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Everybody Loves Ice Cream
Three scoops, please!
EVERYBODY LOVES ICE CREAM: THE WHOLE SCOOP ON AMERICA’S FAVORITE
TREAT (Emmis Books, $19.99, July 2004) by Shannon Jackson Arnold
is a travel book, a cookbook, and a pop culture history all in one. Whether
you’re looking for a great ice cream stand nearby, a recipe for
rocky road, or what makes an ice cream “superpremium,” you’ll
find it here.
Packed with more than 120 nostalgic photos, 115 easy-to-fix recipes, and
550 listings of the best ice cream parlors in the USA, this charming book
is a celebration of America’s love affair with ice cream and the
essential guide for ice cream lovers everywhere. You'll find everything
from factory tours to making egg creams, from definitions for various
frozen desserts to soda jerk jargon. No other book offers such a comprehensive
look at all things ice cream.
EVERYBODY LOVES ICE CREAM offers readers
a “parfait” look at every aspect of this beloved dessert.
• Where and how ice cream was invented
• How to prevent brain freeze
• How manufacturers make ice cream
• What country offers ice cream in such flavors as ox tongue, chicken
wing and cactus
• How you can make your own ice cream (and your own toppings and
fountain creations, too)
• How and where to order ice cream from online micro-creameries
for parties and events
Revealing ice cream’s mysterious, ancient beginnings, all the way
up to our modern-day love affair with ‘boutique’ brands, freeze-dried
dots, and ice cream memorabilia, EVERYBODY LOVES ICE CREAM is a mouth-watering,
informative and delightful look at our favorite frozen treat.
book was published by Emmis Books in July 2004. It is available wherever
books are sold or online at such e-tailers as www.amazon.com
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