this recipe is from ben & jerry's homemade ice cream and dessert book and it got many ooo's and ahhh's at a dinner recently. it is sized for a countertop freezer but you can double or triple the recipe for a larger ice cream freezer. the "cooking" time is an estimate for chilling and a "soft" freeze. it will take longer if you want it hardened. i use only 1 cup of sugar and still find this sorbet plenty sweet. also i prefer using a blender or food processer to process the raspberries, sugar, lemon juice and water. i refrigerate the result and add the wine and corn syrup just before freezing. you can't taste the wine but i think the tannins add to the complexity of the flavor which is truly excellent in my book.
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