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Don Morey of Elk City Grabs Ice Cream Title at State Fair of Oklahoma

Mon, 19 Sep 2011 06:43:20 CDT

Don Morey of Elk City Grabs Ice Cream Title at State Fair of Oklahoma The 2011 Cow to Cone State Fair Ice Cream contest was held Sunday at the 2011 State Fair of Oklahoma- and the overall winner of the event was Larry Don Morey of Elk City. Morey made "Very Beriee Scrumptious Strawberry Ice Cream- and it was the favorite of the judges, winning the Fruit Category- then picking up the People's Choice award as the crowd favorite as well.


Pictured here is Morey with the 2011 Dairy Princess Taylor German of Cushing. We have his winning recipe for this tasty concoction below. Click here for our Flickr set of pictures from the 2011 State Fair of Oklahoma- which includes several pics from the Ice Cream Contest.



People's Choice
1st place Donnie Morey, Elk City (Very Berriee Scrumptious Strawberry Ice Cream)
2nd place Jessica Cockroft, Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream


Vanilla
1st place Ann Darnold, Norman, Vanilla Custard Ice Cream
2nd place Jessica Cockroft, Rich Homestyle Ice Cream


Fruit
1st place Donnie Morey, Elk City, Very Berriee Scrumptious Strawberry Ice Cream
2nd place Harold Buehring, Caribbean Pineapple-Lime Ice Cream
3rd place Jessica Cockroft, Peachy Keen Homemade Ice Cream


Mix-ins and all others   
1st place tie:
Jessica Cockroft, Blueberry Cheesecake Ice Cream
Martha Buehring, Key Lime Pie Ice Cream


Very Beriee Scrumptious Strawberry Ice Cream

Ingredients:
One 16 ounce carton of Egg Beaters
1/2 Pint of Real Whipping cream
1 quart half and half
3 Cups of Sugar
1 teaspoon of Pure Vanilla Extract
1 teaspoon salt
2 16 ounce tubs of frozen starwberries- thawed


In a large bowl, mic Egg Beaters, whipping cream, half & half, salt and vanilla. Mix untik well blended.

Add strawberries and mic at low speed.

Pour mixture into 1.5 gallon electric ice cream freezer. Add milk to fill line. Cover canister with plactic wrap or lid. Plug in Freezer. Alternate laters of ice with rock salt sprinkled on top of ice. Freeze 2-25 minutes or until the motor stops.

Remove paddle when ice cream is finished and repack cannister with salt and ice. Cover with blanket until served.



   



 

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