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Scooped: Peanut and Coke Sorbet

I'm as Yankee as they come, but I know a good idea when I see one, and the sweet-fizzy-drink-meets-salty-snack mash-up is a good one indeed. Once you accept that the Coke functions as a rootsy, molasses-tinged caramel to coat the peanuts in a way not unlike that northern ballpark snack, the concept goes down easier. But my question last weekend was if the combination could make the transition to ice cream. More

Scooped: Mango Sorbet

This sorbet is the next-easiest thing to eating straight-up fruit: puréed mango, sugar, lime juice, and salt. There's some water to get the blender going, but otherwise nothing standing in the way between you and the mango. The result is an impressively creamy sorbet with an elasticity verging on ice cream. More

Scooped: Easy Peach Sorbet

When you get great peaches, all you want to do is not screw them up. But if you want to be more creative, or you have some less than stellar specimens (perfectly ripe but a hair too tart, or not quite as sweet as you'd like), there's no easier trip from fruit to dessert than sorbet. Especially this one, which is also kind to frozen peaches, and doesn't even make you remove the skins. More

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