Cookies and Ice Cream: How to Pre-Scoop by Jesse Bluma



Cookies and Ice Cream:  How to Pre-Scoop





Create perfect scoops of ice cream to serve with my cookies.  The Cuisipro Ice Cream Scoop makes that possible.  Reminiscent of Thrifty, the closed drug store, this scoop makes that signature cylindrical form.  Print and keep the directions below for pre-scooping for parties.

"Cuisipro produces a range of kitchen tools, utensils and accessories that are as functional and innovative as they are beautiful.  Catering to a broad global customer base, including both home chefs and professionals, Cuisipro offers more than 200 products, from graters and pop-molds to tongs and kitchen utensils; they have a tool that will help ease any kitchen task.  As a testament to Cuisipro’s commitment to quality products and customer service, their products are protected with a multi-year warranty."




Pre-scooping Ice Cream
by Jesse Bluma


1.  Make room for a cookie sheet in your freezer.

2.  Remove ice cream from the freezer to temper--leave at room temperature for 8-10 minutes.

 3.  Cover a cookie sheet or baking pan (not a bowl) with plastic wrap.

4.  Dip the Cuisipro Ice Cream Scoop into warm water, then dry with a towel. 

5.  Follow the directions on the scoop box to push and press the ice cream onto the sheet. Repeat the process for each scoop.  If you are leaving the pre-scooped ice cream in the freezer for more than a couple hours you may wish to place the scoops into freezer bags on the cookie sheet to shelter from forming ice crystals.  

6.  Place the cookie sheet into the freezer.  These servings will hold their shape in the freezer until you're ready to transfer them to bowls.

The Cuisipro Ice Cream Scoop is also a good tool for watermelon scoops.  







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Outrageous Chocolate Heart-Sicle 

The perfect cookie for that secret
or not so secret crush.  A  soft and
chewy cookie with a slight crunch 
on the outside.  Not to mention a 
sure way to satisfy your chocolate
proclivities.

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 These cookies are a perfect
little indulgence for your 
dinner party.  Or tip-toe at
night to sneak one from the
cookie jar.  These cookies 
are the ultimate marriage 
of sweet goodness with
a sprinkling of light, 
fluffy sea salt.  



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Cookies and Coffee by Jesse Bluma



Cookies and Coffee





Liberate your palate with treats by Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven.  Choosing the right cup of coffee to pair with cookies, cakes, or other treats can make your day even better.  The infographic below is by Lokesh Dhakar, interface designer.  The diagram is a good guide to selecting a terrific drink to enjoy with your treats.








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Credits:  lokeshdhakar.com, Image courtesy of [amenic181] at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

You Deserve a Cookie



You Deserve a Cookie





Thanks to all your excellent efforts 30 school supply kits were sent to children around the globe.  I appreciate your help in donating these important items so children may learn and grow.  The friends of Jesse Bluma at Pointe Viven are awesome.

“Operation International Children”

Actor Gary Sinise (Forrest Gump, Apollo 13) and author Laura Hillenbrand (Seabiscuit: An American Legend) launched Operation International Children, a program that enables American students to send School Supply Kits to other students around the world. Kept in one-room buildings without air conditioning, fans, heaters, windows, solid floors, or even toilets, students lack the basic supplies that American children take for granted. Libraries and books are almost nonexistent. Without these basic tools of education, children face an uphill struggle to learn. "Imagine sending your child to a school in which there are virtually no books, no pencils, no paper, no blackboards," says Hillenbrand. This is the reality for many children. The need for help is so great and widespread, for some 1,500 schools.

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