<laughs> You've definitely made some incredible ice creams. Though....the white pepper was definitely not for me.
And Girty - the wasabi and ginger ice creams are *awesome*. Have you tried the green tea?
Is that the sound of a part brewing?
Or just the sound of wistful post-Passover planning?
Apr 7 2007 12:10pm from nadia
Yes, it is. They'll go for weeks without it - every brand no less. Then they buy tons and tons of the stuff. They do that with a lot of products...
then again, i realize that only certain aspects of that store really sucked. the closest real supermarket to my current location is a bit more interesting. for a while i wasn't actually sure if they sold coke products at all.
I have copy/pasted accordingly. Special thanks to Dr. Dan.(via Girthta)
As for the Swiss Cheese...
*invokes rules #1 thru 3! (and #4, just for good measure)
I'm not a fan of spice and ice cream. I made a ginger ice cream a while back that really didn't make me happy. My family pretty much turned their noses up at it as well.
Now the caramel ice cream I made a few weeks ago, that was a completely different story.
I could see making a pumpkin ice cream or a sweet potato ice cream with ginger, cinnamon, and cloves. I'm not a big fan of straight ginger, though.
Ponders... ginger ice cream plus raw salmon ice cream plus wasabi ice cream served on a bed of sushi rice...
I've often contemplated the idea of a savory ice cream as part of an entree rather than a dessert. An ice cream with no sugar, but plenty of spice might make an interesting condiment or side dish in the summer.
I haven't figured out exactly what flavor I would use or what I would serve it with though.
<< grin >>
I didn't last very long... but IG knew that already.
*slips back into self-imposed silence* "That was pretty gross tho'!" :^)