17 Responses to “lemon verbena buttermilk ice cream”


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  1. I can’t top staring at these photos! And I love the idea of an herby ice cream… lovely post.

  2. How gorgeous – I adore that cup. It’s beautiful. And this ice cream with that pie? Please – it’s a match made in heaven.

  3. What a beautiful object and how lovely to have something that links you so closely with the past. The ice cream sounds wonderful too – I love the flavour of lemon verbena.

  4. I love the photos, the tin cup, and the herbed ice cream in this post… so lovely, Elizabeth!

  5. Everything about this post is lovely. This ice cream is like nothing I’ve ever heard of and its looks even better in that special cup!

  6. Love vanilla. been looking for a good vanilla ice cream recipe

  7. I know one very lucky lady who would love it if I made this ice cream for her… my mother-in-law. Thanks for making me son-in-law of the year!

  8. This recipe makes me want to buy a new ice cream machine. Homemade ice cream is absolutely the best!

  9. Looks beautiful and I LOVE the use of verbena and buttermilk…

  10. How beautiful! I don’t see lemon verbena often, but I am so intrigued by this ice cream! x


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