Corn Doughnuts with Coriander Sugar and Honey, Banana and Pine nut Icecream

Corn Doughnuts with Coriander Sugar and Honey, Banana and Pine nut Icecream

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Drool, no duh.
Bron it's really not fair!!!
Please couldn't I have just one, even one plain?
I can't believe how lovely that looks.

Tanna — Monday 10th July 2006 7:10 am

Wow they look so beautiful! Can a doughnut be beautiful?
Brilliant use of corriander in a dessert.

Emma — Monday 10th July 2006 3:01 pm

Oh wow! Those doughnuts look amazinly good. I'd never thought of having doughnuts as Fourth of July fare, but it is an excellent idea that I may have to embrace next year :)

From Our Kitchen — Monday 10th July 2006 5:00 pm

You can make donuts too? I think I should come visit you and take lessons.

oh and I DID remember to add you to my blog list. I have been meaning on doing that for over a month now. Somedays I am just on my game!

Gabriella True — Monday 10th July 2006 8:39 pm

How delightful! Thanks for making a new way to celebrate the 4th of July! I've recently found your blog and have been enjoying it ever since. Great photos and very nice write-ups!

Keep up the good work!

Deb — Tuesday 11th July 2006 3:24 am

Who knew doughnuts could be so gorgeous? Lovely photos, and I love the idea of pine nuts in ice cream.

Jennifer — Tuesday 11th July 2006 4:48 am

Thank you so much for your comment and for visiting my site! Your site is full of beautiful food, pictures and writing. Tanna told me I would enjoy it and I am! I also will add you to my blog list and put you on my site! Never heard of corn meal donuts, but they sound yummie!

SueVancil — Tuesday 11th July 2006 5:51 am

Bron, These look divine! Wish I could have one right now!

Dianka — Tuesday 11th July 2006 7:22 am

As gross as this sounds, I wish you could see me drooling. Just lovely, Bron!

Ivonne — Tuesday 11th July 2006 12:18 pm

Wow, how truly inventive.

peabody — Tuesday 11th July 2006 1:41 pm

Where do you find the time to home school your kids and make donuts? They look great Bron.

barbara — Tuesday 11th July 2006 3:04 pm

Spring will return and bring the herbs!

Tanna — Wednesday 12th July 2006 10:51 am

This has to be the most creative interpretation of these four ingregredients. I can't wait for an excuse to try them -- they look luscious!

Dolores — Wednesday 12th July 2006 12:45 pm

Tanna of course you can have one!

Thank you Emma. Yes, I do think doughnuts can be beautiful. However, I very much doubt they can ever be healthy! ;-)

Thank you From Our Kitchen, doughnuts sure are a great thing to celebrate with!

Hi Gabriella, you'd be most welcome here, I'm sure I could learn a lot from you too!

Thank you so much Deb, lovely to hear you are enjoying my blog.

Thanks Jennifer, the icecream is really yummy, however it melts rather fast on a hot doughnut, as you can see.

Hi Sue, you're too lovely, as is Tanna! I enjoyed visiting your blog too, I will be back!

Thank you Dianka, I'd love to offer you one!

Hehehe Ivonne, thank you sweety!

Hi Peabody, thank you, I love dreaming up crazy things to eat! hehe

Oh Barbara, a prerequisite of being a homeschooling Mum is not to worry about the mess and forget where the vacuum cleaner lives! hehe
It's not so bad, especially when the subject is home economics! ;-)

Too true Tanna, I'm just a whinge! hehe

Hi Dolores, thank you so much!

Thank you all so very much! I'm blushing, really not sure I deserve such high praise!! Thanks again!

bron — Thursday 13th July 2006 2:12 pm

Golly Jeeze, those look good. Awesome!

Catherine — Thursday 13th July 2006 4:28 pm

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