Panier of Plenty

Little sorbet flowers

Although there are noticeable signs of autumn, these little ‘sorbet’ ice blocks are still requested each day. I convert all ripe fruit into different fresh purees to freeze and have tried every possible combination as we change season… they are all popular!

Peach and pear flowers

Peach and pear flowers

Peach, plum and banana hearts

Peach, plum and banana hearts

The discerning 'taster' at work

The discerning ‘taster’ at work

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One thought on “Little sorbet flowers

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    Miam miam! 🙂

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