Spice Dreams: Flavored Ice Creams and Other Frozen Treats by Sara Engram and Katie Luber with Nancy Meadows and Kimberly Toqe, includes recipes like Brown Sugar and Spiced Banana Ice Cream; Cardamom Snickerdoodle Ice-Cream Sandwiches; and Mango Sorbet with Cumin and Cinnamon.
by Sara Engram and Katie Luber with Nancy Meadows and Kimberly Toqe
The artificial ingredients in some store-bought ice creams are enough to frost even the hottest fans of cool treats, particularly in a world where everyone is seeking out fresh and natural foods. Sara Engram and Katie Luber come to the rescue with their latest cookbook, Spice Dreams: Flavored Ice Creams and Other Frozen Treats, combining all-natural ingredients with fresh and dried herbs and spices to create refreshing new flavors and spicy twists to everyone's favorite treat.
In their previous cookbook, The Spice Kitchen, spice queens Sara and Katie enhanced everyday meals with herbs and spices from their two unique lines of organic spices, tsp spices and Smart Spice. Now they are treating ice cream connoisseurs everywhere to 50 new recipes for ice creams, sorbets, sundaes, ice cream sandwiches, and other frozen treats.
Sara and Katie, with help from Nancy Meadows and Kimberly Toqe, dare aspiring "spice cream" chefs to create their own combinations, inspired by Spice Dreams recipes such as Honey-Mint Ice Cream with Thyme and Basil, Chile-Orange-Chocolate Sorbet, Cardamom Snickerdoodle Cookie Ice-Cream Sandwiches, and Almond Ice Cream with Turmeric, Cardamom, and Cloves.
Spice Dreams taps into the hot new trend of adding herbs and spices to sweets and features full-color photography of these tasty treats sure to delight young and old, sweet tooths, spice fanatics, and food lovers everywhere.
Sara Engram and Katie Luber founded The Seasoned Palate, Inc., based in Baltimore, MD. The Seasoned Palate, or TSP, specializes in packaging organic spices in one-teaspoon packets for convenience and freshness. The company's TSP spices line is sold in more than 300 retail stores in the United States, Canada, and Europe, and the Smart Spice brand is sold in supermarkets throughout the United States.
Kimberly Toqe was the Assistant Test Kitchen Chef at Lawry's before starting her own culinary consulting company, La Toqe Blanche, in 2005. She has worked as a recipe writer and developer as well as a culinary educator, teaching at the Le Cordon Bleu California School of Culinary Arts.
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