Pomegranate Sorbet Sparkling Wine Recipe

February 20, 2014

Hello food lovers! It’s Jewels again from Liz & Jewels with another episode of Food in Motion for decor8. I am super excited to share this months delicious food video and recipe with you – this time it’s for a boozy concoction – yum!

Pomegranate Sorbet Sparkling Wine Recipe

Here in New York City it is covered in snow. The streets are icy and we have to watch our every step. The only way to identify our car is a white silhouette that is roughly the same size and shape. It’s buried. We haven’t used it in weeks! As much as I see the beauty in the white curtain that covers everything, I am looking forward to warmer days. I like hot summers, cold drinks, small clothes, large straw hats, secretly turning the AC off in our living room (my husband likes it cold)… Can’t wait.

Pomegranate Sorbet Sparkling Wine Recipe

So this month’s Food in Motion video is a message from me to the weather gods: Goodbye Winter, Hello Spring! I made a pomegranate sorbet with sparkling wine. It is such a refreshing, colorful summery dessert! I envision myself eating this in a few months on our fire escape that I call the balcony.

Are you guys ready to say goodbye to the winter? If so, try this: 1 pomegranate 1 cup of sparkling wine 1 lemon 4 tablespoons of sugar mint leaves Cut the pomegranate into a couple of large pieces. In a bowl filled with water peel out the little seeds. The water prevents you from having red stains all over your clothes and kitchen. Put all seeds in a mixer and puree them. Pour the pomegranate mash through a sieve to extract the juice and get rid of the larger pieces. Mix the pomegranate juice with the sparkling wine, the lemon, and the sugar, and pour it into a serving bowl. Freeze for at least 4 hours, stirring once after about two hours. Serve with mint leaves.

See you next month with another recipe and a video! – Jewels

(video/text/photo: julia cawley – music: Volcanoes in the Kitchen “Running Around”)



  • Reply maulwurfshügelig February 20, 2014 at 12:00 pm

    such nice pics… what lovely colours…
    i like that very much. ok, and it sounds tasty ;-)

  • Reply April Louise February 20, 2014 at 2:12 pm

    I just absolutely love the colour! (I am sure it tastes good too), but what a brilliant visual experience.

  • Reply tehmna February 20, 2014 at 5:51 pm

    Love this mouth watering recipe of pomegranate slush . Thanks for sharing.

  • Reply Barbara Cortili February 21, 2014 at 8:38 am

    This is lovely! I often wonder how I should pomegranates from my friend’s garden!
    Thank you for sharing this great recipe.

  • Reply Inge February 21, 2014 at 9:33 am

    Oh wow, this looks so delicious and refreshing! It makes me feel like Spring is already here… which almost is, because the weather here in Belgium looks and feels like spring! Warm temperatures, some rainy days, and the flowers all starting to bloom – I cannot wait until the first hot & sunny days so I can try out this recipe too! :-)
    Hugs to you, your husband and the little baby boy!! Much love, Inge x

  • Reply Molly Stone February 21, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    This is a great idea for the summer. I will try it for sure.

  • Reply Maria February 25, 2014 at 12:58 pm

    WOW! I loved this video and pomegranate is one of my favorite fruits. Thank you :)!

  • Reply Peter March 18, 2014 at 3:17 pm

    What a great recipe! These will make fantastic party drinks for the summer! Thanks for sharing – and awesome photos too :)

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