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RE: Devonshire Cream OT: Recipe

As I presume you did, I did a quick search of the web and found nothing on the iris, but I did find a lot of recipes for Devonshire Cream.  For those who may be interested, here is one that looks pretty good:
8 ounces mascarpone*
2 1/4 cups heavy whipping cream (not ultrapasteurized)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 tablespoons sugar
small pinch salt
Put all the ingredients in a large stainless steel bowl. Whisk the cream until it holds its shape. Refrigerate the cream until ready to use. This cream should be used within an hour of being made or else you will have to rewhip it.
*Mascarpone is a  thick, sweet Italian cream cheese that has the texture of sour cream.  It can be found in specialty food stores.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Sutton [mailto:suttons@lightspeed.net]
Sent: Friday, August 13, 1999 6:51 PM
To: iris-talk@onelist.com
Subject: [iris-talk]

Hi all you HIPS people!  I have a request..... An iris was registered in 1950 by Adelaide Williams of Doylestown, PA.  The name was DEVONSHIRE CREAM.  I can find no record of an actual introduction to commerce of this flower.  Does anyone out there know if it was every introduced?  Keith Keppel can't find any record of its introduction either. 
Thanks immensely
Mike Sutton
USDA zone 8 with heavy rebloom at the moment. 

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