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September 03, 2007


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Wow! That color's pretty amazing. No, there wasn't room for an Ube Ice Cream in the book...but maybe it'll make it into Volume II!

Hey, so you've bought the book! Will you try the Salted Caramel ice cream next? :-)

And, WOW, David Lebovitz left a comment -- your first celebrity visit! And now he's discovered ube through you...I wonder what he'd do with it, if he could get it in Paris?

Now that's some tasty lookin' ice cream! And yeah! David Lebovitz actually came to visit. What a coincidink...I just heard him the other week on NPR.

what a sexy-looking ice cream.

Hi David. Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you're serious about a volume II ;)

Hi Katrina, yes I finally bought the book and it was well worth it. I wish I could take credit for introducing David to Ube, but he does briefly mention it in his book.

Thanks elmo! It is very tasty and I'm happy with the way it turned out.

Thanks maybahay! Ubelicious indeed!

I'll eat anything with ube. I will make this good looking ube ice cream variation soon.:)


...but i have to admit, what a nice dead Grimace it is.

Wow, quite interesting!

Gee, do you like the color purple? :) I've been cooking purple too! Purple aloo gobi with purple cauliflower and ube. Purple cauliflower au gratin. I love purple, but my foods don't look nearly as pretty as yours.

Thanks oggi. It is definitely an unexpected, yet tasty variation on ube ice cream.

Ha ha Janice! I guess with the streaks of blueberries, it looks like I busted Grimace's head wide open.

Hi Beth. I hope you mean "interesting" in a good way ;)

Dub C, I don't particularly like purple, although I am a huge Lakers fan. I think your food always looks nice. And I have just one more Ube recipe that I recently did. I swear, it will be the last purple dish you see here in a while.

Purple a deux! Pretty and can imagine it is tasty too.

Will you attempt ube jam?

OMG a Filipino food blog! The stars are finally lining up!

<3 <3 <3 Sara!

PS: My sister is obsessed with anything and everything ube, so I have a feeling I'm going to have to try this recipe out very soon. Keep up the amazing work!

Hi Mila, although Ube jam crossed my mind, I tried something a bit different. More on that to come soon...

Thanks for the love Sara! Spread the love and tell your friends!

Hey, David Lebovitz linked to you on his blog!

Hi there! So you did make an Ube ice cream, GREAT! I was planning on making one and already had the ingredients in my fridge (except for the half/half); I was just looking for the 'right' recipe. Thanks for this post, now you know what my family and I will be having for dessert this weekend. sarap... :)

Hi Katrina. Yes, I noticed that. Needless to say I was kinda giddy:)

Hey there Babette! I hope my recipe is to your liking. Don't forget to squeeze the ube and steam it.

is there a way for us to just taste what you made? i'm sure i'd mess it up even if i tried. i'm not a fan of ube ice cream but your pictures look so yum, the blueberries are calling out to me.

Hi margaux, if you don't like ube so much, you could just make a vanilla ice cream and the blueberry sauce. I highly recommend "Perfect Scoop" if you haven't already purchased that cook book.

I can already imagine how this tastes like. Mmmmmmm. I'm definitely adding this to my ice cream fantasies. :D

I made the Ube icecream (minus the blueberry swirl) last night. OMG it is so good. My husband thinks I put too much Ube in it, but that's okay...it means more for me. :-) One thing that I did do was instead of mashing the ube with a spoon I put the ube and cream mixture in a blender and mixed it all up. Then I put the blender pitcher in the fridge over night. The pitcher made it really easy to pour the mixture into my ice cream maker.

Thanks for such a great recipe.

Hi toni, I hope it lives up to your expectations;)

Cat, thanks so much for giving this recipe a try. I'm glad it turned out well for you. And that's a great idea using your blender!

I love sweet potato in ice cream - japanese lavender and sweet potato makes a great ice cream. http://japaneseicecream.blogspot.com

Wow. I'm so glad you posted this. I have been craving Ube ice cream for years now. It reminds me of my two viits to the Philippines as a toddler.

By the way, I also tried the Ube + vanilla ice cream and had the same bad results.

I love your blog!

I like the colour, would love to try the recipe one day. First time trying ube, while I had Halo-halo. I may combine ube with pandan for making ice cream as pandan is my favourite flavour. Thanks for the recipe.

Hey can you tell me how I can modify this recipe using the yam instead of frozen grated ube? Being at an overseas military base we don't have a lot of Filipino food products available, so I make do with what is. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you and the ube ice cream looks oishi desu ne!

Do you like a nice big slice of hot bluberry pie with a scoop of real vanilla ice cream on top ? or what!?

next time you make a batch...could you mail me some? I would never attempt all of that work, but I accidentally got ahold of a purple yam and LOVED that it was so beautiful. I was a little disappointed that my enthusiasm was greater than that of my 2 and 3 year old. The wheels are turning now and I too want to think of as many uses for it as possible!!! You are VERY creative.

Mmmmmm! That looks very tasty! Thank you for sharing the recipe! =)

just discovered your site - you have lots of new recipes to me - can't wait to try - do check out my recipe for puto if you get a chance - would love to know what you think - http://gourmetglobal.blogspot.com/2012/05/coconut-puto.html (since I am not Filipino)

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