Montag, 9. August 2010

TWD: Chocolate Ganache Ice Cream


 Icecream - I really like making icecream! It's mostly a whole mess, because you always need various pots and bowls, spoons and whisks and spatulas. And it is still a miracle for me, how something so cold as ice starts with hot dairy.

Icecream was in fact at the very beginning of my "baking" history, as I first started with reading David Lebovitz' blog when I was working in Paris. And only got to know about Dorie Greenspan through him. And as he is a genius in icecream making, I took all my guts and started trying it out myself, even though I have no ice-machine until now. But believe me, you don't need it if you follow his instructions and tips!

Therefore, I am always happy if somebody at TWD opts for  icecream, as this week Katrina of Baking and Boys did (find the recipe at her page or in Dorie's book on page 430).


The only problem is that it is not that easy for me to take good pictures, as I bring everything I do for TWD to work. Therefore, I decided to try icecream-sandwiches and make some of David Lebovitz icecream-cookies. I made almond-cookies and chocolate-chip-cookies with chunks of bitter-sweet-orange chocolate.

But the main and most important part was the icecream, the Chooclate Ganache Ice Cream - a wonderful, tasty, chocolaty icecream, smooth and full of flavour. Plus: It tasts like frozen Mousse au Chocolat. It's really worth the mess in the kitchen!

And for the sandwiches - they turned out to be a perfect side-kick!

Kommentare:

  1. Your ice cream cookies sandwiches look delicious and fun! Love the almond cookies and bittersweet orange chocolate chunks is a new flavor combo for me. What a great idea!

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  2. The filled cookies look great,worthy of the ice cream filling.

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  3. Wow! Those cookie sandwiches are gorgeous - I'd love to have one right this second! :)

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  4. Awesome. I love your ice cream sandwiches! Yum!

    Thanks for making ice cream with me this week!

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