Second in a series.
Hi guys. Do you know what my most-viewed post is? Well, Breaking Bad viewing party food!!! of course, but do you know what comes in an admittedly far second?
Five pictures of whipping cream.
Proving further still people out there really just want to know the basics and the foodie world is still a small one if we’re taking an ACTUAL poll out there not a hipster poll including some fringe hipsters.
Sometimes I go to certain concerts and am the only person NOT wearing a scarf, then one time I went to a NOFX concert on a cold day and was the only person who WAS wearing a scarf. This is how hipsters dictate our lives and bring themselves to the foreground of everywhere a young person might ever want to be. Hipsters>temperature, or so they behave.
Those five pictures of whipping cream with each passing day grow increasingly old and I have since obtained more pixels and have more photo practice in my bones, so I took another set and here they are for you to Google.
These ones contrarily are TOO bright, and I was going to try and spend time on that in a Photoshop capacity, but um like several (like a BIG several) months passed and my “everything should be perfect” phase was over so we’ve now entered the WHO CARES phase and the answer is no one because it’s fine.
In order to have whipping cream, you first need to purchase or milk into a bucket some heavy cream or “whipping cream,” which is the former with some extra helpers added. Trickling Springs Creamery supplies dairy to the PA area.
Then you need to whip by hand or machine with a whisk until bubbles form. This is called air.
Then you need to keep whipping. This is more a continuation of step two rather than step three. It will hold some shape soon.
Then the cream will gain more air and gently hold some sort of shape. Then you need to keep whipping.
We did it!!
Finally you come to the final result of a liquid-gone-solid by incorporating so much air and the cream has been whipped! A little too much so in the situation pictured above. Psh, kinda like Adam Linder, singer-songwriter-guitarist for the indie-punk band Sister City, amirite?!?! Way too much whipped.
Then you can also have a bowl of hot fudge since this has become a full-on event. And add a bit of powdered sugar to the cream according to your preference.
Ice cream sundae, we have arrived!
Baby Jaden has also arrived awwwwww!!!!!
He’s just lookin out at stuff.