This luscious refreshing Strawberry Rose Sorbet with a subtle botanical flavour is a perfect dessert on a hot summer day!
Hello, everyone. I hope you’re doing well, and I certainly hope this Strawberry Rose Sorbet makes your day even better! Yesterday I realized one thing. Or two, to be precise. Two but very much connected things.
First of all, this (past) spring I missed my blog’s birthday! Five years – how could I? Secondly, I realized that I’ve been a flood blogger for exactly 10 years as I started back in 2010. 10 years, that’s like 1/…of my life. Hmmm, let’s just say that’s a lot :)
Some of you might remember me mentioning the beginning of my “blogger’s life”. In fact, that was a Russian-version of my blog, based on the Blogspot platform, and I am ready to reveal it for you today if you wish to have a sneak peek. Here we go. I know, so funny! While the last photos were quite decent, the photographs taken from 2010 to 2013 were just ridiculous! But there are some shots, even though the quality of photos and the light is so poor, still, make me smile, for their lovely ideas. You can check these posts too if you wish. This, this, and particularly this one. Fun fact – I had two blogs simultaneously for a while, the second was on the LiveJournal platform, but I just simply mirrored the content. Why haven’t I deleted this old blog? First of all, that’s a great way to see your progress, as a blogger and photographer. Secondly, I keep it as the database for some good ideas and occasional inspiration. Trust me, I used to be much more adventurous and creative!
Anyway, enough about the past. Let’s celebrate two of my anniversaries with this refreshing Strawberry Rose Sorbet. Yup, this summer I’ve been having a kick on rose recipes (Please make sure to check this Rose Coconut Cardamom Oatmeal and Rose Lemonade). You will also need to make this Rose Syrup in advance, but considering the fact, it’s almost mid of August and the rose season is likely over in your area, there’s a simple solution. Just make the same amount (one cup) of simple sugar syrup and infuse it with one teaspoon of rose water, or to taste. Easy-peasy!
I hope you like this elegant and luscious Strawberry Rose Sorbet, and you’ll give it a try until this summer is over. Let’s celebrate!
Cheers for now.