1) GORGEOUS photo - congrats!
2) GORGEOUS recipe - double congrats!
3) Did you juice the pomegranites yourself or find the juice somewhere??
By the way, i had a fascinating pomegranite dessert canapé tonight - they had envelopped the pomegranite seeds in gelatine and placed them on a green tea biscuit. When you bit into it, the seeds of pomegranite burst beautifully in your mouth. Not to take away from your recipe, of coures, but it was a funny coincidence to come back and read about another creative use of pomegranite!!
Meg in Paris |
December 16, 2005 4:21 PM
Oh Barrett, you didn't need to credit me! Thanks though.
All of these desserts were delicious, but I was especially spellbound by the shortbread, which I actually made myself last night (or at least a version of them). So thanks for the idea!
December 16, 2005 5:04 PM
1. Thanks to Paul, who took the pctue with his amazing Nikon D50. (Yeah, it's the tool, not the photographer, that's it! Yeah...)
3. I opted for the easy out and bought some pomegrante juice in those fun bulbous bottles. I did have some fresh pomegranate seeds to sprinkle on top, but I forgot to sprinkle. They were delicious for breakfast, I will say.
December 16, 2005 5:08 PM
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