Refreshing Pineapple-Herb Sorbet – Design*Sponge

I love frozen desserts — ice cream, gelato, granita, shaved ice, sorbet. My memory goes back to my childhood: an ice cream maker with rock salt, churning, impatience; but then a reward of the soft texture of the ice cream once it was ready to eat. Trying to recreate that nostalgia is one of the reasons I am toying with buying an ice cream maker. Another reason is because of the new book, Mexican Ice Cream, by Fany Gerson, Mexican sweets expert and owner of frozen sweets business La Newyorkina, and chef and co-owner of Dough, a gourmet doughnut bakery. In the book, she shares her favorite recipes for cold desserts, including this week’s Pineapple-Herb Sorbet (nieve de piña-hierba). It is a clean, fresh flavor for the summer heat and exemplifies how easy it is to personalize homemade ice creams and sorbets. Don’t worry, if you don’t have an ice cream maker Fany has provided a method to make it manually — just how grandma used to make it! —Kristina


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