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  1. jaime @ sweet road August 30, 2012 at 10:38 am · Reply

    I love recipes that use 5 ingredients or less. It makes each addition play a much larger role, and it feels and tastes honest. This recipe looks beautiful and must taste delicious!

  2. Amy August 30, 2012 at 8:01 pm · Reply

    Anddd I’m now following you on pinterest. :) I love that site, though I’ve never been much for the wedding pins (maybe that’s a good sign for my place in life right now, haha).

    Just this morning I read an article by Garance Dore (do you follow her blog?) comparing the concept of weddings in France versus the US. As much as I want to believe I don’t care for the ring, let alone the wedding, I know part of me wants a beautiful wedding. I can’t wait to hear about the details of yours! Here’s the link to Garance’s post in case you’re interested: http://www.garancedore.fr/en/2012/08/30/new-york-vs-paris-the-ring/

    And I love honey ice cream! I made a version by Alice Medrich that holds to this day to be my favorite ice cream of all time. I love the addition of thyme though… will definitely try that out next time I make some.

  3. Chris August 31, 2012 at 1:11 pm · Reply

    Countdown indeed, babe!

    And yea, ice cream season will soon be over. Time to go out with something rich and chocolate-y! (Though I do admit, this did taste great, which I wasn’t expecting.)

  4. ATasteOfMadness September 2, 2012 at 12:26 am · Reply

    I just bought an ice cream maker, and am wanting to make something. This looks fantastic, I need to make this before summer is over!

  5. lidya November 6, 2013 at 2:36 am · Reply

    is it possible to use manukau honey? thicker, more caramel-ly?

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