PRODUCT REVIEW: New Zealand Natural Ice Cream

Dense yet restrained ice creams—plus a sorbet and a frozen yogurt—in the basic, popular flavors. New Zealand Natural Ice Cream is actually imported from New Zealand. It’s a different style of ice cream than Americans are used to; and if you like it, it’s better for you than your favorite superpremium (less sugar, less cream).…
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RECIPE: Grapefruit Granita

Granita is light, low-calorie and crunchier than sorbet. You don’t use an ice cream maker; instead, the ice crystals form in a pan in the freezer and are broken up every few hours. This recipe uses Texas Rio Star Grapefruit, grown in the Rio Grande Valley in southernmost Texas. They are more red in color…
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NEW PRODUCT: So Delicious Ice Cream Sandwiches

Coconut lover? Vegan? Kosher? Organic? You’re in luck: Purely Decadent, a brand of coconut milk-based frozen desserts, has launched So Delicious Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches, “the world’s first ice cream sandwiches made with non-dairy coconut milk ice cream.” At 2.3 ounces, the frozen treats weigh in at 100 calories per serving and are sweetened with…
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PRODUCT: Wine Cellar Sorbet For Christmas Dinner

There’s still time to have Wine Cellar Sorbet at your Christmas dinner—as a palate-cleanser between courses or a light dessert for adults who still want something sweet but have no room for anything else. Yes, the sorbets are for grown-ups: They are 5% alcohol and are distinctly—and delightfully—alcoholic. You need to order by midnight tonight…
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