Total time: 2 hours, plus 1 hour chilling time for dough plus overnight chilling for ice cream

Serves: 8

Notes: From executive chef Joshua Skenes of Stonehill Tavern. Hazelnut flour can be purchased at Erewhon Natural Foods in Los Angeles, selected Mother's Markets and selected Whole Foods Markets. Any local flower honey can be substituted for the acacia honey. Lemon verbena is available at farmers markets; plants are available at some nurseries.

Lemon verbena ice cream

2 cups heavy cream

2 cups milk

1 cup fresh lemon verbena leaves, crushed in a mortar

10 egg yolks

3/4 cup sugar, divided

1. Heat the cream, milk and lemon verbena in a saucepan until the temperature reaches 170 degrees, and the mixture is just starting to simmer. Remove from heat, cover and steep for 30 minutes. Strain out the lemon verbena.

2. Using an electric mixer, whisk the yolks with half of the sugar until the mixture is pale in color and a ribbon consistency.

3. Add the remaining sugar to the saucepan with the cream mixture and bring it back to a simmer, cooking until the sugar dissolves.

4. Slowly whisk in a third of the hot sugar-cream mixture into the yolks to temper, stirring constantly. Pour it all back into the pan and continue to stir until the mixture coats the back of the spoon. Pour into a bowl and set over a bowl of ice water until cool.

5. Refrigerate overnight. Freeze in an ice cream maker the next day according to the maker's instructions. Makes a generous quart.

Raspberry tart

1 3/4 cups, plus 1 tablespoon flour

2 1/4 cups, minus 1 tablespoon hazelnut flour