Mexico: One Plate At A Time Episodes

Ice-Cream Social

To celebrate a friend's birthday, Rick reinvents a tradition from his Oklahoma childhood: the ice-cream social.
Products Used in this Episode:

Old Fashioned Wooden Ice Cream Maker -- These large wooden models are made by White Mountain. You can buy them directly from their online store.

Frozen Canister Ice Cream Maker -- You can find many different varieties on Amazon.com. Rick has had good luck with the one made by Cuisinart.

Handheld Lime Juicer -- This tool is an essential. Find it at Williams-Sonoma.

Ice Cream Cone Iron and Wooden Tool -- You can find this cool tool at Amazon.com. It is a Nordic Ware Krumkake Iron with Rolling Cone.

Spice Grinder -- Of the many spice grinders available, Rick likes the one by Kitchenaid because it has a removable bowl that washes easily.

Segment 1
Ice-Cream Maker
Ice-Cream Maker
Rick pulls out the ice-cream maker to show you how easy and fun homemade ice-cream can be.
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Segment 2
Mexican Chocolate Chile Ice Cream
Mexican Chocolate Chile Ice Cream
Rick prepares a Mexican chocolate-chile ice-cream that serves up a one-two punch of creamy coolness, and spicy heat.
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Segment 3
Ice-Cream Cones
Ice-Cream Cones
Rick makes his own ice-cream cones.
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Segment 4
Party Time
Party Time
A cool treat can make for a hot party!
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Segment 5
Watermelon-Raspberry Ice
Watermelon-Raspberry Ice
Rick whips up a raspberry-watermelon raspado with fruit salsa.
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Segment 6
Cream Cheese Ice Cream with Ate
Cream Cheese Ice Cream with Ate
Rick prepares a delicious ice-cream made with cream cheese.
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