Friday, December 31, 2010

Looking backwards, an unforgettable memory, and thank you…

One memorable meal worth mentioning, a dessert, my most memorable dessert during 2010, my most memorable dessert ever. It was simply magic served on a plate, and thankfully came in a fairly generous portion. I cannot stop thinking about it. It was unique, may sound unappetizing, perhaps even revolting, I myself was curious. Little did I expect that it would leave a lasting impression.

I had it just once, and I want more. It was perhaps meant to be like a truly intensive one night love affair, to be devoured and memories cherished forever… I have yet to see it on any restaurant menu, and the chances of it appearing in any supermarket is lower than McDonalds receiving 3 Michelin stars.

Foie gras ice cream, please come back...

A liver ice cream may sound revolting but foie gras is no ordinary liver, and foie gras ice cream is certainly no ordinary ice cream. 19 Glas, a wine bar in Stockholm, churned it during a special occasion. It has yet to make a reappearance.

Thank you for reading my blogs, for writing interesting blogs and giving me lots of inspiration. I started blogging on November 15, 2010, I just wished I started earlier. The satisfaction I got during the past month and a half was immense. It is a truly amazing experience to interact with like minded persons throughout the world. What an interesting world!

I wish you all the best for 2011, may all your dreams and wishes come true.


  1. Foie gras ice cream! You had me at hello... Hope your new years was very special....

  2. tori: thanks, new years was special. If you do come across foie gras ice cream, give it a try. You will be pleasantly surprised, I hope:)

  3. Mmmmm thats a really intersting flavour foie gras ice cream. I though avocado, cheese or corn ice cream variants are already one of a kind, definitely this one tops it up.

  4. Sounds strange in a delicious way. The fat in foie gras will be good for texture and taste:)

  5. angsarap/jmlawry: one of a kind and hard to find. The ice cream was super creamy, thanks to the fat...

  6. I like my foie gras seared, and served before dessert. Not that I eat often. I will try ice cream only if someone else pays and there are alternatives available...I don't like messing with my desserts!!!

  7. Foie gras in a dessert is something I would certainly taste if I could (and would make if I had an ice-cream maker). It sounds very intriguing.
    I will remember to taste it if I ever happen to be in a place serving foie gras ice cream. Thank you for the link!