Remember the Cinnamon Basil Ice Cream last week? Me too. You know why? I wrote it down on here.
Many moons ago i made a Cinnamon Basil Ice Cream that was so so. I liked it but I didn’t love it. After a couple revamps and many curse words shouted that I’m surprised no one called the cops. I got the Cinnamon Basil Ice Cream right where it should be. And damn proud of it too! Fresh basil is something to be admired and enjoyed. Fresh basil is an ingredient that you can chop up and add to fresh pasta, a sandwich, a salad, a bowl of fresh summer vegetables with a squeeze of lemon and it will be one of the best dishes you’ve had. Simple and clean. Ice cream is no exception. When making desserts or just cooking in general there has to be a balance. One of the many many things that annoys me is when you take a bite of something and you get an overwhelming assault of one flavor and nothing else. Fresh herbs are delicious and should be used often but correctly. There is such a think as Cinnamon Basil and though I don’t use it here …
Supposedly there is a movement towards calling the Prune a Dried Plum. Which is the dumbest and yet the smartest thing to do.
The Churro Cocktail is my summer fling. Everyone has a summer fling or at least that’s what I hear. I don’t hang flings I have a grab em and hold em until they move out of the city thing.
I may be the only person I know that thinks Nutella is highly overrated. It’s alright. I don’t go all crazy and squeal like a little girl when somethings made with Nutella. Bacon dunked in Nutella and people think it’s the best invention ever. Well, move over Elon Musk some dipshit dunked his bacon in Nutella and we gave him a TV show.
Here is the new, soon to be stolen by big companies, ice cream idea from Gus Baldwin.
I was invited to my friend Pepper’s house for his partners birthday. I made this awesome cake with the colors of the Brazilian flag in honor of his Brazilian partner. Enter my Assistant Gilberto who wants to turn the party into a Mexican Fiesta with the idea of Margarita’s.