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My inspiration was this recipe, but I referred to Jeni's Backyard Mint (eggless) recipe, and did a cold infusion of the mint leaves instead of cooking them. Hot or cold infusion - I don’t know which is better, but this ice cream is refreshingly delicious!

My inspiration was this recipe, but I referred to Jeni's Backyard Mint (eggless) recipe, and did a cold infusion of the mint leaves instead of cooking them. Hot or cold infusion - I don’t know which is better, but this ice cream is refreshingly delicious!

For his birthday, my friend Jim Cherry requested a “Cherry Nut” flavor so I have made a Walnut Ice Cream with Roasted Cherries. HAPPY BIRTHDAY JIM! P.S. I added 1 tablespoon of brandy to the cherries after roasting. Recipe Source

For his birthday, my friend Jim Cherry requested a “Cherry Nut” flavor so I have made a Walnut Ice Cream with Roasted Cherries. HAPPY BIRTHDAY JIM! P.S. I added 1 tablespoon of brandy to the cherries after roasting. Recipe Source

Papaya lime sorbet recipe // *Whenever I remember to do so, I always add a smidgen of alcohol when the ice cream or sorbet is churning. In this case, vodka or tequila would go splendidly!

Papaya lime sorbet recipe // *Whenever I remember to do so, I always add a smidgen of alcohol when the ice cream or sorbet is churning. In this case, vodka or tequila would go splendidly!

Adapted from this recipe. Dear readers, if you follow this blog, please visit and like our brand new facebook page! New illustrated recipes will be posted there too. www.facebook.com/WeAllScreamrecipes

Adapted from this recipe. Dear readers, if you follow this blog, please visit and like our brand new facebook page! New illustrated recipes will be posted there too. www.facebook.com/WeAllScreamrecipes

Recipe from Jeni’s splendid book. I used Plush Puff’s Gourmet Gingerbread Spice marshmallows. (Thank you, Justin!) I still don’t own a kitchen torch so the marshmallows were toasted the old-fashioned way over my stove.

Recipe from Jeni’s splendid book. I used Plush Puff’s Gourmet Gingerbread Spice marshmallows. (Thank you, Justin!) I still don’t own a kitchen torch so the marshmallows were toasted the old-fashioned way over my stove.

this woman's blog is now my bible--imperial stout ice cream

this woman's blog is now my bible--imperial stout ice cream

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