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  • n. Plural form of granita.


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  • In their aptly-titled volume, Ices: the Definitive Guide, Caroline and Robin Weir divide ices into creams (ice cream and gelati), water ices (sorbets and granitas) and hybrids, with a foot in both camps (parfaits and sherberts).

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  • In fact, sorbets are the easiest ice of the lot: granitas must be beaten at regular intervals during the freezing process in order to develop their characteristic crystalline texture.

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  • But in my native Australia, the sun-dappled summer season between November and February is devoted to outdoor pursuits like catching a wave, picnics in the park, and servings of ice-cold granitas.

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  • Covering all these touchstones in approaches both classic and tradition-bending apricot gelt, manischewitz granitas, anyone?, are the recipes below.

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  • Although they're a pain to make requiring minimal, but frequent attention I'm fond of granitas.

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  • I don't have one either and seem only to be able to make granitas.

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  • I just completed an article on granitas for NPR's Kitchen Window I don't yet know when it will be published and as I tried to think of recipes I knew I wanted to do one that used wine.


  • I love, love, love granitas, but just don't have the patience to stir every half hour or so.


  • Liquor-infused granitas like this one make great aperitifs and even better desserts.

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  • Sorbets and granitas: Icy Delights, Cookies, and Sauces from the Duane Park Cafe really fabulous looking recipes

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