We went to the Nitty Gritty, the official birthday place of Madison, and although my birthday was last Saturday, they still gave me a balloon and birthday mug and I was able to get free drinks! We went to a bunch of fun bars that night and had a great time.
|Mario's "muff-dive" shot...|
|Everything is large at Mickey's...|
|Their famous scrambler...you can even get gravey on it...|
but I opted out
At camp on Friday, before the epic trip, we had an epic day! We practiced our Parent's Day Talent Show, had a paint color war, and made ice cream in a bag!
This recipe was super simple, super delicious, and the kids loved it! It is a really fun way to make a sweet treat and I would definitely give it a try before summer is over! Also, if you are not making a million batches for 60 people, I would also add in things like chocolate syrup and your favorite ice cream toppings.
Ice Cream in a Bag (adapted from Kaboose)
1/2 cup half and half
1 tbsp sugar
1/4 tsp vanilla
3 tbsp kosher or rock salt
1. In a pint sized plastic bag, place half and half, sugar, and vanilla. Seal the bag.
2. In a gallon sized plastic bag, fill half way with ice and the salt. Place the small bag in the big bag and seal the big bag. Shake for about 5 minutes. Remove the small bag, add in whatever toppings you would like, and enjoy!