I was walking my pup, Noah, around the block, and as we rounded the corner there were 8 deer standing in a yard across the street from us, dead in their tracks, staring at Noah and I. Thankfully he didn’t bark (right away), and I could enjoy that beautiful sight in the wet spring air for a few moments.
“And I could give you my apologies by handing over my neologies, and I could take away the shaking knees, and I could give you all the olive trees — oh, look at the trees and look at my face and look at a place far away from here.”
By far, my favorite Wolf Parade song. It should be yours, too. In fact, I’d pay you money to make it one of your favorite Wolf Parade songs. What do you want? A nickel? How about a shiny dime?
It reminds each of us that nobody knows you, and nobody gives a damn.
Well Sherbert is actually Sherbet, and it’s the american word for sorbet. Normally the places that have both, the sherbet is like… opaque looking, like a creamsicle, and the sorbet is more like an ice… thing.
Sherbert or Sherbet can have dairy products in it still. Hence the smoother creamier look and taste. Sorbet is an ice product that usually is only offered in fruit flavors and often uses pectin to hold itself together.
I was an ice-cream maker at a local icecream shop for a year or so.
Ahhh, I always THOUGHT that (i’ve worked in many ice cream places as well, and made it at coldstone) but by definition they are the same… but I always figured sorbet was dairy free. Thanks Josh!
Thank you both, you’ve been quite helpful. Now I can eat the raspberry sorbet in my freezer and know what I’m eating!