I have actually tasted lemon ice cream before and it is very subtle in taste, but that is what I liked about it. I was use to eating citrus sherbets which are very strong in flavor, yet very tasty. However I really enjoyed the creaminess along with the subtle lemon, with a bit of graham cracker mixed in so it could be called Lemon Pie ice cream. Very refreshing indeed for the summer. :)
Sounds great. Might well try it s/time. Guess I never associated lemon with ice cream coz the acids in lemon tend to curdle the cream, but of course there are ways to avoid that. It boils down to how you put the ingredients together. FYI, my lemon sorbet is not devoid of dairy either. I use sweetened condensed milk as the sweetener, or evaporated milk and a healthy sugar like xylitol. The result is suprisingly creamy - about midway between a granita and an ice cream.
All of your flavors sound wonderful,
Thx. I'd send you some to try if I could.
but I bet the Tiramisu is very special
Remains to be seen. Never made it before, but based on past experience, I'm expecting a good result.
and so is the friend that requested it.
I think you mean 'who requested it'. 'That' is for things. Yeah, he's a good friend. We go back over 30 yrs.
That is a lot of work making all the different types.
What kind of churn do use? We have options of using a hand cranked or electric churns where you add ice and salt to the outer bucket. Some people use the more modern electric table top version that freezes without adding ice. Didn't know if you had a preference or used something in the UK, unknown to us here across the pond.