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This is a refreshing Pomegranate and Passion fruit sherbet. I took the cue from Wayne and used Cap Lemon Lime for the sherbet base and paired it with fw vanilla bean ice cream because it is a nice and light yet sweet ice cream. Its not too buttery so it translates to sherbets very easily. I used a touch of pink guava for a bit more tart citrus since it tastes more like grapefruit to me. Then I sweetened and thickened up the mix by adding a bit of cap vanilla cupcake. I have mixed this up with .75% polar blast and it is nice but if you don't want to steep this (you don't have to at all) then I would suggest using .5% fa polar blast or use your preferred cooling agent.
A macaron flavored with fruit from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil
The theme for Mixers' Club was "duets" - taking two existing recipes and making them sing together. I wanted to try to marry my macaron base from my Mango Blossom Macaron to the best recipe to come out of last year's DIYorDIE world mixing competition, the heavenly three-ingredient "In a Godda Da Vida" by the incomparable @mlNikon. The earliest versions were disastrous. TFA Papaya and FA Pomegranate and not to be trifled with. It took turning them down further and further and even adjusting the ratio a bit to get Godda to fit into a light and airy meringue and almond flour cookie with an ingratiating touch of forbidden fruit flavor.
|Spiced Cranberry Sauce For Giving Thanks That White Puritans Slaughtered Thousands of Native Americans So They Could Pray About A Book In Ways That Their Old Government Wouldn't Let Them And Now We Have Turkey And NFL||
This recipe is a delicious cranberry sauce sprinkled with cinnamon sugar meant for vaping right after your Thanksgiving feast.
Don't forget to remember the thousands of lives destroyed for no reason other than empirical prowess and religious conquests.
Otherwise, you wouldn't be able to watch the NFL on your Flat Screen while you pig out on a dry bird covered in the secretions of said bird.
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