RE: [gardeners] How to make a milkshake (...was Eggplant grinder)

Jane Burdekin (
Wed, 11 Jul 2001 16:29:57 -0600

That would be Mustard's Last Stand and it is still here.  I don't remember
Bush's drive-in, but I do remember Potters.  It's still there but not
anything like it used to be.  I don't remember the other place either, but
Twin Burger drive in was good and there was another ice cream shop that we
loved to go to over by the hospital.  Can't think of the name right now.  


-----Original Message-----
From: Margaret Lauterbach []
Sent: Wednesday, July 11, 2001 2:29 PM
Subject: RE: [gardeners] How to make a milkshake (...was Eggplant

Well now, Doug, I grew up in Boulder, Colorado, and they made milkshakes 
with ice cream there. Bet they still do. If Custard's Last Stand is still 
in existence on Broadway, it used to be the site of Bush's famous drive-in, 
where they made peanut butter shakes (reluctantly, since the blender was 
hell to clean) and the predecessor of the Big Mac. Also, you could order a 
glass of root beer and cream or double cream, and you'd get those tiny 
glass cream containers to dump into your root beer.  Yummmm. And further 
down Broadway, between Pearl and Walnut was a large fountain owned by a 
dairy. Watts Hardy was one of the dairies, but i think the fountain was 
owned by another.  They used to make and sell "walking sundaes," ice cream 
in a cup topped with sundae toppings.
  Margaret L

At 12:47 PM 7/11/01 -0700, you wrote:
>When I was growing up, my dad employed me as a "Soda Jerk" in his
>Drug Store/Soda Fountain. I must have made a million milkshakes/malts.
>The "Ice Cream" part of a milkshake was actually something called
>malt base. We got it delivered from the same supplier that we got
>our regular dipping ice cream. Malt base looks a lot like vanilla
>ice cream but has a slightly different texture without much flavor.
>To make a milkshake I would take the metal milkshake container, add
>flavored syrup, malt base, and whole milk then attach it to the
>trusty Hamilton Beach milkshake blender (I still have this blender and
>a couple of the metal milkshake containers). When blended, pour into a
>glass. To make a malt I just added some malt powder to the above mixture.
>-Doug Reed (still making milkshakes in my sleep)
>-Boulder, CO
>--- Margaret Lauterbach <> wrote:
> > What do they contain then?
> >
> > At 10:09 AM 7/11/01 -0700, you wrote:
> >
> > >--- Margaret Lauterbach <>
> > >wrote:
> > > > Whoa! I don't have a clue what "breve" is other than
> > > > in "alla breve", and
> > > > since when did milkshakes not contain ice cream?
> > > > Margaret L
> > > >
> > >
> > >In Boston milkshakes don't contain ice cream.
> > >
> > >Stacey
> >
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