|Ice Cream: The Ultimate Cold Comfort|
|by Jeri Quinzio|
The discovery of a new dish does more for human happiness than the discovery of a star, the noted gourmet Brillat-Savarin once wrote.
Tip: Try fruit soup for more results.
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Put 3 cups ... pounds of summer fruit (green grapes and ... Cool. Refrigerate Serve cold with a dollop ... days. Extremely refreshing on a hot summer night.
Soak the apricots ... 6 cups of cold water for 30 ... cointreau, etc., could be added in small quantity. This is served as a light but nourishing dessert.
Mix all ingredients in blender until smooth. Chill overnight several hours. Garnish with mint leaves. Very nutritious. High in Vitamins A & B, ...
Cover apricot halves and prunes with cold water and soak ... minutes or until fruit is tender. Remove ... (1/6 recipe) = 2 fruit exchanges. 75 calories.
Bring 4 cups ... cinnamon. Simmer until fruit is soft, about ... a topping of whipped cream or sour cream for dessert or as a side dish with ham or pork.
Soak prunes, apricots ... an hour in cold water. Add cinnamon, ... bring to a boil; add cherry Jello dissolved in boiling water. Stir. Serve hot or cold.
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Place all the fruit and sugar in ... dissolved add to soup about 10 minutes ... serving a dollop of yogurt of sour cream can be added on top. Serves 8-10.
Simmer dried fruit in water with ... tablespoons water. Bring soup to a boil ... fruit pot and simmer until thick. Can be served cold or hot with cream.
This is a ... accompaniment for meat, (Fruit Soup). 1. Soak ... either hot or cold; either as ... with almonds) or hot as an accompaniment to a meat course.
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