All posts tagged: Ice Cream

NYC Spotlight: Peter Lugar Steakhouse

Originally posted on Chey Chey from the Bay:
I am a carnivore. And as a carnivore I strongly recommend that if you’re in the mood for a classic, no frills steak of epic proportions, that you come here. To The Peter Lugar Steakhouse. This restaurant has a long standing reputation as the place to go for legendary steaks– the Porterhouse to be exact. Established in 1887, it’s not a surprise that everything from meticulously picking the best cuts of meat straight from the freshest meat markets, to the broiling techniques and means of preparation, to the final presentation and serving of the meat itself is unparalleled. Peter Lugar only serves USDA prime beef. Just like they only take cash. The famous porterhouse is taken from a section of the short loin. Running down the center of the steak is the well known “T-bone” (named after the fact that the bone that looks like a T- mind blown- ammirite?) On one side is the New York strip, on the other side is the filet. These babies are then dry-aged to perfection, butchered to order…

Açaí Berry Ice Cream (no dairy + refined sugar free!)

Originally posted on Hello Honey Blog:
Summer is arriving in Cape Town (yeahyeahyeaaah!) and I couldn’t be happier. I am done with rainy, grey days and cold weather. Take away my pale, untanned skin and cold hands! Give me all of the sun, clear blue skies, beaches and ice cream! I pulled this recipe together in anticipation of the soon-to-be sunny, hotter weather. It’s a super easy recipe, only takes 5 minutes to make and BEST of all, it’s on the healthy side. Made with beautiful tarte berries and a little bit of açaí (ahh-sah-ee) powder for a rich, dark chocolatey flavour. Ingredients: 250g frozen mixed berries 1-2 frozen bananas (1 if you want less carbs, 2 if you want to bulk up the recipe.) 60ml almond milk, unsweetened 2T açaí berry powder Method: Place the frozen mixed berries, banana, almond milk and açaí powder in a food processor and blend on high until a thick liquid mixture has formed. If the berries and banana aren’t easily blending, add in a little more almond milk…