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December 2, 2012
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NIKON CORPORATION
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NIKON D80
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Sep 24, 2012, 9:38:10 PM
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Chocolate and Honeycomb Icecream by DulcetEpicure Chocolate and Honeycomb Icecream by DulcetEpicure
One of the most difficult ice-creams I have made, more than a few practice runs were required to perfect it.

This is a Vanilla Ice-cream infused with Lindt Chocolate and Honeycomb. Additionally are two Coffee Ice-cream Dark Chocolate Truffles resting on a Vanilla Bean Anglaise.

THIS IS DULCET EPICURE

All dishes you see on *DulcetEpicure are created, cooked, presented and photographed by myself. I believe if you are going to photograph food you should first have an intimate knowledge of each image, I'm all about the journey!

My gratitude for your support...

©2012 Shane Fenton. DulcetEpicureStudios®™
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:iconl0ne-w0lf:
Can I have the recipe for this? :paranoid:
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:iconaeroartist:
aeroartist Dec 7, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
woah! awesome! i love narrow dof, but i feel like the truffle is a little odd looking :hmm: wonderful shot though :clap:
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:icondulcetepicure:
Well the focus is the Ice-cream not so much the truffles, they are out of focus slightly which is why the hazy brown look, the same truffles were used for this dish [link] they are alot more in focus here as they are the centerpiece.

Oh, and thank you kindly for the comment! :)
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:icontaka67:
Did it turn out ok? Because it looks great. :drool:
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:icondulcetepicure:
Yeah it was awesome at the end, for the first few attempts the icecream came out very icy and it lost the creamy buttermilk edge to it, so then I made the icecream and Honeycomb separate and added it at the end of the hardening process with great results.
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