Well, that is delicious mouthful.
There is even more—the “double chocolate” requires a chocolate ganache swirled in the already chocolatey ice cream.
This is the sixth part of a series documenting our Chocolate Cooking Class with Chef Sarah Leavell of The Canebrake.
Double Chocolate Ice Cream with Cocoa Nib and Pistachio Praline Crumble was the . . . → Read More: Double Chocolate Ice Cream with Cocoa Nib and Pistachio Praline Crumble
Check out SRC reveals today. I used some of our garden produce for a Minted-Watermelon Granita from “A Spoonful of Thyme.” . . . → Read More: Watermelon-Mint Granita for August SRC
I tried to keep my cheeky Yank humor to a minimum because I truly adore the British monarchy. Here is my recipe in honor of the Queen: Lady Grey Gelato with Strawberry Jam. . . . → Read More: Tea and Jam: Celebrating the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee for Holiday Recipe Club
How would Charlie “healthify” the Chocolate Factory? Maybe with Frozen Dark Sweet Cherry Yogurt with Chocolate and Amaretto. . . . → Read More: A Healthy Willy Wonka Treat? Here’s the latest Cook the Books post.
Cake batter ice cream recipe . . . → Read More: More experimenting with ice cream.
I will start out with the sweet stuff! . . . → Read More: And the KC adventure begins: Christopher Elbow and Glacé
I have a small ice cream maker, the kind that has the frozen bowl. It works really well and makes creating new gelatos, sherbets and ice cream super easy.
My grandmother had a large, hidously loud ice cream maker. I remember her making this ice cream, packing the ice around the container, adding freezer salt, . . . → Read More: Grandmother’s Ice Cream
Since I was lucky enough to buy fresh strawberries at the Dixon Farmers’ Market, I tried another new strawberry gelato recipe. I think this recipe will serve as my base for gelato from now on. I took the Pomegranate/Green Tea recipe (see June 11′s post) and just added the pureed strawberries. It was quite good, if I . . . → Read More: Gelato with New Mexico Strawberries
OK—Sorry no pic. We ate it so fast I did not have time to snap a photo.
I based this gelato on Gourmet‘s “Pomegranate Gelato” from September 2006. Since I wanted this gelato to be kid friendly and I did not have any pom liqueur, I was wondering what else I could use to make . . . → Read More: Pomegranate Green Tea Gelato