Snowfall along east coast creating state of emergency. What can you do with snow to make the best of it?

Many people will see the snow currently blanketing much of the U.S. Eastern Seaboard as a nuisance coating sidewalks and roads. Others are celebrating it as an excuse to spend the day swooshing down a hill.As for me, I like to think of snow as food.Growing up in Missouri, I consumed as much snow ice cream as possible from November to March. Each time the winter sky let loose, I caught a bowl of fresh flakes. My grandmother mixed raw eggs, cream and sugar and poured it over top.Snow is one of the first "wild" foods small humans learn to forage. And this time of year it's both free and plentiful to many.
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