Good news guys! We got a house. After months of hunting in this crazy San Francisco/Bay Area market, it finally happened earlier this week. I’m looking forward to having my own kitchen and doing whatever the heck I want in my own space. Painting the walls any color I want, whenever I want, etc. etc. One headache down and I’m now jumping into the next one (thought it’s an exciting one), renovations, so wish me luck!
You can make an ice cream out of a lot of things and though it might be getting chilly in some parts, ice cream is still and always a good idea! Every year, I love to make one special ice cream that’s fall inspired and this year, it’s all about pumpkins! This roasted pumpkin ice cream has a little bit of creamy labneh blended in to give it a fresh tangy flavor but there’s also this deep and dark, sweet balsamic and maple syrup reduction that you might just want to drizzle over every scoop, again and again.
To get the recipe and learn how to make this ice cream, headover to West Elm’s blog,Front + Main!
Disclaimer: Thank you West Elm for sponsoring this post. All opinions expressed are solely mine.
i have not made ice cream in a very long time. congrats you guys!!!!
Congrats on the new house. I hope you have a long and happy life there. Does Snoopy have a yard now? Oh, and the ice cream looks delicious. It’s definitely pumpkin season. I just pulled some pumpkin muffins out of the oven! Have a great weekend. D
Very nice pics.
I’d never thought of pumpkin ice cream, amazing idea and again amazing photos! So happy for you guys and your new home.
I kept staring at your first pic for a long time. Beautiful!
Nik, congrats! House hunting is crazy-stressful, but finally finding a place is so exciting! That drizzle in the first shot is amazing.
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I am brand new to your blog and I have not had the opportunity to try one of your recipes but you can bet that I will by weeks end. I just have to choose one! Your photography is stunning!