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TIP OF THE DAY: Fall Harvest Sorbet, The Easiest Dessert

Our favorite easy dessert is a dish of sorbet. It’s light and refreshing, and there are wonderful flavors to be had. It accommodates vegans, lactose-intolerant people, kosher observers (it’s pareve) and those who are so stuffed they can’t eat another bite—but of course, want to end their meal with something sweet.

Sorbet is made in a breadth of colors and flavors, which leads to today’s tip: “fall harvest” sorbet.

Look at this combination with Ciao Bella Gelato’s Blackberry Cabernet, Blood Orange and Ginger Peach sorbets. Even though the flavors aren’t classic fall, the color medley is spot on. It looks seasonal.

Fall-specific flavor include apple, fig, grape and pear (although the latter tends to be whitish—not part of the fall color palette).

You may even find beet sorbet (or make your own).

 
Make a festive sorbet dessert from seasonal colors. Photo courtesy Ciao Bella Gelato.
 

Mango and pomegranate sorbets, popular year-round, contribute both richness of flavor and color.

All you need are:

  • Two or three pints of contrasting sorbets
  • Optional garnish of pomegranate arils
  • A glass dish, goblet or Martini glass (they’re better than an opaque dish to show off the vibrant colors)
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    Then, just scoop and serve! What could be better at the end of a long dinner? (Answer: someone to do all the dishes!)
      




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