2 to 3 tsp pure lavender extract, or to tasteVanilla ice cream base recipe adapted from The New York Times. Plan to do this over 2 days to make your life easier. Things work better when the custard base and coulis are both thoroughly chilled before churning, so do that on the first day. The instructions below were based on using a Kitchen Aid mixer, so modify per the equipment you have on hand.
Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Tide. Content and opinions are my own. Prepare so that your ribs will have at least four hours in the fridge after being seasoned. In my experience, results with ribs are disappointing when the salt doesn't have time to penetrate the meat. Pull off the thin membrane on the backside of the ribs.
To make chimichurri: In bowl of food processor or mortar, combine all ingredients except olive oil and salt. Pulse (or grind with pestle) until finely minced. Scrape sides of bowl. Continue to pulse (or grind), and add just enough olive oil in thin stream to create thick but pourable dressing. Add salt, to taste. Set aside until needed. To cook eggplant: Prepare outdoor grill for medium-high direct heat (400–450˚F), or heat a cast-iron grill pan until just shy of smoking. Combine spices in small dish.
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