Lightly fold in lime-milk mixture into the whipped
cream, until well blended.
It's denser and richer than the fat-frees and has that marvelous mouthfeel of ice-cream-parlor whipped
Allowing your customers to experience high-quality whipped
cream made at home is a great way to excite them about the category.
The horse must be given time to respond before being whipped
First, on 3 August, the Nashville correspondent of the Radical Cincinnati Gazette, a paper that did not ordinarily publish crime reports from rural counties in Middle Tennessee, filed a story of the whipping under the headline "More Outrages by the Ku-Klux Democracy." Ten days later, the conservative editor of the Fayetteville Observer in Lincoln Cou nty, under the title "A Whipped
Negro," published a rebuttal of the Cincinnati account.
That's why souffles, chocolate mousse, meringue and whipped
cream are so revered for their texture.
The prosecutor has "whipped
" the white community into a panic about Davis's inciting of racial upheaval.
A food processor (or blender) with a metal blade pulls in little air, producing a dense, thick foam with little volume; the process is also so fast you can easily end up with butter instead of whipped
To fat-conscious eaters, whipped
heavy cream must seem like the ultimate no-no, with about 400 calories per cup, nearly all derived from fat.
It is said horses are the only animals whipped
in the name of sport.
An ordinary venti (24-ounce) Coffee Frappuccino has 350 calories (roughly 480 if you ask for whipped
A quick refresher on the cream whipper's many facets might just inspire you, your staff, and your sales to freshly whipped
Although it resembles the classic mousseline sauce--hollandaise augmented by whipped
cream--this variation is less rich and less tricky to make.
Enjoy the freshest and most natural-tasting whipped
or flavored cream and light desserts in just seconds, without the time and effort of hand whipping.