Most unique ice cream i had

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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/13 11:39:48 (permalink)
That sounds delicious!!!!!!!! Mr. Hoffman.

I do make a cognac infused peach jam for which I have earned a nice rep. for amongst family and friends. They are precious jars as i do not make too many.

I wonder if that would do as a topping over good vanilla ice cream. Hmm. 

Thanks for the idea.
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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/13 11:41:29 (permalink)
Have you ever tried a good balsamic vinegar over ice cream? I like it on vanilla ice cream.
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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/13 12:31:22 (permalink)
I have never tried it, but saw a recipe for it with some strawberries, but the balsmaic vinegar had to be reduced.

Do you have reduce it too in your recipe, or straight out of the bottle?
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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/13 12:47:07 (permalink)
Straight out of the bottle. It's an excellent Balsamic and quite thick.
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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/13 13:04:47 (permalink)
Yes, those are the more expensive ones. I have never tried it. Perhaps I will splurge for a bottle!  I would assume it would have to be on good vanilla ice cream..the one withe vanilla seeds bits in them?

I had marinated berries in a balsamic reduction over custard at an Italian restaurant. It was good..i enjoyed the sweet tang of it.
 
Hmmm..now i am craving this too!


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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/13 13:04:48 (permalink)
Yes, those are the more expensive ones. I have never tried it. Perhaps I will splurge for a bottle!  I would assume it would have to be on good vanilla ice cream..the one withe vanilla seeds bits in them?

I had marinated berries in a balsamic reduction over custard at an Italian restaurant. It was good..i enjoyed the sweet tang of it.
 
Hmmm..now i am craving this too!


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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/14 20:01:11 (permalink)
There's an ice cream stand/farm near Amherst MA that makes & sells Asparagus Ice Cream during the spring asparagus season.

I only needed one bite to ensure me it just wasn't right.
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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/14 22:51:45 (permalink)
oh that is simple GROSSS!
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Re:Most unique ice cream i had 2009/10/14 23:50:56 (permalink)
As I have admitted in other threads on Roadfood, I am a Hot Pepper Freak of the very worst sort. But, I have had two gelatos here in DullAss that I believe anyone would enjoy. OF COURSE I did! They are:  Dark Chocolate & Ancho Chile Gelato and Sweet Cream & Hatch Chile Gelato. Creamy frozen goodness with a pepper kick/finish! YUMmmmm.
CiaoMeOwww!
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