Results tagged The Perfect Scoop from David Lebovitz

Do you want to know… The reason I’ll never have my own television program… (page 109) What a barely-there string bikini, high heels and world peace have in common with mango sorbet… (page 108) Why you might find me, nearly-naked, standing on your sidewalk someday… (page 141) The final installment of the trilogy, concluding my lifetime of disappointment… (page 88) Why I fear the ‘apple…

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There are a few options to consider when buying an ice cream maker, but rest assured that there’s certainly one that’ll fit within any budget. I’ve had several readers inquiring about ice cream makers and although there’s extensive information in my book, The Perfect Scoop, here’s additional information about the various kinds that are available, to help you make your decision. Cuisinart ICE-50BC I’ve been…

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At the markets during the spring and summer here in Paris, there are piles and mounds of strawberries. The sweet, fruity scent pervades the air as you get closer to the stands. I always come home with as many as I can carry, so I can eat as many as I can during their season. Some people swoon for the pale gariguette berries, which are slender…

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Roquefort cheese is produced in the southwestern region of France and is designated as AOC, the first product ever to do so in 1925, and is a designation meant to denote quality and provenance from a certain region made in a certain manner. Cheese experts (and me) agree that Roquefort is one of the top, all-time-greatest cheeses in the world. And I was excited to…

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While Paris is always beautiful, winter comes, and the city gets cold, gray, and touch dreary. In fact, it’s so cold that I refuse to go outside until spring. Believe me, all those romantic photos of Paris you see are taken during the spring and fall are very deceptive. And although it’s very pretty, it would take a mighty big levier (crowbar) to get me…

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