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Thursday, July 10, 2003

Ice-Cream Sandwiches 

It seems that no matter how good they may taste, sorbet-meringue ice-cream sandwiches do not keep for very long. On the Fourth of July, Evelin made these ice-cream sandwiches from the latest issue of Cooking Light; basically raspberry and/or peach sorbet sandwiched between meringues and then cut into wedges. Very tasty, but since it's only the two of us, they’ve been sitting in the freezer and disappearing slowly. The night before last, it seemed the meringue was getting very sticky and soft and last night, well, we decided to salvage the sorbet and to toss the meringues. Oh well, they were tasty while they lasted and the sorbet remains yummy. The recipe isn’t online unless you're an AOL member or Cooking Light subscriber, but the same issue had a really good-looking ice-cream sandwich using gingerbread men...

And it looks like a big negative for this cycle, so it's back to the fertility clinic on Saturday. Evelin also has an appointment with the herbalist at her acupuncturist’s office on Friday; the acupuncturist thinks the over-the-counter herbal mix she has been prescribing Evelin isn't as effective as it could be, so she wants Evelin to see the specialist...

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