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Towards a unified theory of frozen desserts

From an early age, I had the understanding that there were four different kinds of ice cream: the traditional American style, called “Philadelphia”, which is made with milk, cream, sugar, and flavoring; “French”, which is a frozen egg custard; “Italian” … Continue reading

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Other people’s recipes: Serious Eats’ plum sorbet

A week ago, @SeriousEats tweeted: The article by Max Falkowitz included several tips and techniques for making a sorbet that’s neither too icy nor too sweet, and provided several fully-worked recipes, including one for plum sorbet. I had a quart … Continue reading

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