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30 7 / 2013

I have made a Kaffir Lime ice cream before. A slight variation here with the addition of gin (Bombay Sapphire), and no coconut milk in the base. (See reference recipe) I was almost tempted to make a juniper berry-infused base, and a kaffir gin syrup to mix in. I wonder how that would work out.So much I want to try, so little budget and freezer space….

I have made a Kaffir Lime ice cream before. A slight variation here with the addition of gin (Bombay Sapphire), and no coconut milk in the base. (See reference recipeI was almost tempted to make a juniper berry-infused base, and a kaffir gin syrup to mix in. I wonder how that would work out.So much I want to try, so little budget and freezer space….

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26 8 / 2012

Inspired by the Bee’s Knees cocktail, which is Lemon Juice, Honey and Gin. I added a bit of lavender to give it a Provençal twist. This recipe is like a boozy version of the Lemon-Lavender Ice Cream recipe. P.S. “The Bee’s Knees” is also one of my dog's several silly nicknames. eg, "Well, aren’t YOU the Bee’s Knees?"

Inspired by the Bee’s Knees cocktail, which is Lemon Juice, Honey and Gin. I added a bit of lavender to give it a Provençal twist. This recipe is like a boozy version of the Lemon-Lavender Ice Cream recipe. P.S. “The Bee’s Knees” is also one of my dog's several silly nicknames. eg, "Well, aren’t YOU the Bee’s Knees?"