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This nearly colorless sorbet plays tricks with your taste buds. Is it a peach sorbet, a raspberry sorbet, or just delicious? You decide!


2 cups fresh golden raspberries (regular raspberries are fine)
2 cups white peaches (peeled and pitted)
Juice of 1 orange

1 1/4 cups sugar
1/4 cup Grand Marnier

Gently rinse and towel dry raspberries and place in blender. Peel and remove the pit from about 6 white peaches to yeild 2 cups of fruit. Place juice from one orange in blender with 1 /14 cups of sugar. Purée fruit until smooth. Use a chinois or sieve to remove the raspberry seeds from the mixture. You may need to use a spatula to help force the purée through the holes.

Add 1/4 up of Grand Marnier to mixture and place in an ice bath to cool. Chill mixture in ice bath until colder than 45° F. Pour sorbet base into ice cream maker and freeze per your maker's instructions. Once sorbet has finished churning, transfer to dedicated, odor-free container to ripen in freezer for several hours.

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  1. 6:32 PM   08-Aug-2010
    wow...that looks So good! I bet the color is pretty with regular raspberries, but the surprise with the yellow berries is SO fun! Definitely gonna try this one!
    1. Response from Brian
      6:24 PM   04-Oct-2010
      Yeah, this recipe if mass produced would have red food coloring no doubt.
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