Christmas DecorationsChristmas is a hands-on art. From the lights we put on the house to the decorations we put on the tree to the great foods we eat in the process, Christmas is a time of doing -- and this is the place we gather to talk, plan and share.
I saw this on TV the other day and I thought it was pretty cool. I forget who was making it and exactly how they made it, but I'm sure you could find the recipe somewhere on the internet. But she took snow, put vanilla extract, and some other things in it, and it was snow that tasted like vanilla ice cream. I'm sure you can do it with any flavor you like. I'll try my best to find this recipe, but I thought it was a pretty cool idea.
I hope I don't ruin that idea but I guess it would depend on the quality of the snow in your area. I would be worried about chemicals in with the snow from pollution to do that. Plus I would wonder of anyone offered me the "lemon" flavour.
As a kid with 200+ inches to choose from each season, we ate snow regularly. My favorite? I used to dump a few spoonfuls of Nestle's Quik on it and stir it up. And remember, as Frank said so elequently, "Watch out where the huskies go..."