Plum Sherbet (Sherbert)
By Cooking with Michele on October 03, 2012
« Previous Entry Next Entry » September 24, 2012 | Desserts The Mirriam Webster dictionary defines sherbet (often called sherbert in the US) like this: an ice with milk, egg white, or gelatin added. Therefore, I can’t for the life of me understand why so many food bloggers have entered into a debate about whether “true” sherbet has any dairy in it. Fortunately for me, I was less concerned about the technical definition, and more concerned with trying my . . .
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