• agua 813

    From Michael Loo@1:2320/100 to Dave Drum on Wed Aug 20 17:18:02 2014
    Not really, as the playing field is pretty even. A cup of
    strawberries and a cup of oranges will have about the same
    water content, for example. See, e.g., the University of
    Kentucky Website's nifty list:
    Machs nicht to what I am looking for.

    In what way are these figures irrelevant to you?
    The fact is that edible fruits are 80-90% water
    across the board except for bananas, and the
    sugar percentage is pretty consistent vis a vis
    stuff like roughage, the other major component.
    Fruit is fruit, mostly - everything cancels out.

    Amaretto chantilly
    cat: dessert
    Yield: 8 servings

    6-1/4 oz pk miniature marshmallows
    2/3 c Amaretto
    6 oz jar maraschino cherries, drained & chopped
    1 Tb lemon juice
    1/4 ts almond extract
    2 c whipping cream
    2 Tb chopped pistachios or toasted chopped almonds

    Combine marshmallows and amaretto in top of a double
    broiler; bring water to a boil. Reduce heat to low;
    cook until marshmallows melt, stirring occasionally.
    Remove from heat. Stir in cherries, lemon juice, and
    almond extract. Let cool 5 min.

    Beat whipping cream at high speed with an electric
    mixer until soft peaks form. Fold into marshmalow
    mixture. Spoon into individual parfait glasses (or
    we used silicone molds), cover and freeze.

    Pop out of molds (or remove glasses from freezer),
    top with nuts and whipped cream and serve!

    Alee's restaurant, Utica NY

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