This Lemon Custard Ice Cream is making your mouth water right now isn’t it?
Or maybe you’re thinking, “Hey, what happened to the 11 Days of Giveaways?” but you would have to look a little closer here to see that there is a correlation between today’s recipe (this IS a recipe blog right?!) and the 11 Days of Giveaways.
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Yesterday, I gave you my first born. Today, I give you my second. This book comes out in EXACTLY
one week. I can’t even express to you how happy, overjoyed, delighted and just plain giddish I am to be releasing my second
cookbook. Thanks to Countryman Press, I had the opportunity to write a cookbook and then they gave me another chance to really challenge myself by asking me to write a cookbook about avocados. At first I felt like that challenge might be too much for me, I mean, how many recipes can you make with avocados?! But it turns out that there are truly endless possibilities when it comes to this weird green berry (yes, it’s a berry!).
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Personally, I don’t use cookbooks that much. They weigh me down, force me to do something within the bounds of a “recipe” and make me feel like I “need” them to make recipes. As a recipe developer and chef, I’ve never found them useful as cooking helpers…mostly as decorations and sometimes, for baking (cause, you know, science). I know there are people out there though, that LIVE in their cookbooks. There are those who collect them, going to shops all over the place and buying up whatever is on sale or seems to be a good collection of recipes. Well, if you are one of those people, today’s prize is definitely for YOU!
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There are a few things in life that are pure bliss. Most of mine involve chocolate, doughnuts or a perfect lift. But there are also these fun little drupals known as coconuts. I’m sure you are all aware of my book, Cooking with Coconut Oil, whicch spreads the love for the magical oil you can press from it’s flesh, but the coconut offers much and more from it’s wonderful hanging “fruits”. The “water” inside of a coconut is sterile and matches human electrolyte balance very closely, which is why it was used in the Pacific War by both sides as emergency plasma transfusions for wounded soldiers. What a magical thing the coconut truly is. So I am happy to announce that today’s prize for the 11 Days of Giveaways – Day 5 comes courtesy of O.N.E. Coconut Water!
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