well, some people don't realize you can freeze milk products. i freeze leftover heavy cream and use it in future soups, sauces (never tried whipping defrosted heavy cream.)
you could also use it to make a chowder,cream soup,cream sauce or ice cream, or flan or creme brulee.
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This dessert from a friend of my mother's, which I recently posted, is just delicious, an unchurned ice-cream "pie" : http://food52.com/recipes...
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Oyster chowder or potato and leek or butternut squash soup if you are vegetarian. Custards, rice pudding, quiche, whipped cream can be delicious w savory foods as well as sweet. Ice cream.
Did a quick search but couldn't figure out how to copy and paste the URL w my phone (I'm 55). Great article on savory whipped cream if you search articles. Also, make butter!
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Here's the article Meg is referring to! http://food52.com/blog...
When I have leftover cream, I like to make caramel sauce - keeps for ages and can be used in all sorts of cakes and desserts. Recipe here: http://www.theguardian...
How about a fool? A few other ideas: tres leches cake, subbed for milk in recipes generally, a creamy soup, scones, etc. Or how about hot cocoa, served with a big bowl of whipped cream on the side.
Here's a discussion you might find helpful: http://www.thekitchn.com...
James Beard's recipe for cream biscuits!
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