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Friday, 27 March 2015

"Come on", Passion Fruit Sorbet {no milk, no sorbetière}

Heart-Made Passion Fruit Sorbet {Sorbet aux Fruits de la Passion},....made of Thai wild flower Honey... and beautiful Passion Fruits.... from The Doi Kham Royal Project, ...under the patronage of His Majesty King Bhumibol of Thailand...
.....s/w a scoop of my left-over raspberry sorbet, frozen raspberries, organic Thai Mulberry, (from my aunt's garden)... and a lovely bouquet of Pigeon Berry Flower for garnish....
kiki emoticon
hmmmm.... suddenly Barry White's "Come on"'s chorus... pops up in my head...
[...] I'll love you day and night
I'm with you wrong or right
I'll keep you satisfied
'Cause satisfaction's guaranteed[...]
(Serves 4)

350 ml fresh passion fruit juice & pulp
a good pinch salt
2 tablespoons orange juice 
1 tablespoon Cointreau or Triple Sec 
4 tablespoons drinking water
4 tablespoons organic honey (wild flower)

1. Sprinkle a good pinch of salt into a bowl of passion fruit pulp. Set aside.
2. Dissolve the honey in warm water, stirring until it has completely dissolved.
3. Add the orange juice, liquor and passion fruit pulp stir well.
4. You can***Churn in an ice-cream maker following the manufacturer's instructions. 

  • Pour into a plastic freezer box, cover and freeze. 
  • Stir every 30 minutes with a whisk during freezing to break up the ice crystals and give a better texture.
  • Freeze overnight with a layer of plastic wrap over the surface and the lid on the container. 
  • Keep in the freezer until ready to serve. 
Voilà! Nothing beats naturally refreshing homemade sorbet to cool down the heat of March here in Thailand... Enjoy!  :)
The responsibilities of adulthood often cut people off from the sheer pleasure of childlike curiosity and lightheartedness of our youth. Rediscovering a sense of wonder and playfulness periodically can help us regain our balance...While in the company of others, we may find it easier to enjoy a good laugh and engage fully in lighthearted conversations...that our interactions are much more energizing...Keeping our playful nature positive could make our interactions not only lively and upbeat, but also encouraging and constructive. 
I believe there are three tenants 
to live by in this apartment 
called Life: 
Love is empowering,
Fear is motivating, 
and Passion is fruit.

--Jarod Kintz
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