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sor·bet

 (sôr′bĭt, sôr-bā′)
n.
A frozen dessert made primarily of fruit juice or fruit purée, sugar, and water.

[French, ultimately (probably via Italian sorbetto) from Ottoman Turkish šerbet, sweet fruit drink; see sherbet.]
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sorbet

(ˈsɔːbeɪ; -bɪt)
n
1. (Cookery) a water ice made from fruit juice, egg whites, milk, etc
2. (Cookery) a US word for sherbet2
[C16: from French, from Old Italian sorbetto, from Turkish şerbet, from Arabic sharbah a drink]
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sor•bet

(sɔrˈbeɪ, ˈsɔr bɪt; Fr. sɔrˈbɛ)

n.
a fruit or vegetable ice, often served between courses to refresh the palate.
[1575–85; < French < Italian sorbetto < Turkish şerbet cool drink « Arabic; see sherbet]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.sorbet - an ice containing no milk but having a mushy consistencysorbet - an ice containing no milk but having a mushy consistency; usually made from fruit juice
frappe, ice - a frozen dessert with fruit flavoring (especially one containing no milk)
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Translations
šerbet
sorbet
jäädykesorbetti
sorbet
sörbet
sorbet
ソルベ
셔벗
sorbet
น้ำแข็งที่ผสมน้ำผลไม้
nước quả ướp lạnh

sorbet

[ˈsɔːbeɪ] Nsorbete m
lemon sorbetsorbete m de limón
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sorbet

[ˈsɔːrbeɪ] n (British)sorbet m
a lemon sorbet → un sorbet au citron
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

sorbet

nSorbet nt or m, → Fruchteis nt; lemon sorbetZitronensorbet nt or m
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sorbet

[ˈsɔːbɪt] nsorbetto
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

sorbet

مُثَلَجَاتُ الفَاكِهَة šerbet sorbet Fruchteis σερμπέτι sorbete sorbetti sorbet sorbet sorbetto ソルベ 셔벗 sorbet sorbet sorbet sorvete шербет sorbet น้ำแข็งที่ผสมน้ำผลไม้ sorbet nước quả ướp lạnh 果汁冰糕
Multilingual Translator © HarperCollins Publishers 2009
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Buzz Pop Cocktails is the only ready-to-serve, all natural 100% fruit, authentic gourmet Italian sorbet made with a full shot top shelf liquors.
Zelica Carr, chief executive officer for the Ice Cream Alliance, said: "Many congratulations to Philip who continues to demonstrate his variety of skills whether it be ice cream or sorbets."
Founder of Baboo, Annie Hanbury, concocted The Flu Buster Sorbet, which is made of orange and lemon juice for Vitamin C, honey to soothe the throat, and a kick of cayenne and ginger to clear the airways, as a tastier way to soothe coughs and colds.
The number of people who received food poisoning after drinking sorbet rose to 17.
The five-year old case started when Aldi Sud sold the sorbet in its German stores marketed as " Champagner Sorbet".
"Otter Pops Beach Breakers is a fresh take on the iconic Otter Pop, featuring a new, smooth sorbet texture in our original six flavors that are paired with classic characters," says Kyle Harrington, Otter Pops senior brand manager.
Sorbet, which will officially launch next month, aims to transform the way property agents manage the space between tenants, landlords and contractors, providing a "refreshing" way to manage reports, appointments and maintenance.
We joined the guys in the kitchen, and brought an eager brunch of food lovers along with us, to go head-to-head against the famed chefs, in a game we like to call 'Guess that sorbet!'
The menu includes: | ICEPA - a Mr Whippy beer poured out of a classic bar pump into a pork scratching cone | The Jager Bombe - a grown up twist on the classic ice cream bombe | Bacon and Bourbon - bacon flavoured ice cream with a crispy bacon garnish and shot of bourbon | Vodka Martini - vodka sorbet with olive hundreds and thousands | Tequila Sorbet - tequila flavoured sorbet in a martini glass.
INGREDIENTS 160g mascarpone 270g creme fraiche 15g icing sugar, sifted 1 and a 1/4tsp rose water 40g caster sugar 2tbsp pomegranate molasses 1tsp sumac (a lemony tasting spice, available in all good supermarkets) 200g strawberries, hulled and chopped into 2cm pieces 60g meringues broken roughly into 2cm pieces Seeds of 1 medium pomegranate 2tsp dried rose petals (optional) To make the strawberry sorbet: 40g caster sugar 40g icing sugar 30g liquid glucose 200g strawberries, hulled and blitzed into a puree METHOD 1.PLACE the sorbet ingredients in a small saucepan with 60ml of water.