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Ice Cream flavors

Ice Cream flavors

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Published by David Veto
Learn to make Ice Cream from home
Learn to make Ice Cream from home

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Published by: David Veto on Jan 09, 2012
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 ==== ====Classic Collection of Ice Cream Recipeshttp://paydotcom.net/r/111543/dtv621/26979760/  ==== ====A little sand, a little surf, and a lot of golf. That's the recipe for the week of April 14-20th 2008 onHilton Head Island, otherwise known as Verizon Heritage week around these parts. If your areheaded this way as a Heritage player or spectator, let it be known that Hilton Head knows whathospitality and a good time is all about - on and off the greens. Check out this guide to the best ofHilton Head Island, and let the good times roll! The Verizon Heritage Golf Tournament has been played on the famed Harbour Town Golf Links atthe Sea Pines Resort in Hilton Head Island, SC every year since 1969. The host course wasdesigned by Pete Dye, with input from Jack Nicklaus. Known to locals as "The Heritage", SouthCarolina's only PGA TOUR event has been scheduled during the week following the Masterssince 1983. This year's Verizon Heritage will be April 14 -20, 2008. The tournament's Pro-Am is a great way to entertain clients as well as spend time with a PGAprofessional. The price for the Pro-Am event includes a free round of golf, eight clubhousebadges, weekly parking pass, gift packages, and much more. The Heritage Classic Foundation isthe general sponsor of the tournament. The local support of generous sponsors, helpfulvolunteers, and countless spectators make this a must attend event every year. Since it wasfounded in 1987 as a not-for-profit organization, the Foundation has helped thousands of people inneed throughout the area and state. In 2007, the Heritage Classic Foundation was honored todonate $1.8 million dollars, bringing the total to more than $16.6 million since it was organized.Past winners of the Heritage include Arnold Palmer, Tom Watson, Payne Stewart, Greg Norman,Nick Price, Hale Irwin, Davis Love III, and Jack Nicklaus. A record purse of $5.5 million dollars,with $990,000 going to the winner, makes this year's tournament win more sought after than ever. If you've never played at Harbourtown, give yourself a treat and come in a few days early or stay afew days after the tournament to get in a round at this much hailed course. Just walking up thegreen on the 18th will make you feel like tipping your hat to the invisible crowd. But, contrary to popular belief, man (and woman) cannot live by golf alone. Hilton Head Island hasmade it pretty easy to enjoy every moment you are here on our little paradise, from relaxing ingreat accommodations to hopping on a dolphin tour to getting a champion level massage. Soduring your trip to experience the Heritage, experience some of these offerings also: Hilton Head Accommodation Options Hilton Head Island is a highly sought after resort destination, so it goes without saying that thereare plenty of great places to stay, but I will say it anyway - there are plenty of great places to stayon Hilton Head Island. Luxury Hotels, golf villas, ocean front homes, whatever your style, it can befound here.
 
 For great ocean front hotel accommodations, there is the Westin Resort and Spa, the HiltonOceanside Resort and the Marriott Resort and Spa, along with a host of several smaller or lessexpensive choices for your stay. The Holiday Inn Oceanfront is a nice choice for families, withplenty of white sand beach on which to run and play, while claiming one of the more famouswatering holes on the island - namely the Tiki Hut. For a more quiet and yes, romantic respite, theMain Street Inn is quaint, beautifully decorated and brimming with hospitality. Hotel rooms are at apremium during the Heritage, and as expected the prices are higher as well. Don't let that scareyou - it's not that much more. Besides, you deserve it. A vacation rental home or villa in Hilton Head is another great way to go when visiting the islandduring the Heritage. It affords you some additional privacy, extra space, and amazing luxury, if youchoose. If you are all about golf, choose a villa on your course of choice. Go watch the pros, thencome back to your villa, unpack the cooler, and head out to apply all you learned to your owngame. There are also stunning ocean front homes to consider, especially if you are bringing thegang. Private pools and hot tubs, designer decor, gourmet kitchens plus private chefs and maidservice are just some of the amenities awaiting you and your very best friends or favorite familymembers. The island has numerous rental management companies from which to choose, someof the most reliable being Island Getaway, Resort Rentals of Hilton Head Island, The VacationCompany, ResortQuest, Coastal Home and Villa Rentals and 800BeachMe. Probably your best bet would be to go to the most popular web site for vacation rentals whichfeatures the top one thousand rental homes and condos on Hilton Head Island, Hilton HeadRentals, and let the experts do the work for you. A stress-free Heritage experience is what you arelooking for, right? Dining Tips on Hilton Head You've got a great place to stay during the Heritage, now, what to eat... while at the tournament,there will be quite a few delectable dining opportunities for you, but face it, you're either in a tent orstanding up while you eat. So, here are some options: Breakfast Palmetto Bay Marina Sunrise Cafe - like the name says, they open at sunrise, making this aperfect place for the tournament early bird. They make their own Hollandaise Sauce (this isimportant to me) and the view isn't bad either. Just around the circle from sea Pines Plantation isSkillets, located in Coligny Plaza. Open at 7 am, and offering a nice menu of your breakfastfavorites, Skillets is a great place for a hearty start to your day on the course. If you're reallyhungry, try "The Kitchen Sink" - no, it's really, really good. If you really want to eat like a local, tryHarold's Diner midway down the island right on William Hilton Parkway. I can't really explainHarold's, you just need to go there and eat for yourself. Lunch Conveniently located in Sea Pines at the Sea Pines Center, Calibogue Cafe & Trading Co. isa good lunch joint, and a great place (the deli part) to grab a few goodies for snacking on later.Feel like one of the "Brat Pack" at Frankie Bones, located on Main Street on the north end of
 
Hilton Head Island. Great themed menu items, a full bar and really fun atmosphere make for anice getaway from the golf course. The Boathouse II serves up an American and Seafood menu,but it's really all about the view here. No greens, just miles and miles of intra coastal waterway togaze at while you dine. Dinner For an old tried-and-true favorite, Alexander's in Palmetto Dunes is a great choice for American,Seafood, and a fantastic view. Aqua Grille and Lounge is new school, serving up beautiful seafooddishes in a trendy atmosphere (Guess the color scheme.) In the mood for a great steak? Crane'sTavern on New Orleans Road has been doing it right for a long time now. Nearly every restauranthere is casual, even if the menu is not - no need for the tux. Just make sure to bring somethingbesides shorts to wear. The choices for dinner dining are nearly endless, from ethnic to seafood to fast food. However, thisis a resort town, and we tend to see a lot of comings and goings on the restaurant scene. I don'twant to get you all excited about some place, then you find it no longer exists when you get here.Needless to say, something just as yummy usually takes its place, so no need to worry, youdefinitely won't go hungry on Hilton Head. Hilton Head Golf If watching all that championship golf has you itching to get out there and hit a few yourself, HiltonHead Island has around 30 courses to help you scratch it. Here is just a sampling: The Heritage Collection features 4 locations and a total of 9 courses for you to play. Palmetto Hallhas two championship courses, Oyster Reef - one, Port Royal has three and Shipyard has three 9hole courses (in case you only have time for 9 since you are here for the Heritage, aren't you?) allare only a short distance apart and are impeccably maintained. Sea Pines Resort offers the SeaMarsh and Ocean Courses, just down the way from Harbourtown. Hilton Head National haschallenging 9 hole courses and is off the Heritage beaten path a bit just over the bridge in Bluffton.Everyone is going to try and squeeze a round in while they are here, so try to decide where youwant to play before you get here and book as early as they will let you. Don't worry if it rains - youwon't melt. Water Activities Hilton Head Island is well known for it's championship golf courses, but heck, did you check thename? It is an ISLAND, so you better believe there are plenty of opportunities to grab some sun,surf and fish while you are here. Outside Hilton Head offers everything from Kayak tours to charterfishing excursions. These guys are all about the great outdoors, especially the part that is all wet,and can even plan a day long excursion for groups or families. Commander Zodiac will give youthe coolest dolphin tour ever, as you speed along in these cool little red boats designed for waterrescue operations. Great guides, and a fun ride between dolphin sightings. They also rent jet skisand offer indulgent kids programs as well. There are just a million and one things to do on the water, including sitting on one of the whitesand beaches and just looking at it. Be careful, you may never get back to the tournament.

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