This roundup is for my son. This is probably his favorite food group: fruit in the form of ices (sorbet) or ice pops (popsicles). Sorbet takes a few extra steps but totally worth it. 1. Fruit Sorbet. Very popular and easy to make all year. Any fruit works. I also love mixing different berries like blueberries, blackberries, raspberries […]Continue reading "Sorbet & Popsicle Roundup"
This is becoming the summer of freezer love! I am still cooking, but mostly salads with fun new dressings and fresh steamed Long Island corn on the cob. Alas, the blog is getting a little dessert heavy. But, hey, who doesn’t love a great dessert? And, we are not vegans who don’t eat dessert, so […]Continue reading "Strawberry Sorbet"
I got a huge bunch of rhubarb in the CSA this week and I wanted to make something creative that was not a pie. I was thinking sorbet so I googled around and got some inspiration from Martha Stewart (raspberries) and Cooking Light (brown sugar.) I had I had some fresh lemon verbena from my friend Joey’s garden which I […]Continue reading "Rhubarb-Raspberry-Lemon Verbena Sorbet"
Instant ice cream is really just frozen bananas mixed with frozen fruit. It is kind of like the texture of a smoothie or even sorbet. I love it on a super hot day like today! 2 frozen bananas 1 cup frozen strawberries Plant milk or water, as much as needed Drop the bananas and strawberries […]Continue reading "Instant Ice Cream #3: Strawberry"
My freezer! I have been blogging now for 5 years. I can hardly believe it! Do I really cook that much? I have posted over 1,000 times and I am still going strong. But, in the spirit of refinement, over the next little while, I am going to revisit old recipes and post new and […]Continue reading "My 5-Year Blogiversary & An Ode to My Freezer"