Date: Tue, 25 Jul 1995 17:59:07 -0500 From: Elizabeth Gregory Subject: Re: sherbe(r)t -Reply Re: the constitution of sherbet: For what it's worth (perhaps not much, from the linguistics perspective), Winburne's _Dictionary of Agricultural and Allied Terminology_ (1962) defines sherbet as "a dessert made from water with the addition of milk or skim milk solids, stabilizer, sugar, with or without egg whites, and natural flavoring, frozen to the consistency of ice cream." Elizabeth Gregory Assistant Professor and Extension Communications Specialist Department of Agricultural Communications Texas Agricultural Extension Service Texas A&M University System Internet: e-gregory[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]