David Lebovitz

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White Chocolate Caramel Swirl Ice Cream

Yesterday was the first day of summer. Three more days of school and for my kids, summer officially starts.  Beach camp, sleep away camp, art camp, baseball camp, days at all the Los Angeles museums, road trips, days spent in our p.j.’s, and lots and lots of long bike rides. I love not being on […]

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Butterscotch Pecan Ice Cream

A few weeks back, Patricia and I made this angel food cake which was delicious.  It also left me with 9 egg yolks. 9 I say!  I gave Eli the choice of what to do with the yolks; pot de creme, lemon curd, custard, ice cream.  He, of course, chose the ice cream.  He and […]

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Community Across the Globe-Food Blog Camp 2011

com•mu•ni•ty(noun) •  a body of persons of common and especially professional interests scattered through a larger society •  sharing, participation, and fellowship Community comes in all shapes and sizes. I am lucky to have different facets of community threaded throughout my life. I have my neighborhood community.  Parents, children, teachers, and local business come together […]

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A toast to 2011 with Raspberry-Champagne Sorbet

As I reflect back on 2010 I am reminded of the ebbs and flows of the year.  There were a lot of good moments; Eli entered the 7th grade and each day upon pick up, I ask him how was school and he responds by saying, “Mom, I love school”, Isaac is learning the violin […]

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Ice Cream Cake + A Memory

Growing up, summer time meant spending time on Balboa Island.  Some summers, we would rent a house.  Sometimes with another family, yet most summer’s we just rented our own home. We participated in many daily activities; fishing in the bay, riding around the island in a small motor boat, and riding our bikes until the moon was […]

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