Feuerzangenbowle Sorbet, a new super limited edition holiday sorbet—we have exactly 140 pints—is available now.
100 pints are available at jenis.com
The remaining 40 pints have been split evenly between Jeni’s Short North in Columbus, Jeni’s 12 South in Nashville, Jeni’s Southport in Chicago, and Jeni’s Westside Provisions in Atlanta, and will be available for purchase today at open. Purchases must be made in person, you can’t call up and do it over the phone.
The pints cost $18 and include a recipe card for making the flaming cocktail.
Feuerzangenbowle (“foyer-zangen-bowla”) is a popular wintertime punch in Germany, especially around Christmas and New Year’s. The name translates to “fire tongs punch” and serves as a warming drink on cold winter nights. Traditionally, the punch is served in a bowl with tongs laid across the top. A rum-soaked cone of sugar is placed on top of the tongs and is then lit on fire. The sugar is melted by the flame and drips slowly into the wine.
Our version of Feuerzangenbowle combines a mixture of oranges, pears, red wine, spices and brown sugar. It’s best with a shot of spiced dark rum poured over the top and lit, then doused with a bit of red wine to snuff the fire. The sorbet’s cold, but its earthy flavors reminiscent of holidays in Eastern Europe will warm your soul.
FEUERZANGENBOWLE COCKTAIL RECIPE
2 ounces (1 scoop) Feurezangenbowle Sorbet
1 ounce rum
1 ounce red wine
Scoop the Feuerzangenbowle Sorbet into a coupe or highball glass. Pour the rum over the sorbet, then (optional), light on fire. It’s fun, it crackles. Then add the red wine to put out the fire. Garnish with a cinnamon stick if desired.
I am out. :(
Fresh produce delivered to my home? Yes, please. All this for $20 (normally $35)? I’ll take it!
Breyers used to be my favorite brand of ice cream. Vanilla fudge twirl. All natural. That’s what it used to be, at least. Then they started to add so much crap to it that they couldn’t even call it ice cream on the carton anymore. And my favorite, the vanilla fudge twirl, has a different taste now. It’s like you can taste the extra crap in it. It’s gross.
The mint chocolate chip is one of the only ones that they can still call ice cream, but I noticed that it said “chocolatey chips.” Hmmm. If you look closely, it says chocolate “flavored” chips. Not actual chocolate chips.
So long, Breyers. Way to turn something delicious into something not worth buying.
Want more of Rafi’s Domination League? Hell yes you do.
(Warning: episode 1 spoilers.)
This was very funny. Especially the trident. Lol just thinking about it.
see-are-uh asked you:Hi lovelies! I’ve bought the Windy City dress in navy blue, have only worn it once to a wedding, & am having trouble figuring out how to wear it casually, I’d love your styling input!
Hi there! The Windy City Dress is one of our most popular dresses, and, aside from it’s obvious elegance, this piece’s versatility is what makes it such a favorite! Try pairing it with a colorful or printed cardi and flats for an instant casual look. Here are some awesome flat shoe options to browse. Take the ensemble a step further with tights and a satchel! I hope this helps give you some ideas, but feel free to set up an appointment with a ModStylist if you’d like some more help. http://mod.com/rmO86m <3 Jess, ModStylist
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