Murdoch Books 365 Challenge: Easy fruit sorbet

This is my final post in the Murdoch Books 365 Challenge, where cooks across the world are working their way through Stéphane Reynaud’s whimsical culinary almanac – “365 Good Reasons to Sit Down to Eat.”

This time I was charged with making a fruit sorbet with only 3 ingredients – really!  And it was so easy I whipped it up in 15 minutes!

Want to know how it turned out? Head over to the Murdoch Books’ 365 Challenge Blog where you will find my post and others from those working their way through the book!

Interested in purchasing a copy of Stéphane Reynaud’s 365 Good Reasons to Sit Down to Eat? You can find it on Amazon or, for free worldwide shipping, buy it from The Book Depository.

26 thoughts on “Murdoch Books 365 Challenge: Easy fruit sorbet”

  1. Wow – what a stunning photo. Glad I caught your last entry on this as it looks a super book! 3 ingredients and yummy too? Fabulous.

  2. Hmmm….looks more like an industrial by-product than a sorbet. One of the three ingredients wasn’t petroleum jelly, by any chance… 😉

    No, didn’t think so. Maybe I’ll get to try some. I’m sure it will taste splendid.

    ICE CREAM LOVERS ALERT: This weekend we’re making several batches of peach ice cream, with fresh local peaches.

  3. Got to love something that looks so delicious and whips up in so little time!

    Judging by the smiley face after Mr. Neil’s comment I’m thinking it was tongue-in-cheek. If it wasn’t…no sorbet for him!

  4. Gorgeous, vibrant colored sorbet….I could eat a bowl or two right now!!! Weatherbug is flashing at 98º and something cool and refreshing sounds perfect~

  5. LOVE homemade fruit sorbet this time of year! we seem to have overpurchased with many of our favorite fruits this summer, so we’ve taken the extra and turned it into sorbet. the favorite was a cantaloupe – just fruit, sugar, and a tiny splash of orangina. delicious!


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