of that relief coming your way soon!

    so pretty!


    The temperature today plummeted to 82! Mercy at last! That rose petal ice looks too good to be true even at a reasonable temperature.


    mmmm, and hubby just got me a food processor! So.... it calls for "old Petals" ?? lol, what is the definition of an old petal?

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