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Watermelon Shaped Raspberry Lime Sherbet

A sherbet shaped like a watermelon? Yes please! Originally the word, sherbet, was referred to as a cold drink made with sweetened and diluted fruit juice. In the U.S., the word now most commonly refers to a frozen dessert made with milk (or cream) and flavored usually with fruit juice, with egg white or gelatin sometimes added. By federal regulation, in the US, sherbet must contain between exactly 1% and 2% butterfat.
It’s the fruiter version of ice cream that tastes delicious and is great to have on a summer’s day. You get the sweet, fruity flavors in each bite of …

 

World Dessert Tour

“When in Rome, do as the Romans do” is a popular idiom meaning when you are visiting a different place or culture, you should try to follow their customs and practice. Whenever I travel, whether it be within the states or outside of the states, I try to eat what the locals eat. Today’s post will be about popular desserts around the world, specifically from the top 5 travel locations in 2012 according to The New York Times.
 

1. Panama | Tres Leches
First stop is Panama. I have never visited this country before and know nothing about it, besides the historic Panama …