This will probably seem like a shamelessly biased rave post about Darling Clandestine, but that's okay. I can live with that. Really I just wanted to save some photos here that I entered for a recent Facebook contest. I won some free items and a hefty discount on my next order, so as you can imagine, I'm pretty stoked about that and am feeling particularly warm and fuzzy towards DC at the moment. But it's really just another example of what an awesome legacy for great customer service Evonne (the owner) is building with her brand. I keep having great experiences with my purchases. I have several examples:

1. A few months ago I made a purchase of two solid scents and two full size oils. My order was still within the 7 day TAT when Evonne had a one-day-only flash sale with a buy 2, get 1 free deal for oils and solids. Evonne wrote me on Etsy and asked me if I wanted to take advantage of that deal and request a free solid and oil. Did I ever! How awesome is that? I hadn't ordered really anywhere near the time of that sale and never for a moment expected to be contacted to participate. I think because my order hadn't shipped yet, and because it was a BOGO-type sale rather than a %-off type sale that she considered it eligible. Whatever the reasoning, I was thrilled about it! When I got my order, one of my solid scents had a little leaf-token in it, which is a common DC contest/promotion. If you find such a trinket in your solid scent, you get a free one! This equaled more warm and fuzzies for me!

2. Another order in the past few months was delayed slightly by supply issues, and by slightly, I mean, a mere few days after the standard 7 day TAT. Evonne wrote to let me know and promised to make it up to me (when really a heads-up would have totally sufficed). When I got my order she had included 2 full size lip balms. And her lip balms are huge, in cute sliding tins! 

3.Evonne often includes samples, but she is also a master of the art of the upgrade. With my last order I ordered two oils and a solid scent. She upgraded my solid scent to a full size oil AND included an extra solid scent (Love and Sharks, which rather, um, clandestinely, happened to be a scent I'd been wanting to try but wasn't listed in the shop at the time of my order.)

That really did read like some terribly lame and sentimental love letter, but it's all true! I've got nothing but love for DC!

So, if you like DC and haven't liked her on Facebook yet, do it! She has frequent contests and there's almost always some sort of coupon code floating around. But that's how she reels you in, folks. Be warned. I've gotten quite addicted. I'm especially looking forward to the Halloween collection coming back (according to FB posts, September 30th). Last fall when I was first trying DC out, I thought the notes in the four scents sounded a little weird and maybe not something I'd be interested in. I hadn't learned yet to never discount a scent based on the description because it almost always surprises and delights. I *may try* to hold on to my coupon code until the Halloween release and do a huge order then.

So, I took some pictures for the last contest she had on Facebook, where she asked us to take pictures of our collections using several themes/ categories. I, being indecisive and over-zealous, took pictures for every category. This was allowed per the instructions, but after I saw everyone else only entering one each, I felt a little obnoxious, like Hermione Granger waving her insufferable know-it-all hand in the air. But, since there weren't a ton of entries, this worked in my favor, so I got over any awkward feelings quickly!

Luckily the morning Evonne posted the rules for the contest G and I already had plans for the day to go to places that would provide really nice backdrops for pictures: a local dairy with awesome ice cream, a nearby state park with lots of walking trails, and one of the few colorful, edgy, progressive hippie hamlets in our area. G was very patient while I took a gazillion shots for each one in an attempt to get it just right. Here they are:

DC Hot Date: I chose Inked because it's a super sexy, perfect for date night scent. I took this in a rambling, messy, wonderful book store in Yellow Springs, Ohio, because most of our dates involve browsing book stores. And also because of books...Inked...get it?

DC Shapes: I'm really proud of this one! This was taken in this mysterious looking old stone waterworks-in-the-woods area in Yellow Springs at the bottom of a mossy stone staircase. I had to get down on the ground to be level with the bitsy vial, I was on a little crumbling stone bridge that goes over the waterworks. There is steep drop-off right beyond the vial.  I think this represents Vardogr perfectly: The shape of the tunnel is a little unnerving; it's hard to tell where the reflections end and reality begins. Vardogr is unusual, but once you spend some time with it, it makes perfect sense.

DC Road Trip: This was just a cute one of G eating ice cream at  Young's Jersey Dairy along with Small Saga, which is a great road trip scent.




DC Back in Time: I have pictures of me when I was little playing on these tractors at the dairy. They still have them set up for the kids to play on, and I would pretend to drive, not knowing where, just somewhere far away. Harpy has that sense of summer wanderlust too.


DC  Pairs: I got this shot deep in the woods in John Bryan State Park. I chose Curiosities Ball and Serpentina because together they are so...green. Spicy, mysterious, vibrant.

I posted one more just for kicks and giggles. I couldn't decide what category it would go under but I really liked it. I took this in the creek right next to our apartment (one of the place's few perks), and thought it reflected Mishigami very well.
That is all for today, folks! G and I are going out of town tomorrow for a couple of days. I won't tell you why yet, but it is very exciting for us and I will be sure to do a special post about it. Have a great weekend all!
It seems impossible, but it's almost time for fall releases from my favorite indie perfumeries! It's crazy to think that I made my very first order with Haus of Gloi this time two years ago, and I've never looked back since. What in the world did I spend my discretionary income on before? I have no idea! Anyway, the first part of Haus of Gloi's autumn release is this Sunday, in fact, August 25th. The second part including whipped soaps and butterbombs will be mid-September when temperatures cool down. There are some new scents and a new product, scented hair oils! I also have a sneak peek at one of the new fall scents for you today too! But first, the Haus recently came out with an Indian Summer themed release, celebrating those warm pre-harvest days. 

I took a chance and ordered a full size of Heirloom oil, an Heirloom Pumpkin Butter, a Golden Corn Cakes Bubbling Scrub, and samples of Golden Corn Cakes and Homestead. They are doing a new promotion where if you spend 25+ dollars in an order, you get a "single note of the week" sample. These are the same notes that they use to compose the custom perfumes, so if you want to know what a note smells like by itself before trying it in a blend, or just to educate yourself on what certain unfamiliar notes are like, this is great way to do it. I got a sample of kaffir lime leaf. These samples are in addition to the standard free ones that come with all orders.



Some thoughts on the scents:


  Heirloom

Overripe pears, long faded perfume, sweet grass and dry late summer air.

This is a VERY pear centric scent! Bright, tangy, and fruity. I have a weird thing where pear notes smell sort of like fruity bubble gum to me, I have no idea why. I get the same thing from Darling Clandestine's Mad as Birds. The dry down is a little more warm and cozy. I like this one, but I probably should have just gotten a sample of it. I think that would have sufficed for me. 

Homestead
Dried herbs, fresh sage on a polished wooden table, softened by sweet peru balsam.

This is dry, green, and herbal, sort of meditative. It smells just like the Aveda spa I go to. If you like that sort of spa scent, this one may be for you. I liked it, didn't love it.

Golden Corn Cakes

Corn cake baked to a golden perfection, topped with butter and honey.

This one I bought on a whim just because it sounded so outrageously impractical and foodie. Something that would accomplish nothing but making me incredibly hungry. Mission accomplished! This makes me crave warm arepa, slathered with butter and maple syrup. The Haus really shines with their foodie blends, no foolin'. It's shockingly authentic. The dry down is just a faded, warm-ish baking smell, which isn't really that amazing or interesting to me, but honestly the cold sniff and the first leg of the journey alone makes me want to buy more of it. And others must have agreed because it's coming back for the autumn reverie!

Kaffir Lime Leaf

Wow, this is really interesting! Quite a floral, clean, almost soapy lime scent. Not straight lime at all. I wouldn't want to wear this by itself but it seems like it would blend well with lots of other notes.






Then, I did another sort of random General Catalog order, mostly because the single note of the week was Red Musk and I really wanted to try it, and because they were giving out sneak peek samples of Autumn scents. I got body emulsions in Vice, Twice is Nice, and Madcap Garden, and a perfume sample of Satyr. I also got a full size oil of Twice is Nice (not pictured) but it was accidentally omitted from my order. I sent them an email and my perfume was mailed out the very next day. They do have mixups sometimes, but they are always quick to fix them. I couldn't stay upset if I tried!

I had never tried Twice is Nice (Sweetest offerings of opulence! Buttery sugar cookie, with shavings of creamy coconut and topped with toasted almond slivers!) (the almond scared me) but a friend had a sample of it and as soon as I sniffed it I knew I had to have it. It smells just like these coconut macaroon cookies I remember having when I was little. OMG, sooooo good. The sad thing is, G hates this scent! I wore it to bed as soon as I got it and he told me the next morning he considered waking me up to wash it off, he loathed it so much. Makes no sense at all! Silly man!

I had also never tried Madcap Garden (A lively blend, pure black tea chilled with peppermint and the tiniest spike of sweet honey. Very unisex, stimulating, addictive, and bright) but I love the emulsion. I think it's a really soft, refreshing, light scent that will go well with lots of my other perfumes. The honey in it is a very pale, sweet honey, not overpowering at all. I just love the mint/tea/honey combo!

Satyr (Absolutely fiendish creature! And quite frolicsome: Italian blood orange drizzled with blackened vanilla.)I have gotten in an emulsion before. I didn't think I would really like it much, but it has a nostalgic, carnival-like feel to it. For some reason I smell fried fair food in this, like funnel cakes. I really don't know why, but I like it!

I love the Red Musk note that I used in my last custom scent (Coconut, orange blossom, mahogany, and red musk) and I loved getting to try it on its own. It's actually wearable as a perfume by itself, I think. It reminds me of a scent like Jovan White Musk, but a little deeper and darker and warmer.

Finally, the Horseman! (Autumnal forest and wood, distant fire, smooth saddle leather, brown musk and the lingering scent of a dark gentleman's cologne on a black woolen coat) This one is for those who don't care for the foodie scents...this is for smoke and leather lovers! Very debonair and sophisticated, this would be great for the fellas, but lots of ladies would gravitate towards it too. It's woodsy and a little foreboding, with the tiniest wisp of a chill in the air, but also warm and smokey. It reminds me of a mixture of Snow Wolf and Plotter's Breakfast, which I find a little too strong and sharp separately, but the impression of them together is quite smooth and wearable.

Sooo...that is all for today! Are you planning on getting anything from the Autumn release? I'm thinking the hair oil in Samhain may find its way into my basket!




Exciting day here in Liber Vix land, folks! I just got my fall Allure Beauty Box in the mail, and I am so stoked about it I can't even tell you! In case you don't know, Allure magazine has these seasonal beauty boxes, but unlike sample service boxes, these are huge and come with full size products for an obscenely low price. I've never gotten one before and I am so happy I managed to snag one-these babies go fast! Like, really fast. These sold out in less than 15 minutes. I expected the servers to crash and to have a lot of trouble purchasing it when it was released at noon EST July 23rd, but I was ready and refreshing my screen several minutes before, and as soon as it became available I swooped in and got one with no problem at all.

I can't believe what an awesome deal these are! With tax and shipping my total came up to $53.24, and the products retail for over 350 bucks. If you realistically only like and use half the products, it's still paid for itself several times over! I am eager to try pretty much everything, but I may give a couple of the items away as gifts.

So, let me show you the bounty!

It came in a huge box, covered in tissue paper with a pamphlet describing all the products.



And underneath was this neat chambered cardboard thingy (maybe there's a better word for it?) It's really sturdy and I feel like I should save it for something, maybe storing Christmas ornaments or something like that.



And here is the press release image of all the items:



 My package differed from this image in just a couple ways. Here's the product list, along with product substitutions.

  • Schick Hydro Silk Razor
  • KMS California Hair Stay
  • RoC Retinol Correxion Cream
  • Neutrogena Rapid Tone Repair
  • Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask
  • Burt’s Bees Lip Balm
  • La Roche-Posay Redermic Intensive Anti-Aging Corrective Treatment
  • Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Lotion
  • Pixi Eye Bright Liner
  • Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure Nail Polish(Instead of the matte looking teal on the press release image, I got Mermaid's Tale, a sparkly teal with blue-green glitter)
  • Sally Hansen Cuticle Eraser & Balm
  • Simple Skin Care Foaming Cleanser (I received Simple Hydrating Light Moisturizer)
  • Redken Satinwear 02 Ultimate Blow-Dry Lotion
  • Cetaphil DailyAdvance Ultra Hydrating Lotion
  • Redken All Soft Argan Oil
  • Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash
  • Goldwell Gloss Style Magic Finish Hairspray
  • Sally Hansen Ouch Relief Wax Strip Kit 
  • Skintimate Shaving Cream
  • Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Mask
  • Sally Hanson Salon Effects Nail Strips
  • Sation Nail Polish
  • Tibolli Hair Oil (I received GK Hair Taming System Serum with Juvexin)
  •  I also received a random sample packet of Roc Retinol Correxion Sensitive Night Cream
I'm fine with all the substitutions; luckily none of them were things I was really hell-bent on getting. I literally couldn't fit all the goodies into one picture, so I had to split them up.

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I am really eager to try the skin care products, particularly the Neutrogena Rapid Tone Repair, and the Carol's Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Mask. I got it once in a Birchbox and really liked it, but hesitated to get a full size as it retails for 32 bucks just by itself! And now I've got one, at a huge discount.
 Oh my, I don't even know where to start! I am in total product overload!
Have you ever gotten one of these boxes? Let me know if you want to know my thoughts on any of these products!
(I feel like this post is way too full of exclamation points, but honestly, I really am ridiculously, absurdly, and maybe inappropriately excited about this box. I'm sure you all understand :)

You guys, I did a thing recently. I probably shouldn't have, but I did. I haven't done a really big haul at Solstice Scents since last autumn, and I guess after seeing the new summer collection I might have gone a wee bit crazy.



Here's what I got:

Perfumes in 
Coquina
Hand of Darkness
Sirocco
High Desert
High Noon
 Banana Nut Bread Sugared Amber Whipped Cleansing Scrub
Coquina Body Ganache
Florida Fruit Stand Whipped Soap
Tropical Moon Glace
Botanical Toner for oily and troubled complexions


The scrub is actually from the spring collection; I had wanted the scrub in Florida Fruit Stand but it was sold out very quickly so I went ahead and got the Banana Nut Bread. I had tried it before as a whipped soap and liked it except for an initial boozy note I didn't care for. I happily didn't notice it with the scrub, maybe since it is from the spring collection it has had more time to mellow out. I was also happy to see a summer ganache offered, it seems like there are mostly only glaces offered for body leave on products during the summer, so I didn't hesitate to get the Coquina ganache. I had also tried Tropical Moon last year and wanted a full size, and thought it would be good to have as a glace. I also loved Sirocco last year but it sold out by the time I decided I wanted a full size, so that was also on my must-have list. You can check out my thoughts on some of the returning scents from my post about 2012's summer release.

And on to the new scents!

Coquina 
Sandalwood, Orange Blossom, Clementine EO, Beach Sand, Plumeria Absolute, Coconut, Ginger EO & A Splash of Sea-spray

Given my recent obsession with orange blossom scents, I was pretty sure I would love this. And I do! Cold sniff is very bright, floral, and citrusy. For a second the clementine is a little strong to me and almost veers into bitter baby aspirin territory. But this impression disappears almost instantly as the warm, woodsy dry down arrives. This actually reminds me of the last custom scent I did with Haus of Gloi. It has orange blossom, coconut, mahogany, and red musk, and has been by far the best custom I've done with them. Coquina has a similar profile, albeit more complex. I wish this lasted longer on me and had a bit more sillage, but layering it with the ganache helps. I really love the ganache because it has an initial cocoa butter scent that, paired with the orange-y notes, creates a yummy chocolate orange smell.

Hand of Darkness
Oceanic Accord, Rain Accord, Woods Blend, Black Pitch, Buddha Wood, Lime, Coriander, Tarragon, Amber
 

I was initially skeptical that I needed another "tumultuous seas" sort of scent, as Tenebrous Mist is pretty much my gold standard for that. But I'm glad I got this. While Tenebrous Mist is more salty/musky, Hand of Darkness is dank, watery, sort of dirty, and very woodsy. I get the fleeting lime top note, but it's definitely not a bright, juicy lime, but rather somehow cold and damp. It reminds me of how the scent Courtyard incorporated lime and coriander and gave me the impression of a stone fountain. After that though I am reminded of another favorite SS scent, Wail of the Banshee, which has only been offered as salts and whipped soap before. I've always wanted it as a perfume, and Hand of Darkness is as close as it can probably get. The dry down though is more woodsy and warm and comforting and just a touch spicy, so this one is definitely a morpher, but the dry down does come fairly quickly. It also clings very close to the skin, so it's good if you need subtlety. There are lots of notes in this I've never smelled before! It's quite ambitious!

High Desert
 Desert Sage, Ceremonial White Sage, Sandalwood, Mitti, Cacti, Indian Tobacco, Prickly Pear Cactus, Hay, Smoke, Labdanum, etc.

This one is a very dry, green, woodsy scent, heavy on the sage, and quite evocative of the desert (though I've never been-I can imagine). The sage is front and center at first, and then I can catch whiffs of something sort of smokey and incensey, which I'm guessing is the labdanum. I quite like the smell of sage, in candles (Yankee Candles Sage and Citrus specifically) or those little bundles you can find for burning, and I would like this scent for relaxing before bed. But it probably isn't one I would dedicate whole days out to wearing. I had bought High Desert and High Noon with the the intent to give one of them to G as a gift, and let him choose between them. He deliberated for a long time because he liked both, and I was  hesitant to let either one go since I liked both of them too! But finally he decided on High Desert, and it smells really nice on him. And I'm sure I can steal sniffs if the mood arises. He won't mind.




High Noon
Worn Holster Leather, Tobacco, Whiskey, Woods, Sand, Gun-Smoke, Musk & Soft Ladies' Perfume

Though they don't really have anything in common that I can tell, this one reminds me of Sirocco, but more rugged than exotic. Just a generally warm, smokey, swaggering scent with a touch of sweetness. The whiskey note is very smooth, not boozy at all. This one would also be great for those who like Library from the Manor Collection. I like it but it has mad sillage on me. I tried a bit on my wrist at work and I started feeling self-conscious, like I could smell it everywhere around me. I enjoyed it, but I could see it as being a bit intense for the more sensitive types I work with. So I would wear this mostly at home or out if I not going to be in close quarters with anyone.

Florida Fruit Stand 
A huge pile of cool ripe watermelons next to a giant crate of bananas mixes with sweet orange and blood orange essential oils, tangerine essential oil, strawberry and lemon.

I'm not really a huge watermelon scent fan, but I just wanted to get this as its one of the few summer scents I haven't tried, and I needed a whipped soap. I don't really get much more than a light watermelon scent from this. It's pleasant enough and I will use it, but I'm not head over heels in love with it. It has a bit too much of a lingering soapy, clean smell, which sort of clashes with the lighter fruit scent. That soapy base smell serves some whipped soap scents well, like Wail of the Banshee, but for a fruitier scent like this, not so much.

So I think I'm pretty much stocked up on Solstice Scents until fall! Of course, as soon as I say that something else will catch my eye, but I will try to refrain.

Hope you all are having a happy summer, and thanks for reading!






Meet my newest culinary obsession: homemade ice cream! I recently bought an ice cream maker and felt emboldened to try my hand at creating this mysterious, exotic, rather magical food (at least when it comes to actually making it myself). I wondered how I could get homemade ice cream to taste as creamy as the kind in stores or artisan shops. I had childhood memories of my uncle (rip) bringing an old fashioned hand-crank ice cream maker to annual family reunions, and spending what felt like an eternity churning away until what we got was an icy, grainy, mushy, vaguely-vanilla flavored frozen dessert that we had to eat out of Styrofoam cups and drown in chocolate syrup to make it halfway palatable. As fond as the memory is, I didn't want to spend hours slaving away on ice cream that didn't deliver in the taste and texture department.

Enter Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream. And Jeni's Ice Cream Book. I have only had this ice cream from an actual shop once, when G and I were at the North Market in Columbus in 2009, burning some time before a Morrissey concert, and we decided to get some ice cream. He got Earl Grey, I got Queen City Cayenne. When we walked back out to the car, we discovered that we had gotten a really unfair, totally unwarranted parking ticket. This could have easily dampened our spirits and cast a pall over the whole day. Luckily, however, we were holding little cups of Jeni's Ice Cream at the discovery of the Ticket. Now, the ticket still sucked, but eating said ice cream made it suck just a little bit less. Because this stuff is good. Like, really good. How brilliant is it to add a spicy kick to rich, dark chocolate ice cream? Hot, cold, hot, cold...what a delicious little shape-shifter. And how excited was I when I found out this Columbus based company would be stocking product at a local high-end grocery store? Very excited, until I realized a wee pint would be about ten bucks. Now, I would say given the top-notch ingredients they use and the unique flavors, it probably is worth that much, but man, I just couldn't justify the expense more than once every blue moon.

Now, I don't have to choose. Because the cookbook teaches you how to make many of the same flavors you can find in the shops and stores, and they taste exactly the same. And once you get acquainted with the base, you can adapt and improvise to your belly's content. And for less than the cost of of one pint in the store, you can get a quart of your flavor of choice. Another plus is that Jeni's recipes don't include eggs, so you don't have to deal with tempering them. She uses a bit of cornstarch as a thickener and a touch of cream cheese for creaminess. And, oh, it will be very creamy. And decadent. And rich. And totally worth the splurge. Once you get the basics down it really isn't too hard, and people will be very impressed with you, guaranteed.

For the recipe I'm sharing with you today, I adapted her Lemon Cream Ice Cream recipe. I'm a huge fan of lemon/ginger flavor combos, so I decided to add minced ginger and crushed gingersnaps to the base. Success was had. Keep in mind this was literally the second batch I tried, and already I was improving and feeling more comfortable with the technique and what was going on and when. I am deviating from her technique in just a couple ways because they are working better for me.




Here are some of the ingredients we're using: whole milk, heavy cream, sugar, cream cheese, ginger, lemon juice and zest. I probably don't need to tell you that this is not light ice cream. There are four parts to this particular recipe, a cream/sugar/milk/corn syrup/zest base which is cooked, a milk and corn starch slurry, a lemon syrup made from lemon juice and sugar, and a mixture of cream cheese and salt. You will need to have a few bowls handy.


I peeled strips of zest with a vegetable peeler rather than a grater, as the larger pieces are easier to remove when the base is strained later.


 Once the base has cooked properly the next step is to transfer the mixture to a plastic bag and set in a bowl lined with ice to cool for at least 30 minutes. For my first couple batches I followed Jeni's instructions on this, though I really didn't like adding super hot base to a plastic bag. I suppose it is intended to allow the most surface area of the base to be in contact with the ice, hypothetically chilling it more quickly. I didn't find this to be the case for me, my base was just cool and took a lot longer to process once added to the machine. Since this batch I have started just adding the base to a bowl, setting it in a larger bowl lined with ice and an ice pack for good measure, and refrigerating for a couple hours or even overnight. This also splits up the ice cream making process into more manageable chunks. It's a personal preference, however.

After the base has chilled you bring out the base, the gingersnaps and the reserved lemon syrup. The base is strained to remove the lemon zest and extra ginger. Make certain the ice cream canister had been in the freezer for a good 24-48 hours and to not bring it out to place in the machine base until the very moment you are ready to begin churning. Every bit of cold helps.


 After the strained base is added to the machine, the lemon syrup is poured in, and the machine is left to run for a while. The machine directions state processing takes anywhere from 20-45 minutes, and the machine shuts off automatically when it senses the ice cream is thick enough. This batch took on the long side for me because the base really didn't chill very well initially. One subsequent batch finished in just around 20 minutes because I had chilled the base overnight. It's also important to not add solid pieces (cookies, chocolate, etc.) too soon because that will cause the machine to prematurely sense completion. Wait until the ice cream is fairly thick and is just starting to pull away from the sides of the canister.



When ready, add the gingersnap pieces and run machine just until incorporated. The machine may automatically turn off, but mine didn't, so I just turned it off myself.


The ice cream base that is not totally chilled before processing may not set up as thick, but once it's frozen (around 4 hours) it tastes amazing! Not at all icy or grainy. Have some containers handy to hold all that ice creamy goodness! Top each container with a piece of parchment paper before sealing as this will help keep the surface from getting frosty. Pop in the freezer and try to wait.

So far from the book I have tried the Queen City Cayenne, the Buckeye State, this adapted Lemon Cream Ice Cream, and an adapted mint chocolate chip (infused with real mint leaves so it tasted nothing like regular mainstream mint ice cream.) A trick I've learned is that when you add melted chocolate to the almost-complete cold ice cream, the chocolate freezes and breaks up into shards, effectively creating chocolate chips! I am about to attempt this very trick with the Roasted Strawberry Buttermilk Ice Cream, to make chocolate covered strawberry ice cream. As I mentioned before, this has become quite addictive! 

Try it, I swear, you'll like it!





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