Hedy Goldsmith is executive pastry chef for The Genuine Hospitality Group, including Michael's Genuine in Miami. Her first cookbook, Baking Out Loud: Fun Desserts With Big Flavors, came out last week, and she's offering a preview with a few recipes on Food Republic.
I've given up meals for a tub of movie theater popcorn. I love the flavor so much, I had to create a gelato version. This gelato is so unique that I actually served it as a side dish for a hamburger at the Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival's famous Burger Bash. My popcorn ice cream sandwich was the belle of the Burger Ball. Oh, and the popcorn must be freshly made - don't even think about store-bought or the microwave variety. Sure, it might be faster, but the gelato will taste terrible!
Related: Crunchy Pig Skin Popcorn RecipeThis popcorn gelato is sure to please both sweet and savory enthusiasts.
Servings: 1 quart
3 cups heavy cream, plus extra if needed
1 1/2 cups whole milk
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon Kosher salt
14 cups freshly popped popcorn
4 extra large egg
Hedy Goldsmith is executive pastry chef for The Genuine Hospitality Group, including Michael's Genuine in Miami. Her first cookbook, Baking Out Loud: Fun Desserts With Big Flavors, came out last week, and she's offering a preview with a few recipes on Food Republic.Read More »from Buttered Popcorn Gelato Recipe
- Gretchen Rubin | Author Blog Posts – Fri, Oct 19, 2012 10:24 AM EDT
I can't even remember how I made a connection with Dani and her site, Positively Present-"positive personal development, with a focus on seeking out positivity and living in the present moment." So many of the things she writes about are the same things that interest me. I was interested to see how she'd answer some happiness questions.
Gretchen: What's something you know now about happiness that you didn't know when you were 18 years old?
Dani: When I was 18, I had no idea I could choose happiness by choosing to have a positive attitude.
I used to think a positive attitude-and happiness in general-was naïve, uncool, and boring. Once I finally opened my mind to looking for the good in life, everything in my life changed. I started seeing a guy who was wonderful and supportive. I started spending time with people who were uplifting and encouraging. I created a website that has not only helped me improve my own life, but has alsoRead More »from It is Only Possible to Live Happily Ever After on a Daily Basis
Today is a stressful day my remaining faimly members are at olds .My father is dieing and thats stressful enough but when you add more faimly memebers to it wow the stress level goes up even more .I dont get along with my brother due to him laying his hands on me and he was the root of a problem with my illing father and my sister yesterday to the piont where threats where made ..Now thankgiving is a couple of weeks away and the same day is my bday i want my love ones around me but at what expense .Iwanna enjoy my day but this drama is making it hard ..Ididnt invite my other brother whom is my right hand and always there for me because i no there cooking and i dont want the brother i dislike not to have a place to go..Iwould love to have all five of us toghter but i no a fight will indeed pop off ....WHAT SHOULD I DO ??????????
- Literal Exposure | Author Blog Posts – Fri, Oct 19, 2012 8:54 AM EDT
ABOUT CARRIEANNE FONGER
Carrieanne Fonger BA, M.MT is a Metaphysical Teacher, Author and Spiritual Guide.
She began her studies in Metaphysics as a young child and as a result has over thirty-five years experience reading energy and exploring the mind. Her training includes Mastery in Usui and Karuna Reiki, Feng Shui and Remote Viewing. Carrieanne has a Diploma in Broadcasting, a Bachelor of Arts in Ancient History and a Master's Degree in Metaphysical Theology.
Carrieanne teaches the art of Metaphysics and Mental Mastery to empower individuals with the tools of inner guidance. Her vision is to bring conscious awareness to individuals in pursuit of their best life, show them how to embrace their gifts and share their passion, purpose and meaning with the world.
Carrieanne is the creator and founder of the Master Your Mind™ program and is the author of an award winning autobiography titled: Enlightenment: One Woman's Journey As An Extra-Sensory Human (2009). Her latestRead More »from 10 Things I Didn't Know About Becoming a Published Author by Carrieanne Fonger
Inspired by the idea of recording time, Montblanc introduces "The Montblanc Worldsecond", a photo project inviting everyone the world over to capture moments of beauty photographically. A specially developed mobile photo app (for iPhone and Android) features a unique countdown function, ensuring that the smartphone cameras of all participants worldwide will take a picture at the very same instant.
The photos are then uploaded to the worldsecond.montblanc.com Web site, creating a stunning mosaic of globally shared moments, of "Worldseconds". All in all, Montblanc will "record" 60 Worldseconds over the course of the campaign until the end of December 2012. That is, 60 opportunities for participants to let their imagination and creativity run free and travel the world in pictures.
Once the contest has commenced, app users and visitors to the Web site will be able to choose from the uploaded photos to compile their own photo galleries and share them through aRead More »from The Montblanc Worldsecond
By Angela Jamison
Santa Monica in 2001 felt like the crux of Kali Yuga. The dark age of the spirit. That's where I got in to yoga.
I went to UCLA for a Sociology PhD. I would train in what C. Wright Mills called seeing the familiar in the strange, and the strange in the familiar. Statistics, archival research, and ethnography. Science.
The second month of graduate school, a car got in the way of that plan. It hit and nearly killed me in a crosswalk just off Santa Monica Boulevard. When I came to, an EMT was inserting a needle into my forearm, and-shell shocked-I began to fight. She told me that my neck was broken, and that if I didn't stop struggling, I'd be paralyzed. Voila. This well-timed suggestion took my body offline from the neck down until early the following morning.
For 24 years I had identified as the weakest, most physically awkward, least flexible kid in the class: my body had been a problem whose cravings and failings delayed my intellectualRead More »from How Yoga Messed with My Mind
Belvedere Vodka Sponsors Rolling Stone's Women Who Rock Concert at the Hard Rock Cafe with SantigoldBy Eye Spy | Author Blog Posts – Thu, Oct 18, 2012 11:17 PM EDT
Singer Santigold performs at the Rolling Stone's Women Who Rock Concert at the Hard Rock Cafe sponsored by Belvedere Vodka in Times Square in New York CityBy @eyespy57Read More »from Belvedere Vodka Sponsors Rolling Stone's Women Who Rock Concert at the Hard Rock Cafe with Santigold
Belvedere sponsored Rolling Stone's Private Concert Series celebrating their Women Who Rock Issue. Amy Heidemann of the duo Karmin won Rolling Stone's "Women Who Rock" contest, earning her a place on the cover of the issue. At last night's event, Karmin performed for a crowd of music insiders and fans at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square. Following Karmin's performance, Santigold took the stage and performed an amazing set as well.
Nick Noonan and Amy Heidemann of Karmin perform at the Rolling Stone's Women Who Rock Concert at the Hard Rock Cafe sponsored by Belvedere Vodka in Times Square in New York City
I just finished decorating my mantle for Halloween. To see how it turned out please read my post Decorating A Halloween Mantle
Michael Vick gets a dog
In recent years, Vick has repeatedly whined about how it just wasn't right that his kids couldn't grow up with a dog. Then it was discovered he owned a dog again. He didn't announce it until he was caught red-handed with a box of Milkbones on his kitchen table in a photo that he tweeted. When reporters asked him, he initially tried to weasel out of answering, but eventually fessed up to having a dog.
It's a travesty that Vick can legally own a dog again.He didn't just make a mistake. He very carefully and thoroughly planned the deaths of several dogs. He forced many others to fight: maim and be maimed.
Vick not only funded a dog fighting operation, he also engaged first hand in the cruelty for six years. He personally violated dogs using electrical wire and then threw them into a pool so they were electrocuted. He alsoRead More »from Michael Vick Gets a Dog -- Animals Everywhere Cry
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