Posts Tagged ‘Icecreams & Sorbets’
Soursop is in season and I’ve finally made the frozen dessert I’ve longed to since forever. These days, for creamy fruit, I tend to go with condensed milk as the ‘dairy’ of choice. Why? Well, condensed milk is rich and thick and the tiniest amount seems to work wonders. In Mangoes, With Mangoes & Passion Fruit and […]
Flavour prints and profiles and stamps. Ice Cream for breakfast. Anyone? I have no issues exploring them over and over and over again. Each new canvas throws up nuances, subtle differences till we ‘appropriate’ all the deliciousness. This is the case with myself, mangoes and passion fruit. My daughter had been bugging me to make […]
There’s heat that makes you want to breathe in the frozen air from a deep freezer and burn your tongue licking it’s walls. There’s heat that leaves you understanding the phrase ‘beads of sweat’. You form them like crystals, drop by drop and soak everything with out. There’s heat that let’s you know who the […]
One-ingredient ice creams are a firm favourite with me – essentially, a fruit puree that stars bananas. Frozen. Hence the texture and cream and sweet. Now, I’m not a fan of bananas in smoothies or desserts as such, but this works out beautifully for me. The ‘one-ingredient ice cream’ has the richness of dairy desserts and […]
There are some recipes that stop you in your tracks and require few words. This is one of them – a ‘genius recipe’ in the new column by Kristen Miglore, senior editor at food52.com where weekly, great recipes are unearthed from the worlds cookbooks.This recipe thrilled me to no end because
To all mothers and motherly figures: To those who have transitioned From rebellious teenager To responsible parent Without any training in between Ride on…..with greased elbows And joyous hearts For the smile of a child Wipes many tears away Oz, 8th May, 2011 Happy Mother’s Day! May your offspring have a strong legacy, which […]
Hi everyone. A photo and recipes to follow but first…… …. I’m back. I missed you and KB but it was fantastic to enjoy sun, sand and the sea in Barbados without worrying about ‘late posts’ and comments….or lack off! And yes that’s me….on a surf board, riding on waves of azure waters!
So, I want to clear up a few things before I get to the heart of the matter: I know strawberries are not in ‘season’ according to the traditional food calenders. I am also very aware that there is nothing Cuban about strawberries. Don’t believe me? Well, go ahead, type Cuban strawberries in Google and […]
Dessert #1 is one of those recipes with high shock value – I think! It isn’t a combination that many people are used to and thanks to Jamie, I discovered it.