Aug 26, 2016
When we were kids, sherbet came in colors, not flavors. Red. Green. Orange (well, okay, that one's a flavor and a color. They were overly sweetened not very rich frozen desserts which we would ever chosen but our grandmothers seem to have a penchant for them.But sherbet has a delicious bright side if it's made correctly. Fruit, whole milk sugar, and a little something for a silken mouth feel - usually gelatin or corn syrup. IN today's episode we're making a raspberry sherbet that will change the way you look at frozen desserts. Listen in and try the recipe. Even if it's not Friday when you do. Even if it's no longer summer.