Pomegranate Sorbet for the New Year’s Eve dinner party at the mansion.
Happy New Year everyone!
Happy New Year ♥
per uno splendido 2011
Have a happy and prosperous 2011. Thank you for all the wonderful recipes!
I can only imagine the taste of that gorgeous color! Mmmmmm
Happy and prosperous New Year, Cenk!
This looks beautiful! Pomegranates are the most beautiful fruit, along with figs!
I absolutely LOVE that colour!!! And pomegranates? Delicious! Hope you enjoy lots and lots of the sorbet!
Oh wow, looks great but why didnt you just buy it…seems like a lot of trouble
having said that…. homemade icecream sorbet always does taste better!
Happy New Year! The red color looks so festive! perfect for celebrating I haven’t used my kitchenaid ice cream maker in a long time. Your post inspires me to make some ice cream!
Check out my super red 2011 fortune cookies – http://www.simplydolicious.com/2010/12/good-fortune-cookies-for-2011/
I wish you a happy new year and looking forward to all your upcoming posts in 2011.
My mouth is literally watering, I bet that tastes SOOO good!
Happy New Year!
I’ve been eying this recipe for a while and finally tried out for our Christmas party. It was such a big hit!
Thanks for sharing such beautiful pictures.
This is a spectacular post, what incredible colors! Happy New Year!
Haven’t seen anything quite as luscious. Lovely! Now I’m regretting buying a cuisine art ice cream maker instead of the KA attachment.
Happy new year, Cenk!
Mansion? What mansion? Do you live in a mansion? Maybe you really want me to hate you?? Kidding!
ANyway need to ask you something… noticed you have a kitchen aid ice cream maker… so do I… does it really go click click click click when the ice cream is done???
Trissa – No, I don’t live in a mansion; we just call our friends’ place “the mansion” You mean like a signal that the ice cream is done? I don’t think so. The attachment may have a hard time rotating if the custard is especially thick and the sound you mentioned may come from the joint, so in a way it is an alarm system, but can’t say it happens on every occasion. I’d recommend keeping an eye after 15 minutes to get the right consistency. Sorbets usually take longer.
way too sexy!
Mutfak konusunda öle muhteşem olmasamda, bu fotoğrafların sayesinde aşık ettin beni yeni tatlar keşfetmeye…
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