Monthly Archives: July 2009

Lavender Sorbet

OMG! Lavender Sorbet is the best thing ever!! I used a lot more lavender than the recipes I found but I like it more herbaceous. I made the lavender tea when I was home for lunch and let it seep … Continue reading

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Nectarine Cobbler Sorbet

I noticed that the nectarines on my counter were getting a little too ripe. I peeled them, pitted them and rough chopped them into a bowl. I dumped about a quarter cup of brown sugar over them, stirred them well … Continue reading

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Goat Cheese & Roasted Garlic Ice Cream

Today, even though I didn’t find anyone to have dinner with me, I made goat cheese and roasted garlic ice cream. I had it with lamb and while it went well with the meat, a little bit of it went … Continue reading

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Blueberry & Goat Milk Ice Cream

Last night I made blueberry and goat milk ice cream. I really didn’t notice a difference using goat milk versus cow milk but then it was only one cup of milk. Blueberry Goat Milk Ice Cream 1 pint fresh blueberries … Continue reading

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Green Tea Sorbet

6 bags of green tea (I used Good Earth Green with lemongrass) 3 1/2 cups of very hot water (not quite boiling) 1/4 cup honey 3 Tbs vodka Steep tea bags in the hot water for at least five minutes. … Continue reading

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Cherry Almond Ice Cream

Last night I decided to make good use of the fresh cherries I had in my fridge. After the agony of pitting and quartering the cherries, I couldn’t bring myself to throw them in the blender so I didn’t. I … Continue reading

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Pina Colada Ice Cream

After a week of eating mostly sorbets, I was craving a little actual ice cream. Using ingredients in my fridge, I made the following concoction. I thought I had some coconut extract but alas, I didn’t. A teaspoon of it … Continue reading

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