Nanci: You can turn it on when you want. Sean: Oh, really?
Sean: Okay. Nanci: You can turn it on and move stuff around. Sean: Do you want it on “on” or “pulse?” Nanci: You can put it…I would put that white thing here.
Otherwise, things are gonna fly out of it. And then, “on.” [loud food processor noise] [intermittent, inaudible talking]
[loud food processor noise] Nanci: There you go.
[loud food processor noise] [intermittent, inaudible talking]
[loud food processor noise] Nanci: Turn it off. We’re probably gonna
have to shake it around a little, cuz the
blade is stuck on what’s in the bottom. Sean: Okay. Now, you mean like shake it
on, like literally shake it around? Nanci: Yeah.
Sean: Okay. Nanci: Don’t take it out. Okay. [loud food processor noise] We might have to take it out. Okay. Alright, let’s put it back in. Now, this is the fun part. Let’s see if I can get the
food processor to work again like I did before. Sean: Cooking the pizza isn’t as hard
as making the food processor work. Nanci: It’s always the thing that gets me. It’s not locked in. Sean: [inaudible] Nanci: This is why I mess with it before we started. Sean: Passing all the way through? Nanci: Mm-hmm. Has to lock in place or it won’t… It won’t even turn on if it’s not locked in place. Okay. So, this needs to go that way. And, this… Sean: There it is.
Nanci: Aha! Sean: Let’s turn it back.
Nanci: Turn it back the way we had it. [loud food processor noise] Alright, we’re gonna have to clean out there… and move it around. Sean: Smells like pumpkin in here. When you’re getting the seeds out of a
pumpkin, that’s what this reminds me of. Childhood memories. Nanci: I don’t remember getting seeds out of a
pumpkin, until I was older. And then, I realized
how disgusting it was I made them do it. That became the mantra. Oh, no. You have to do it. [loud food processor noise] I think we overfilled the processor. You might have to take…
Sean: Some of it out.
Nanci: Mm-hmm. Big chunks.
Sean: Are these going in here? Nanci: Yeah, we’re gonna put the little
pieces in there, what is the snow. You know what? We can probably… You see this is what you want, this
consistency. So, it looks like snow. These big pieces we’re gonna have to run through again.
Sean: Interesting. Nanci: Yeah. Because, once it’s all mashed up
and then you add the other stuff, it becomes
a lot, I mean, it becomes like a dough. Sean: Need a spatula or something?
Nanci: Spatula is probably good. But, I’m gonna… Awesome. Next, we’re gonna get… all the snow out, that we made. And then, we’re going to pour.
We’re gonna sift through…Go ahead. Sean: Can you do something like
this with other vegetables? Nanci: I don’t know. I’ve never
tried it with another vegetable. The problem is that some of them don’t bind well.
Sean: Okay. Nanci: So, that’s an experiment
for another day. Go ahead. It’s okay if you get some of the snow back in. It won’t hurt it to mash it again. That’s a stem. There you go. Sean: I have to put it back on. Nanci: Now, we get to figure out how it works again. Ya see? You have to make sure all of the little pieces are gone. Oops, there’s another giant piece. Sifting through. Okay, let’s try this. If you want to sift through
and see if you can find any more, you are more
than welcome to. Oh, there’s one right there. Sean: This is really cold. Nanci: What’d you expect? Warm cauliflower? Sean: You know, that’s a really good question.
I didn’t know what I was going to expect. Nanci: There. That’s locked on. Let’s see if we can… Ha ha! Success! [loud food processor noise] [inaudible talking]
[loud food processor noise] So, one of things is, when it’s pureed…You see
how it turns this kind, I mean, when it’s the
snow it turns this kind of yellowish light? Sean: Right?
Nanci: Well, you can see, in between
all of that, bright white pieces. Those are pieces that did not get broken up enough. See? Sean: See, I was just looking for anything like that felt… [loud food processor noise] [inaudible talking]
[loud food processor noise] [loud food processor noise] Nanci: Okay. You might want to empty it. Is it…If it’s starting to not
Sean: Turn anymore.
Nanci: Yeah. Let me see. Before you do that, let’s move stuff
around with the spatula and see if we can get… [loud food processor noise] [inaudible talking]
[loud food processor noise] [loud food processor noise] Okay, let’s empty this one. Sean: Which way is it supposed to twist? That way?
Nanci: Mm-hmm. Yeah. I think it
twists towards you. There you go. Spatula. Sean: That looks like some good snow, right there.
Nanci: See. That’s what you’re
looking for. That’s perfect. Sean: This is once in a life time, Texas snow. Nanci: You get snow more often than we do.
Sean: That’s true. That’s very true. Nanci: You know, we had, this winter had, you
know, an inch of snow that stayed on the ground.
The boys were out playing in it like it was a blizzard. Sean: I think the most snow we’ve had is eight inches. And, all the power went out. The fireplace
became the only source of warmth. It was fantastic.
Nanci: You are not enticing me to
move up north, just so you know. Sean: Yeah, it was also the same week I was…
just got off of surgery on my arm. So,…
Sean: I was also on pain meds; and, I was feeling great. Nanci: I bet you were. We’re gonna have to pull the.. There. That’ll help you get more. There you go. Sean: Perfect. Nanci: Okay. There. Alright.
Sean: We got it down to a system.
Nanci: Mm-hmm. Between the
two of us, we can do this. Sean: We should try it on?
Nanci: Yeah. [loud food processor noise] [inaudible talking]
[loud food processor noise] Alright. So, we have snow. It’s about six cups, give or take. And, yes, that was a longer process than it
should have been. But, we learned some things. You know everybody’s food processor is different. So, sometimes when you’re cooking in somebody
else’s kitchen, you just gotta go with it. Sean: Go with the flow.
Nanci: Right? Sean: I’ve never cooked in somebody else’s kitchen.
Nanci: Oh. Sean: Actually, I have. But, I guess It was,
like, a family members kitchen. So,…
Nanci: Well, you’re a family member. Sean: Okay. Never mind.
Nanci: It’s using utensils that you haven’t used before.
Sean: That’s true. Nanci: You know, and… I’m partial to things that I’ve used often, like my mixer.
I don’t like to to use other people’s mixers, even
though my mother-in-law has a really good mixer. Sean: Won’t use it.
Nanci: I will use it. But, I’m not always happy about it. Alright. So, now we are going to stick
this in the microwave, our cauliflower
snow, for 4 minutes, until it’s really hot. And then, we are going to let it cool off enough
that we can drain all the water. You know
how it’s….You feel how it’s really wet? Sean: Mm-hmm.
Nanci: We got it all of that out. Sean: Alright. So, four minutes?
Nanci: So, first…Yep. Microwave for minutes. And, while it’s heating up, we’re
gonna clean up the mess in here.