Bug 5158 - Koha needs its own cookie, ice cream, and fudge flavors
Summary: Koha needs its own cookie, ice cream, and fudge flavors
Status: ASSIGNED
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Product: Koha
Classification: Unclassified
Component: Developer documentation (show other bugs)
Version: unspecified
Hardware: All All
: P5 - low enhancement (vote)
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Assignee: Jared Camins
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Reported: 2010-08-19 15:45 UTC by Jared Camins
Modified: 2018-01-09 15:07 UTC (History)
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Description Jared Camins 2010-08-19 15:45:26 UTC
In order to encourage members of the Koha community to write documentation and test cases, Koha should have its own special cookie, ice cream, and fudge flavors.

I propose that the cookie flavor be "curried coconut breakfast cookies" (with chocolate chips or dried fruit, depending on how you anticipate your day going). See http://www.cookiemadness.net/2009/05/curry-coconut-oatmeal-chocolate-chip-cookies/
Comment 1 Jane Wagner 2010-08-19 15:48:57 UTC
I propose my own special chocolate chip cookie recipe :-)
Comment 2 Thatcher Rea 2010-11-22 16:12:50 UTC
We have made these before and they are quite good. I second this!
Comment 3 Katrin Fischer 2010-12-01 19:16:12 UTC
With permission of jcamins, I want to add his great fudge recipe to the discussion:

Jared's fudge recipe

My fudge is remarkably easy to make. Sorry for the lack of precision in this... I don't measure, and I do everything by smell.

Combine about two tablespoons of butter (or about one centimeter of the butter logs they have in Ifrane) with one can of sweetened condensed milk (aka Carnation aka lait concentré sucré) and 350-500 grams of dark chocolate (2-3 cups of semi-sweet chocolate chips). One can also use one a mixture of one cup powdered milk, one cup sugar, and 1/2 cup boiling water in place of the sweetened condensed milk.

Bring the mixture up to a simmer, stirring constantly to keep it from burning. Once the chocolate is melted and everything is mixed in, add any crushed fruit/jam/preserves you are using for flavoring and sugar as needed (if you're not using any fruit flavorings, I'd estimate you'll need 1 cups of sugar; I use a mixture of granulated and brown as I feel like it... a tablespoon of honey and more granulated are fantastic substitutes for brown). Pomegranate syrup makes an excellent flavoring.

Now you're just going to keep it just below a boil (stirring occasionally) until it reaches soft-ball stage (Google it). One way you can tell it's getting there (besides actually checking for soft-ball stage) is that craters will form when the fudge bubbles, and they (the craters) will not just collapse back into the mixture. Also, the fudge will be very silky if you wait even just a few seconds without stirring.

Once you've reached soft-ball stage, take the fudge off the heat and add any alcohol-based flavorings, extracts, essences (i.e. rose water/orange blossom water), and nuts as desired.

Pour out into desired serving dishes. Disposable plastic cups work well if you don't have a glass dish to put the fudge in. Just make sure the cups have horizontal ribs. Cups without ribs or with vertical ribs are problematic to get fudge out of. Put in a freezer to accelerate cooling.

Enjoy your fudge.
Comment 4 Chris Cormack 2012-03-22 20:06:16 UTC
Koha also needs more Margarita
Comment 5 Nick Clemens 2016-04-05 14:47:55 UTC
These sound terrible, but taste amazing:
http://realhousemoms.com/starburst-jelly-bean-cookies/