I luv it ...and passed it to all who live with me...sooooo tired of going to get ice for my drink and the bin is empty..grrrrrrr
To funny. However. My niece was telling me just yesterday that the power went out and how hard it was to cook dinner because she could not open a can. Wonder if their is a can opener recipe?
Why, I use this very same exact recipe!! I follow the exact same steps. A wonderful classic. I will definitely make this again and again, especially in the summer. Thank you for the awesome recipe. :0)
I believe your recipe is going viral....Oprah, here you come :)
The directions are not clear enough, I got my foot stuck in the dryer.
Thanks so much for sharing!! For the longest time, I felt compelled to prop open the freezer door with ice cube trays, but thanks to you, I'm starting to overcome that bad habit. Also, glad that you remembered to include those two extra tablespoons of water in the ingredient list--most people forget about those. Just one improvement you could make to this recipe: list the step-by-step instructions for removing the frozen ice cubes. I'd really appreciate it, and I'm sure a lot of other would too. <br/>***I recently tried this recipe using diet water and definitely recommend it.
They say "a watched pot never boils" and this apparently is true when making this recipe.<br/>In anticipation of other recipes coming to fruition, I have watched bread rise, peaks on my lemon meringue, and bacon sizzle. I thought that this would be another opportunity to see my ice cube itself.<br/><br/>After placing the trays into the freezer, I watched with anticipation and after 8 hours of my staring with the door wide open, I was greeted to the sound of my freezer motor shutting down and blowing a fuse.<br/><br/>Apparently this recipe takes a great deal of electricity so might I suggest one should only try this recipe if one lives in a climate below 32 degrees or use a series of generators with which to create this most sought after masterpiece of culinary arts...
Pay special attention to Step 2 of the directions... It reads that you must FILL with cold water. One swipe under running water does not constitute the approximate two cups of water called for in this recipe. These cubes do NOT rise on their own like recipes that contain yeast or baking soda. What you put into the tray is what you will yield.
2 HOURS?? Ain't nobody got time for that! Do you have a microwave method? Please hurry your response!
Love this recipe. Do you by any chance know how to make hot water soup? I've been searching for it for years after seeing it on Green Acres.