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Fresh Pineapple Sorbet

Fresh Pineapple Sorbet

Sorbet is a fantastic dessert to make when you have lots of fresh fruit in your kitchen. I’ve had quite a few fresh pineapples around lately, as they have been priced very well at my local stores. I usually chop them up and add them into fruit salads or bake pineapple upside down cakes, but this time around I opted to make a Fresh Pineapple ... Read More »

Strawberry Basil Sorbet

Strawberry Basil Sorbet

An overripe strawberry is one that is sweet and juicy, but starting to lose a little bit of its firmness. It’s not the kind of berry that you want to add to a fresh fruit salad because it is not picture-perfect, but it still tastes delicious and there is no reason to throw it out. A basket full of overripe strawberries is the perfect excuse ... Read More »

Tangerine and Olive Oil Sorbet

Tangerine and Olive Oil Sorbet

Olive oil is a great match for citrus, because it often has zesty notes in it that are similar to the zesty flavors in citrus – although olive oil isn’t quite as sweet as an orange usually is. I like baking with it, and it goes particularly well in recipes where there is already a citrus element, like my Orange Olive Oil Muffins. It can ... Read More »

Watermelon Granita

Watermelon Granita

On a hot summer day, few things are more refreshing than a slice of fresh watermelon. The only thing more refreshing than the melon itself is a generous serving of Watermelon Granita. Granita is a semi-frozen dessert made by freezing a mixture of water, sugar and flavoring (usually fruit puree or fruit juice) and stirring as it freezes to created a crystalline, slightly chunky mixture. ... Read More »

Plum Sorbet

plumsorbet

I read a great post on Chowhound about making peach sorbet. The poster determined that a minimal churning time would produce the creamiest, best tasting sorbet. I, not having given a tremendous amount of thought to the issue before, would have guessed that a longer churning time would produce a creamier result. Always game for an experiment, I tried the short churning method with a ... Read More »

Blueberry Sorbet

I have been meaning to make something from my Australian Women’s Weekly (AWW)¬†booklet of Ice Creams and Sorbets for some time now. More accurately, I have been meaning to post this for some time now. Clare, of Eat Stuff, sent me this wonderful publication. Clearly, she knows me well. It covers everything from the simplest granita to the most decadent tiramisu ice cream (with liquored ... Read More »

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