It’s Ice Cream Friday at KCLY

We’ve already made and eaten homemade ice cream. A great way to start Friday! I’m sure we’ll have some for lunch, too!

The vanilla recipe we used was from Mary Greenlee and the chocolate one was found online. It was a little different than the traditional recipes with cream and eggs. For the chocolate, all you need is sweetened condensed milk, cool whip and chocolate milk. Both recipes turned out great!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for participating with us!

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Thanks for the Recipes!

Duane Toews digging into our Friday Homemade Ice Cream; celebrating National Ice Cream Month…It was delicious! Thanks for the recipes…Breakfast of Champions!

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Ice Cream Recipes

There are still a few days left in July to enjoy National Ice Cream Month.

Thanks to all who shared their homemade ice cream recipes with us. Now, we want to share those recipes with you! We will be making both vanilla and chocolate at the station to enjoy this Friday. Won’t you join us in making your own?

This recipe is from Cindy Kahrs

MOCHA ICE CREAM

4 1/2 C half & half
2 1/4 C sugar
4 1/2 T instant coffee
6 C whipping cream

Combine all in cream canister. Stir until sugar dissolves. Freeze as directed.

*This recipe is for a large ice cream maker-do the math for a smaller version

 

These next two are from Elelanor McChesney

Here is the recipe (somewhat modified) my mother used. She had farm fresh eggs and plenty of cream and milk.
MOM FRY’S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM
Figure one egg (or equivalent amount of Egg Beaters) for each quart of ice cream you are making.
One half as many cups of sugar as the number of eggs 1-1 1/2 teaspoons pure vanilla or to taste; few drops of lemon extract; dash of salt.
Beat these ingredients together until light and fluffy. Add 1-1 1/2 boxes of instant pudding mix, any flavor desired and beat a little longer. Add 1 quart cream or half and half (more or less as desired) and beat again. (I have used liquid coffee creamer for lactose intolerant people.) Pour into ice cream canister and add enough whole milk to fill the can about 3/4 full. Freeze as directed.

 

CHOCOLATE MALT ICE CREAM
For 1 gallon of ice cream:
1 small pkg. of instant chocolate pudding mix
2 eggs or equivalent amoung of Egg Beaters
1 1/2 cups sugar
1/2 cup cocoa powder
1 1/2 cups malted milk powder
1 cup whipping cream or liquid non-dairy coffee creamer
2 pints half and half
Whip the eggs; add sugar, cocoa. Add other ingredients alternately with malted milk powder. Add to freezer can and enough whole milk to fill the can 3/4 full. Freeze as directed.

 

These next two were dropped off at the radio station

 

ELIMINATOR VANILLA ICE CREAM (makes 4 qts)

1 cup sugar

1 12 oz can evaporated milk

1 can sweetened condensed milk

1 pint heavy whipping cream

3 t. Vanilla

Milk to the “fill” line

 

VANILLA ICE CREAM (1 gal)

2 c sugar

6 eggs

1 qt. cream

2 – 12oz cans evaporated milk

¼- ½  c vanilla

Pinch salt

1 jigger of “Crown Royal” (must be Crown Royal)

Add milk if needed to reach fill line in freezer

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Twin Valley and Green Team Remote Today

KCLY is broadcasting live at the Green Team in Clay Center. Check out the new wifi Hotspot; the Dunk Tank and a take a chance to win a Dodge Dart…food and treats too.

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Auction for Leland McCollum

Auction Items for Leland (Red) McCollum

July 20, 2012 – 1:00pm

1. Knock out rose bush, does well in the sun. Hardy hydrangea, lime light, white with green tinge, does well in the shade. Donated by Bergstrom’s Greenhouse

2. 1/2 Hog – Donated by Henry’s LTD and processed by Clay Center Locker – Ready in 2-3 weeks. Packaged however you want it – Processing sponsored by United Bank & Trust & Union State Bank

3. (1) Large pizza of your choice each month for a year from Clay Center Pizza Hut – Donated by the Clay Center Pizza Hut. Plus (4) KC Royals Baseball Tickets with parking pass – based on available games – Donated by Rose Pritchard of Bernie’s Pizza Company.

4. (2) hours housecleaning, yard work or miscellaneous work by Leann Bott-Spomer

5. A day at the spa. (1) hr massage, pedicure, manicure & cut & style at the Mane Effect – Massage donated by the Mane Effect

6. A $10 meal a month for a year from Nelson’s Landing – sponsored by Wardcraft Homes Inc.

7. 32″ Toshiba flat screen TV – HD LCD from Radio Shack – Donated by Patterson’s Healthmart & Radio Shack

8. 1/2 Hog – Donated by Henry’s LTD & Processed by Clay Center Locker – Ready in 2-3 weeks. Packaged however you want it.

Make checks out to: Leland McCollum Fund

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They Live!

It’s fuzzy…but here’s a picture of our biggest Sea Munster. We think he might be the biggest because he’s eaten all but one of the others. It always looks as though the other remaining one is hiding from him in fear.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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KCLY On Line!

If you travel outside the KCLY listening area; we’re still with you now. Just head to our home page; click ‘KCLY Listen Live’ and you got us. KCLY now on line; check it out!

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National Ice Cream Month

It has come to our attention that July is National Ice Cream Month and we’re a little sad that we haven’t been celebrating it already. After much debate on the air this morning as to the best kind of ice cream, Rocky and Chelsie decided that you just can’t beat homemade vanilla.

It just wouldn’t be right for us to continue to not celebrate National Ice Cream Month, so we need your help! We are looking for your favorite homemade ice cream recipe. We’ll compile a list, share the recipes with you and choose one for us to make and try at the KCLY studios.

Send your recipe to us in the comment section of the blog, by emailing us at webmaster@kclyradio.com or by posting it to our Facebook page.

Join us in continuing to Celebrate Summer!

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A Change in The Vinyl Years

I hope you tune in Monday thru Friday nights for the Vinyl Years. Those of you who hang out with Flip and I in the 60′s at 6; the 70′s at 7 and the 80′s at 8 p.m. know that things are a little different once we hit 9 p.m. We are taking one individual year from the 60′s; 70′s or 80′s and giving you a ‘backstage’ pass into that year. Digging into info about the music, the pop culture, the headlines and more.
Come check it all out sometime…it’s fun living in the Vinyl Years!

Rock On,

Rocky

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Saving for Later

My birthday is coming up soon! I realize I’m getting older and am supposed to start hating my birthday – but I don’t, at least not yet. And thinking about my birthday starts me thinking about presents! ( I know – I’m just like a kid.) And while thinking about presents, it made me think of that other time of the year when everyone is buying gifts. Christmas is less than 6 months away, and it’s never too soon to start planning ahead.

One of my favorite Bank Accounts is the Christmas Club account. Most banks and credit unions offer some sort of account similar to this. It’s usually a savings account you transfer money into weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or whatever works for you. These accounts typically don’t allow you to withdraw money, or might penalize you if you do withdraw money, before a certain day (typically sometime in late October.) Talk about a good incentive to put some money away, and leave it there! You then receive all those savings, either by check or transferring into your checking account, so you’re ready to spend it.

I have an idea of how much money I spend every holiday season, I divided that by about 40 or 45, and transferred that amount out of my checking account and into this Special Occasion Account weekly. And yes, I know there’s 52 weeks in a year, but this gives me a little leeway. If you start an account like this now, you’ll need to figure the amount you want to have saved up, the number of weeks you have until you’ll need the money, and how often you want to transfer money (maybe every payday or maybe every Monday.) And some people will just deposit money whenever they can. Maybe once a month you gather up all the coins from everyone’s pockets and deposit that money, or maybe you have a little side project and so all the money from that goes into this account.

Being able to save ahead of time, especially for a time of year when you know you’ll spend a large amount of money, is very important. By using these savings, you won’t have to put everything on a credit card and end up paying those Finance Fees. So call your bank today, ask them about your options, and start saving!

 

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