- Rhubarb sorbet
- Place the juice in an ice-cream machine and churn until thickened. Freeze in its container, or spoon into glasses (we use shot glasses at the restaurant) and freeze until needed.
- How to make the perfect blood orange sorbet
- If you want a smooth sorbet, then I'd recommend Henry's method, but I rather like the contrast between the sweet-and-sour ice and the bitter, slightly chewy flecks of zest, so I'll be going down the Weir route instead.
- Sherbet, sorbet, sorbetto
- Hopefully the February weather hasn't ruined your appetite for ice cream, because this week's words are “sherbet” and “sorbet,” both types of frozen treats whose names descend from Arabic شربة sharba, “drink.
- Seasoned to Taste: Pink Grapefruit and Rosemary Sorbet
- And if you've got someone nursing you along, ask them to make our pal Pat's Pink Grapefruit and Rosemary Sorbet. This scratchy throat soother not only offers topical relief but an attitude adjuster as well.
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