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Food and Wine on Chef Kalman’s fennel ice cream

June 10, 2015

Food and Wine is highlighting Chef Kalman’s new sorbet. They’re interested in the unique flavor, but we’re excited about the inspiration. Chef Kalman invented the flavor while trying to figure out how to use the fennel tops that would normally be thrown away. Read the full article below or at the Food and Wine website at this link.
 
5 NOT-SO-SWEET ICE CREAMS TO CHANGE UP YOUR SUMMER ROUTINE
BY FWX EDITORS | JUN 08 2015
 
fwx-savory-ice-cream-union-restaurant (Pic from Union Restaurant)
 
Grab your cones, grab your cups—it’s ice cream season, everyone. Almost every survey you look at still has vanilla and chocolate topping the list of most popular flavors, but you can only put so many variations of chocolate into frozen cream before you need to try something new. Here, five ways chefs are rethinking everyone’s favorite summer dessert in out-there and interesting ways.
 
1. Fennel Sorbet – Pasadena, CA
 
Chef Bruce Kalman of Union Restaurant spent some time trying to figure out what to do with all his leftover fennel stalks and finally came up with his fennel sorbet, which he serves along a shaved fennel salad with wild arugula, grapefruit and ricotta.
 
2. Burrata Soft Serve – New York City
 
Dominique Ansel just recently opened an ice cream window at his New York bakery and brought the world cheese ice cream. The man behind the Cronut serves up his soft serve with balsamic caramel and confited strawberry.
 
3. Celery Sorbet – New York City
 
Franklin Becker’s vegetarian-friendly Little Beet Table in New York’s Flatiron District has an ultra-refreshing celery sorbet with fresh berries for those health-conscious folks looking for a guilt-free dessert.
 
4. English Pea Ice Cream – Chicago
 
Fennel, celery and now pea ice cream from Chicago’s Longman & Eagle: Green vegetables are having a frozen moment. L&E’s Jeremy Brutzkus serves it alongside a brown butter profiterole with ricotta and Earl Grey custards, Earl Grey caramel and Earl Grey gelée.
 
5. Avocado Ice Cream – Los Angeles
 
Curtis Stone moved ice cream to the beginning of the meal at Maude. He is also aware that, presently, everyone’s favorite food is avocado. He serves his avocado ice cream with zucchini, coconut and sorrel as the first savory course on the menu.

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