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Ice-cream or Gelato in Rome, Italy, August 2005
Origin
Alternate name(s) Gelato, sorbet, frozen yogurt, frozen custard
Place of origin China[1]
Dish details
Course served Dessert
Main ingredient(s) Dairy or soy milk, sugar
Approximate calories per serving Vanilla dairy ice cream: 145 calories per 1/2 cup (72 g)
.Ice cream or ice-cream is a frozen dessert usually made from dairy products, such as milk and cream, and often combined with fruits or other ingredients and flavours.^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

^ This product was often flavored with fruit or honey.
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^ Ice cream and frozen desserts.

.Most varieties contain sugar, although some are made with other sweeteners.^ And I made my own vanilla extract from them, too--because most of the better brands contain some kind of sugar or corn syrup, and I'm diabetic.
  • Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe - David Lebovitz 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC www.davidlebovitz.com [Source type: General]

^ Amanda: The vanilla extracts I have don't contain sugar, although I bought them in the US. The ones in France have sugar, but no alcohol, and I prefer them without the sugar, too.
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^ And some of the recipes that would otherwise contain gluten can be made gluten-free if you make simple substitutions.

.In some cases, artificial flavourings and colourings are used in addition to (or in replacement of) the natural ingredients.^ You could use it to replace some or all of the soy creamer/non-dairy milk in ice cream recipes.

.This mixture is stirred slowly while cooling to prevent large ice crystals from forming; the result is a smoothly textured ice cream.^ Set aside the ice cream mixture to cool.

^ After the mixture is cool, stir in the tequila, if using.

^ Set the ice cream mixture aside to cool.

.The meaning of the term ice cream varies from one country to another.^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ This ice cream is one of my favorites.
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^ Another vegan ice cream cookbook .

.Terms like frozen custard, frozen yogurt, sorbet, gelato and others are used to distinguish different varieties and styles.^ You might notice that this recipe is different from my others because it doesn’t use arrowroot to thicken the ice cream mixture.

^ So you've got ice creams, frozen yogurts, sherbets, and sorbets.

^ You can use any other oil you like, but if you use flax oil be sure to whisk it in after the cooling period (prior to freezing) because heat can damage flax oil.

.In some countries, like the USA, the term ice cream applies only to a specific variety, and their governments regulate the commercial use of all these terms based on quantities of ingredients.^ I scream, you scream, we all scream–for Ice Cream!
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^ This is ice cream for only the very lazy.

^ It's like pie in ice cream form.

[2] .In others, like Italy and Argentina, one word is used for all the variants.^ One is "premium," like all fancy and stuff, and the other is easy and basic and cheaper because vanilla beans can be expensive.

^ Cross-posted from my other blog : One of the most challenging aspects of being sick has been that I can't do all--or even a fraction--of the things I used to do.

^ Actually you can add just about any fruit you would like to try but these are all the ones I have tried.
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.Alternatives made from soy milk, rice milk, and goat milk are available for those who are lactose intolerant or have an allergy to dairy protein, or in the case of soy and rice milk, for those who want to avoid animal products.^ Made with, of course, goat’s milk, but also containing plenty of the rest of the animal.
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^ She says, "I'm not a vegan, and frankly, I know nothing about it, but I have a friend who is lactose intolerant, and I found this recipe for Guinness ice cream that I wanted to try but wanted her to be able to eat, so I adapted it using your website and recipes.

^ Secondary adsorption of milk protein from the continuous phase to the oil-water interface in dairy emulsions.

Contents

Production

Cherry ice-cream
.Before the development of modern refrigeration, ice cream was a luxury reserved for special occasions.^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

^ Interactions and contributions of stabilizers and emulsifiers to development of structure in ice cream.

^ Having been so successful in other culinary fields, nothing was going to stop the development of corn ice cream.
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Making it was quite laborious. .Ice was cut from lakes and ponds during the winter and stored in holes in the ground, or in wood-frame or brick ice houses, insulated by straw.^ "For centuries, Italian ices and ice ream have been a summer treat on their home ground and indeed in all of Europe, but during the last 30 years or so gelato (Italian ice cream) has also become a fixture, at least in Rome, in winter as well.
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^ Tara Hill July 7, 2009 at My family and I used to walk to the ice cream store near our house once a week.
  • Blue Bunny Ice Cream Giveaway | TravelingMamas.com 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC travelingmamas.com [Source type: General]

.Many farmers and plantation owners, including U.S. Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, cut and stored ice in the winter for use in the summer.^ I can’t bring myself to use so many eggs in one quart of ice cream.
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^ Eel is a summer delicacy in Japan, which probably explains why Futaba decided to use it to flavor an ice cream.
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^ You can also make raspberry ice cream but don't use as many raspberries (probably 2 cups of puree is enough) as they have a much more intense flavor.
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.Frederic Tudor of Boston turned ice harvesting and shipping into big business, cutting ice in New England and shipping it around the world.^ But at some point, the world of ice cream took a turn for the worse and gave us the following abominations: .
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^ Victor Collet and James Parkinson built their businesses on elegant glaces and ices impossibly molded into unusual ornaments."
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^ This ain't no trendy new business - Ice Cream has been sold for hundreds of years and will be sold for hundreds more.
  • Ice Cream Truck Business Course ice cream carts and trucks 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC icecreamtruckprofits.com [Source type: General]

.Ice cream was made by hand in a large bowl placed inside a tub filled with ice and salt.^ Salt was also nasty in this ice cream.
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^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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^ Yo ho ho and a bowl of ice cream!

This was called the pot-freezer method. .French confectioners refined the pot-freezer method, making ice cream in a sorbetière (a covered pail with a handle attached to the lid).^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Can we make ice cream?

^ I don’t have an ice cream freezer.
  • buttermilk ice cream | smitten kitchen 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC smittenkitchen.com [Source type: General]

.In the pot-freezer method, the temperature of the ingredients is reduced by the mixture of crushed ice and salt.^ Can't wait to try this, actually have all the ingredients on hand, and the ice cream maker canister in the freezer just waiting ...
  • Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe - David Lebovitz 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC www.davidlebovitz.com [Source type: General]

^ A pinch of salt 6 egg yolks 6 ounces semisweet chocolate or dark chocolate, chopped fine, keep in the freezer until used Method .
  • Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Recipe | Simply Recipes 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC simplyrecipes.com [Source type: General]

^ Another method is to pour your chilled ice cream mixture into a bowl and stick it in the freezer.

.The salt water is cooled by the ice, and the action of the salt on the ice causes it to (partially) melt, absorbing latent heat and bringing the mixture below the freezing point of pure water.^ Remove from the heat, strain the mixture, then cool it in ice water, stirring occasionally.
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^ Remove from the heat and cool completely over ice water.
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^ Remove from heat and cool completely over ice water.
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.The immersed container can also make better thermal contact with the salty water and ice mixture than it could with ice alone.^ By Jenni on February 18, 2009 11:01 AM Love vanilla ice cream, and there is nothing better than really good vanilla extract!
  • Vanilla Ice Cream Recipe - David Lebovitz 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC www.davidlebovitz.com [Source type: General]

^ There will never be a better time than today to claim your copy of "Ice Cream Truck Secrets" .
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^ But I imagine you could use products like Splenda or stevia to make sugar-free ice cream.

.The hand-cranked churn, which also uses ice and salt for cooling, replaced the pot-freezer method.^ To get your hands on "Ice Cream Truck Secrets" right now have your credit card ready and use our secure online form.
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^ Freeze in churn freezer, turing slowly until crank turns hard, then increase speed and turn rapidly about 10 min.
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^ You could use it to replace some or all of the soy creamer/non-dairy milk in ice cream recipes.

.The exact origin of the hand-cranked freezer is unknown, but the first U.S. patent for one was #3254 issued to Nancy Johnson on September 9, 1843. The hand-cranked churn produced smoother ice cream than the pot freezer and did it quicker.^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ Be first to review this product Rotating Ice Cream Cone Kitsch 'n' Fun, this rotating ice cream cone is a real winner for all gadget enthusiasts and children of course!
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Many inventors patented improvements on Johnson's design.
.In Europe and early America, ice cream was made and sold by small businesses, mostly confectioners and caterers.^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ I love the ice cream truck business!
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^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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.Jacob Fussell of Baltimore, Maryland was the first to manufacture ice cream on a large scale.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

Fussell bought fresh dairy products from farmers in York County, Pennsylvania, and sold them in Baltimore. .An unstable demand for his dairy products often left him with a surplus of cream, which he made into ice cream.^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

.He built his first ice-cream factory in Seven Valleys, Pennsylvania, in 1851. Two years later, he moved his factory to Baltimore.^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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^ The first, obviously, is the ice cream.

.Later, he opened factories in several other cities and taught the business to others, who operated their own plants.^ The First Lame Course was published by a guy who had obviously never, ever owned a ice cream truck business in his life.
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.Mass production reduced the cost of ice cream and added to its popularity.^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

^ Period recipes are excellent indicators of popular flavorings: [1747] "To make ice cream.
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An ice cream maker
.The development of industrial refrigeration by German engineer Carl von Linde during the 1870s eliminated the need to cut and store natural ice and when the continuous-process freezer was perfected in 1926, it allowed commercial mass production of ice cream and the birth of the modern ice cream industry.^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

^ Current trends in the ice cream industry.

^ Be first to review this product Rotating Ice Cream Cone Kitsch 'n' Fun, this rotating ice cream cone is a real winner for all gadget enthusiasts and children of course!
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.The most common method for producing ice cream at home is to use an ice cream maker, in modern times generally an electrical device that churns the ice cream mixture while cooled inside a household freezer, or using a solution of pre-frozen salt and water, which gradually melts while the ice cream freezes.^ Water crystallization and recrystallization in ice cream.

^ Freeze and finish as for vanilla ice cream."
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^ Ice cream and frozen desserts.

Some more expensive models have an inbuilt freezing element. .A newer method of making home-made ice cream is to add liquid nitrogen to the mixture while stirring it using a spoon or spatula.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ If I’m making a coconut ice cream, I always use coconut milk.

^ Stir reserved rum into ice cream mixture.

.Some ice cream recipes call for making a custard, folding in whipped cream, and immediately freezing the mixture.^ Freeze cream cheese mixture according to ice cream maker instructions.

^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ This ice cream is a cooked custard.
  • buttermilk ice cream | smitten kitchen 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC smittenkitchen.com [Source type: General]

Commercial delivery

A bicycle-based ice cream vendor in Indonesia
.Ice cream can be mass-produced and thus is widely available in developed parts of the world.^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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^ Congratulations, and welcome to the ice cream world.
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^ Cons: They got the nastiest nastiest ice cream in the whole world!
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.Ice cream can be purchased in large cartons (vats and squrounds) from supermarkets and grocery stores, in smaller quantities from ice cream shops, convenience stores, and milk bars, and in individual servings from small carts or vans at public events.^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

^ As best as I can tell, this is also a soy-free cookbook; the 'ice creams' are primarily coconut milk or nut-based.

^ If you want to make an ice cream with the brownies, I suggest cooling the brownies and cutting them into small chunks, then mixing them into the Cookies and Cream recipe instead of the cookies.

.In Turkey and Australia, ice cream is sometimes sold to beach-goers from small powerboats equipped with chest freezers.^ I don’t have an ice cream freezer.
  • buttermilk ice cream | smitten kitchen 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC smittenkitchen.com [Source type: General]

^ D April 24, 2009 76 The ice cream looks creamy in the photo, but how does the ice cream freeze overnight and after a few days in the freezer?
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^ This ain't no trendy new business - Ice Cream has been sold for hundreds of years and will be sold for hundreds more.
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.Some ice cream distributors sell ice cream products from traveling refrigerated vans or carts (commonly referred to in the US as "ice cream trucks"), sometimes equipped with speakers playing children's music.^ I love the ice cream truck business!
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^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

^ Ice Cream Truck Business Course ice cream carts and trucks .
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.Traditionally, ice cream vans in the United Kingdom make a music box noise rather than actual music.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Can we make ice cream?

^ Be sure to make the White-Peach Rosemary Ice Cream recipe for me.

Dietary

Black sesame soft ice-cream, Japan
Ice cream may have the following composition:
.Greater than 10% milkfat and usually between 10% and as high as 16%
fat in some premium ice creams:
9 to 12% milk solids-not-fat: this component, also known as the serum solids, contains the proteins (caseins and whey proteins) and carbohydrates (lactose) found in milk:
12 to 16% sweeteners: usually a combination of sucrose and glucose-based corn syrup sweeteners:
0.2 to 0.5% stabilisers and emulsifiers:
55% to 64% water which comes from the milk or other ingredients.
^ The more fat the ice cream contains, the softer it will be in the freezer.

^ You absolutely cannot make an egg cream without [it]...The firm, founded sometime between 1910 and 1920...began in a Brownsville basement...The recipe for U-Bet remains the same: Brooklyn water, sugar, corn sweeteners, cocoa, and some "secret things."
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^ Q. Can I use something other than soy milk?

[3] These compositions are percentage by weight. .Since ice cream can contain as much as half air by volume, these numbers may be reduced by as much as half if cited by volume.^ French ice cream , on the other hand, is a cooked product containing whole eggs.
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^ According to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office , the Anderson ice cream sandwich making machine was registered with the government February 1, 1926 registration number 0615682.
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^ I wanted to try adding flax oil to ice cream, since it is such a good source of omega-3 fatty acids.

In terms of dietary considerations, however, the percentages by weight are more relevant.
.Even the low fat products have high caloric content: Ben and Jerry's No Fat Vanilla Fudge contains 150 calories per half cup due to its high sugar content.^ However, a little Internet research has led me to believe that you could probably substitute 1 teaspoon of pure stevia (no fillers to bulk up the powder) per cup of sugar in my ice cream recipes.

^ Too high a fat content…use lowfat with cream?
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^ When ice cream was added, a malted was both tasty and filling, since the dried milk and the ice cream had a high fat content.
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[4]

History

Precursors of ice cream

An ice-cream store in Damascus, Syria
.Ancient civilizations have served ice for cold foods for thousands of years.^ About ice cream Food historians tell us the history of ice cream begins with ancient flavored ices.
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^ "For thousands of years people saved ice to satisfy their desire for cool drinks.
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.The BBC reports that a frozen mixture of milk and rice was invented in China around 200 BC, and in 618-97 AD, King Tang of Shang had 94 men who made a frozen dish of buffalo milk, flour, and camphor.^ In different parts of the country they went by different names...A "malted" is made with malted milk powder-invented in 1887 by William Horlick of Racine Wisconsin, and made from dried milk, malted barley, and wheat flour-promoted at first as a drink for invalids and children.
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^ But cooked body creams, made with eggs, flour or cornstarch, and cream or milk, are more properly designated Frozen Custards."
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^ The most popular kinds are made from soy milk, though Rice Dream is made from rice milk (you’d never guess from the name, right?

[1] .The Roman Emperor Nero (37–68) had ice brought from the mountains and combined with fruit toppings.^ Roman emperor Nero (37–68) had ice brought from the mountains and combined with fruit toppings.
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^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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.These were some early chilled delicacies.^ Today’s ice treats likely originated with these early ice delicacies.
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[5]
.Ancient Persians mastered the technique of storing ice inside giant naturally-cooled refrigerators known as yakhchals.^ Persians, having mastered the storage of ice, ate ice cream well into summer.
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.These structures kept ice brought in from the winter, or from nearby mountains, well into the summer.^ "For centuries, Italian ices and ice ream have been a summer treat on their home ground and indeed in all of Europe, but during the last 30 years or so gelato (Italian ice cream) has also become a fixture, at least in Rome, in winter as well.
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^ My initial foray into buttermilk ice cream last summer was made palatable only by the rhubarb compote that covered it.
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They worked by using tall windcatchers that kept the sub-level storage space at frigid temperatures.
.In 400 BC, Persians invented a special chilled pudding-like dish, made of rose water and vermicelli which was served to royalty during summers.^ Remove from oven at once; slip 2 spatulas between Alaska and paper; transfer Alaska to chilled serving dish.
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.The ice was mixed with saffron, fruits, and various other flavours.^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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^ [NOTE: Mrs. Raffald's other fruit cream (non-ice) recipes employ lemon, raspberry, and orange.
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^ Treatise on Various Kinds of Sorbets, or Water Ices ...composed between 1692 and 1694...contains the first written recipes on how to mix sugar, salt, snow, and lemon juice, strawberrries, sour cherries, and other fruit, as well as chocolate, cinnamon water, and different flavorings.
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.The treat, widely made in Iran today, is called "faloodeh", and is made from starch (usually wheat), spun in a sieve-like machine which produces threads or drops of the batter, which are boiled in water.^ Like buckwheat noodles and wheat tea, this ice cream is a tasty treat even if it doesn’t sound as though it’ll wheat, oops, make that whet, the appetite.
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The mix is then frozen, and mixed with rose water and lemons, before serving.[citation needed]
Ice-cream dessert
.Ice cream was the favorite dessert for the Caliphs of Baghdad.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts.

^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

.Arabs were the first to utilise milk as a major ingredient in its production, sweeten the ice cream with sugar rather than fruit juices, as well as perfect ways for its commercial production.^ Advances in corn sweeteners for ice cream.

^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ Sugars and sugar alternatives for ice cream.

.As early as the 10th century, ice cream was widespread amongst many of the Arab world's major cities such as Baghdad, Damascus and Cairo.^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

^ Neapolitan ice-cream makers were famous in Paris at the beginning of the 19th century, especially Tortoni, creator of numerous ice-cream cakes."
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.Their version of ice cream was produced from milk or cream and often some yoghurt similar to Ancient Greek recipes, flavoured with rosewater as well as dried fruits and nuts.^ (I even have a recipe for molasses ice cream !

^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ Are all ice cream recipes standard?
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.It is believed that this was based on older Ancient Arab, Mesopotamian, Greek or Roman recipes, which were probably the first and precursors to Persian faloodeh.^ Italian ice, granita, sorbet & sherbet Italian water ice (also known as granita and sorbetto) has a long and ancient history: "The Greeks and Romans employed lumps of Etna's snow to chill their wine; the Arabs used it instead to chill their sarbat.
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.In 62 AD, the Roman emperor Nero sent slaves to the Apennine mountains to collect snow to be flavoured with honey and nuts.^ Roman emperor Nero (37–68) had ice brought from the mountains and combined with fruit toppings.
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[6]
.Maguelonne Toussaint-Samat asserts in her History of Food, "the Chinese may be credited with inventing a device to make sorbets and ice cream.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Can we make ice cream?

^ The Food Timeline: history notes--ice cream Food Timeline FAQs: ice cream & ice .
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They poured a mixture of snow and saltpetre over the exteriors of containers filled with syrup, for, in the same way as salt raises the boiling-point of water, it lowers the freezing-point to below zero."[7][8] (Toussaint does not provide historical documentation for this.)But in the age of Emperor Yingzong, Song Dynasty (960-1279) of China, there is a poem named "詠冰酪" (literally Ode to the ice cheese), written by poet Yang Wanli. .There also has a saying , in the Yuan Dynasty, the Kublai Khan enjoy ice cream a lot and keep it a royal secret, then when Marco Polo came to China and brought the technique to Italy.^ There’s a lot of seafood involved, strange vegetables, and a lot more meat than I would like in any ice-cream I was considering eating.
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^ I really like that little machine, but it doesn’t make a lot of ice cream in one churning.
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^ Certainly there must be some rattlesnake chili ice cream availabler somewhere in the Lone Star State!
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Japanese green tea ice cream with anko sauce
.In the sixteenth century, the Mughal emperors used relays of horsemen to bring ice from the Hindu Kush to Delhi where it was used in fruit sorbets.^ I can’t bring myself to use so many eggs in one quart of ice cream.
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^ PHILADELPHIA, HOME OF AMERICAN ICE CREAM "Philadelphia became renowned for its ice cream, and the phrase 'Philadelphia ice cream,' used since the early nineteenth century, came to mean a specifically American style of rich ice cream.
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[9]
.When Italian duchess Catherine de' Medici married the duc d’Orléans in 1533, she is said to have brought with her Italian chefs who had recipes for flavoured ices or sorbets and introduced them in France.^ But all manner of things are said of Marco Polo....Francois I's daughter-in-law, Catherine de Medici, brought the fashion for sorbets to France.
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^ And a bunch of sorbet recipes, which I have to say are going to tempt me away from ice cream for a little while.

^ It is said that Marco Polo observed the practice and brought it home to Italy, traditionally a country that specializes in making ices.
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[10] .One hundred years later, Charles I of England was supposedly so impressed by the "frozen snow" that he offered his own ice cream maker a lifetime pension in return for keeping the formula secret, so that ice cream could be a royal prerogative.^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ We don’t have an ice cream maker, but once I get one I will have to try this out.
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^ I am one hundred years old.
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[11] .There is, however, no historical evidence to support these legends, which first appeared during the 19th century.^ Desserts approximating "Baked Alaska" began to appear in the middle of the 19th century.
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^ Many accounts of the sundae's invention have been published, but there is no definative evidence about it.
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^ Supposedly, sorbet was also brought to France by Catherine de'Medici...There is no documentary evidence to support this hypothesis, however and we cannot prove that the art of sorbet making was already practiced in Italy in the middle of the sixteenth century...Latini's...
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.The first recipe for flavoured ices in French appears in 1674, in Nicholas Lemery’s Recueil de curiositéz rares et nouvelles de plus admirables effets de la nature.^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ According to the venerable food historian Karen Hess, the first ice cream recipe published in the United States appeared in The New Art of Cookery, According to the Present Practice /Richard Briggs, circa 1792.
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^ [NOTE: Food historian Karen Hess states this is the first recipe for ice cream printed in an American cook book.
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[10] Recipes for sorbetti saw publication in the 1694 edition of Antonio Latini's Lo Scalco alla Moderna (The Modern Steward).[10] .Recipes for flavoured ices begin to appear in François Massialot's Nouvelle Instruction pour les Confitures, les Liqueurs, et les Fruits starting with the 1692 edition.^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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^ [NOTE: Mrs. Raffald's other fruit cream (non-ice) recipes employ lemon, raspberry, and orange.
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^ Layered, molded ice cream treats (with fruits, syrups & liqueurs) were quite popular by the mid-19th century both in Europe and America.
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Massialot's recipes result in a coarse, pebbly texture. However, Latini claims that the results of his recipes should have the fine consistency of sugar and snow.[10]

True ice cream

.Ice cream recipes first appear in 18th century England and America.^ (I even have a recipe for molasses ice cream !

^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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A recipe for ice cream was published in Mrs. Mary Eales's Receipts in London 1718.[12]
.To ice CREAM. Take Tin Ice-Pots, fill them with any Sort of Cream you like, either plain or sweeten'd, or Fruit in it; shut your Pots very close; to six Pots you must allow eighteen or twenty Pound of Ice, breaking the Ice very small; there will be some great Pieces, which lay at the Bottom and Top: You must have a Pail, and lay some Straw at the Bottom; then lay in your Ice, and put in amongst it a Pound of Bay-Salt; set in your Pots of Cream, and lay Ice and Salt between every Pot, that they may not touch; but the Ice must lie round them on every Side; lay a good deal of Ice on the Top, cover the Pail with Straw, set it in a Cellar where no Sun or Light comes, it will be froze in four Hours, but it may stand longer; than take it out just as you use it; hold it in your Hand and it will slip out.^ Or just bake some meringues to go with your ice cream.
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^ When your cream is to be turned out of, then put on the lid.
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^ By the way, what ice cream maker do you use?
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.When you wou'd freeze any Sort of Fruit, either Cherries, Rasberries, Currants, or Strawberries, fill your Tin-Pots with the Fruit, but as hollow as you can; put to them Lemmonade, made with Spring-Water and Lemmon-Juice sweeten'd; put enough in the Pots to make the Fruit hang together, and put them in Ice as you do Cream.^ Advances in corn sweeteners for ice cream.

^ I scream, you scream, we all scream–for Ice Cream!
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^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

.The earliest reference to ice cream given by the Oxford English Dictionary is from 1744, reprinted in a magazine in 1877. 1744 in Pennsylvania Mag.^ References to fried ice cream begin to appear in the second half of the 20th century.
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^ Our survey of 18th-early 19th century English and American cookbooks confirms fruit ice creams were probably the most popular.
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^ The Oxford English Dictionary traces the term "hokey-pokey" in print as it relates to ice cream to 1884.
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Hist. & Biogr. (1877) I. 126 Among the rarities..was some fine ice cream, which, with the strawberries and milk, eat most deliciously.
[13]
.The 1751 edition of The Art of Cookery made Plain and Easy by Hannah Glasse features a recipe for ice cream.^ (I even have a recipe for molasses ice cream !

^ The Art of Cookery Made Plain & Easy , Hannah Glasse, facsimile of the first edition, 1747 [Prospect Books:Devon] 1995 (p.
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^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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.OED gives her recipe: H. GLASSE Art of Cookery (ed.^ The Art of Cookery Made Plain & Easy , Hannah Glasse, facsimile of the first edition, 1747 [Prospect Books:Devon] 1995 (p.
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^ Hannah Glasse and Elizabeth Raffald were giving recipes for it in the mid-eighteenth century, it was evidently well established.
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.4) 333 (heading) To make Ice Cream..set it [sc.^ I really like that little machine, but it doesn’t make a lot of ice cream in one churning.
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^ According to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office , the Anderson ice cream sandwich making machine was registered with the government February 1, 1926 registration number 0615682.
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^ David Lebovitz has a post on how to make ice cream without an ice cream maker .
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the cream] into the larger Bason. Fill it with Ice, and a Handful of Salt.
[13]
.1768 saw the publication of L'Art de Bien Faire les Glaces d'Office by M. Emy, a cookbook devoted entirely to recipes for flavoured ices and ice cream.^ (I even have a recipe for molasses ice cream !

^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ Another vegan ice cream cookbook .

[10]
.Ice cream was introduced to the United States by Quaker colonists who brought their ice cream recipes with them.^ (I even have a recipe for molasses ice cream !

^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ Are all ice cream recipes standard?
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.Confectioners sold ice cream at their shops in New York and other cities during the colonial era.^ Philadelphia confectioners were famed for their ice cream."
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^ Action of emulsifiers in promoting fat destabilization during the manufacture of ice cream.

^ About toffee (a candy with English roots) HOKEY POKEY & ICE CREAM TREATS Ice cream, ices and other frosty treats were sold in cities, amusement parks, boardwalks and and resort areas in the late 19th/early 20th centuries by a number of portable vehicles.
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.Ben Franklin, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson were known to have regularly eaten and served ice cream.^ Thomas Jefferson's French ice cream [1792] Ice Creams .
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^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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.First Lady Dolley Madison is also closely associated with the early history of ice cream in the United States.^ And last but not least, frightening ice cream flavors from the United States!
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^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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One respected history of ice cream states that, as the wife of U.S. President James Madison, she served ice cream at her husband's Inaugural Ball in 1813.
.Around 1832, Augustus Jackson, an African American confectioner, not only created multiple ice cream recipes, but he also invented a superior technique to manufacture ice cream.^ (I even have a recipe for molasses ice cream !

^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ This is ice cream for only the very lazy.

[14]
.In 1843, Nancy Johnson of Philadelphia was issued the first U.S. patent for a small-scale handcranked ice cream freezer.^ "Philadelphia Ice Cream 2 pt.
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^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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.The invention of the ice cream soda gave Americans a new treat, adding to ice cream's popularity.^ When American was young and ice cream was "that new dessert."
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^ Most fountains now have the electric mixers but if you do not have one, you should use a heavy soda or mixing glass instead of the 10-ounce glass, then after adding cream, add a little crushed ice which will break the egg.
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^ After the great exposition of 1876 Philadelphia became known across the country for the excellence of its ice cream, by then a popular American delicacy, and to this day the words "Philadelphia ice cream" connote the highest quality.
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.This cold treat was probably invented by Robert Green in 1874, although there is no conclusive evidence to prove his claim.^ You only need two ingredients, there's no heating, and you can freeze it right away if your non-dairy milk is cold when you mix it.

^ Many accounts of the sundae's invention have been published, but there is no definative evidence about it.
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^ "Since there is no definative answer as to who invented the sundae, it's not surprising that the spelling is also a mystery.
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Ice cream sundaes with fruit, nuts, and a wafer
.The ice cream sundae originated in the late 19th century.^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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^ While the invention of “Iced Cream” can be traced to the mid-1700s, it was during the 20th Century that the frozen delicacy assumed its place amongst the world’s most popular desserts.
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^ GreyWall » 101 Worst Ice Cream Flavors From Japan on August 19th, 2007 at 10:03 am […] Link Posted by: Ryan .
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.Several men claimed to have created the first sundae, but there is no conclusive evidence to back up any of their stories.^ Many accounts of the sundae's invention have been published, but there is no definative evidence about it.
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^ "Since there is no definative answer as to who invented the sundae, it's not surprising that the spelling is also a mystery.
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^ The origin of several popular period ice cream treats (ice cream cones, ice cream sundaes, banana splits, popsicles) are readily claimed by several people and places.
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.Some sources say that the sundae was invented to circumvent blue laws, which forbade serving sodas on Sunday.^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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^ The best-known explanation for the sundae is that it was created to circumvent Blue Laws banning the sale of ice cream sodas on Sunday.
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^ Some ingenious druggist decided to serve ice cream with syrup but no soda, there by complying with the letter of the law, if not the spirit.
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.Towns claiming to be the birthplace of the sundae include Buffalo, New York; Two Rivers, Wisconsin; Ithaca, New York; and Evanston, Illinois.^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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^ Banana splits Two American towns claim the banana split as their own: Latrobe PA and Wilmington OH. Which one deserves the honor?
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^ The Two Rivers, Wisconsin, claim goes back to the same era...was created when a youth named George Hallauer went to Ed Berner's soda fountain for a rich of ice cream.
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.Both the ice cream cone and banana split became popular in the early 20th century.^ Neapolitan ice-cream makers were famous in Paris at the beginning of the 19th century, especially Tortoni, creator of numerous ice-cream cakes."
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^ After the great exposition of 1876 Philadelphia became known across the country for the excellence of its ice cream, by then a popular American delicacy, and to this day the words "Philadelphia ice cream" connote the highest quality.
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^ About toffee (a candy with English roots) HOKEY POKEY & ICE CREAM TREATS Ice cream, ices and other frosty treats were sold in cities, amusement parks, boardwalks and and resort areas in the late 19th/early 20th centuries by a number of portable vehicles.
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Several food vendors claimed to have invented the ice cream cone at the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis, MO.[15] However, Europeans were eating cones long before 1904.[16][17]
.In the UK, ice cream remained an expensive and rare treat, until large quantities of ice began to be imported from Norway and the US in the mid Victorian era.^ Ice cream began as granita (ice).
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^ About ice cream Food historians tell us the history of ice cream begins with ancient flavored ices.
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^ Carlos Mendez - Began his program in fall 2008, working on fat crystallization and partial coalescence in ice cream.

.A Swiss-Italian businessman, Carlo Gatti, opened the first ice cream stall outside Charing Cross station in 1851, selling scoops of ice cream in shells for one penny.^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ Place scoop of ice cream on each.
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[18] .The penny lick soon became popular, remaining on sale until banned in 1926,[citation needed] by which time it had been replaced by the ice cream cone.^ Spread a good layer of orange ice upon it, and as soon as this hardens, spread over it the pistachio ice-cream.
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^ Now, Spinach Ice Cream will let kids kill two birds with one stone by eating their veggies and ice cream at the same time.
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^ After the great exposition of 1876 Philadelphia became known across the country for the excellence of its ice cream, by then a popular American delicacy, and to this day the words "Philadelphia ice cream" connote the highest quality.
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George and Davis' Ice Cream Cafe on Little Clarendon Street, Oxford.
.The history of ice cream in the 20th century is one of great change and increases in availability and popularity.^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ A great white ice cream!
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^ Now, Spinach Ice Cream will let kids kill two birds with one stone by eating their veggies and ice cream at the same time.
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.In the United States in the early 20th century, the ice cream soda was a popular treat at the soda shop, the soda fountain, and the ice cream parlor.^ "Egg Drin" , a popular early 20th century soda fountain concoction, is strikingly similar to the classic egg cream.
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^ And last but not least, frightening ice cream flavors from the United States!
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^ Most fountains now have the electric mixers but if you do not have one, you should use a heavy soda or mixing glass instead of the 10-ounce glass, then after adding cream, add a little crushed ice which will break the egg.
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.During American Prohibition, the soda fountain to some extent replaced the outlawed alcohol establishments such as bars and saloons.^ A great number of the following formulas are prize winners in the Soda Fountain's monthly contests and as such, have a wide reputation.
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^ "By 1891, there were more soda fountains than bars in New York according to On the Town in New York by Michael and Ariane Batterberry.
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.Ice cream became popular throughout the world in the second half of the 20th century after cheap refrigeration became common.^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

^ References to fried ice cream begin to appear in the second half of the 20th century.
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^ It is a contemporary ethnic interpretation of Baked Alaska, a popular upscale hot/cold ice cream dessert developed in the last quarter of the 19th century.
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.There was an explosion of ice cream stores and of flavours and types.^ There’s a lot of seafood involved, strange vegetables, and a lot more meat than I would like in any ice-cream I was considering eating.
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^ Certainly there must be some rattlesnake chili ice cream availabler somewhere in the Lone Star State!
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^ But since I just reviewed Lick It , I figured I should note that there's another new vegan ice cream book out on the market!

Vendors often competed on the basis of variety. Howard Johnson's restaurants advertised "a world of 28 flavours." Baskin-Robbins made its 31 flavours ("one for every day of the month") the cornerstone of its marketing strategy. The company now boasts that it has developed over 1000 varieties.
.One important development in the 20th century was the introduction of soft ice cream.^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ My ice cream is too soft!

^ How important is fat in ice cream?

.A chemical research team in Britain (of which a young Margaret Thatcher was a member)[19][20] discovered a method of doubling the amount of air in ice cream, which allowed manufacturers to use less of the actual ingredients, thereby reducing costs.^ For the filling, we used vanilla ice cream.

^ Arrowroot is a starch that you can use to thicken sauces, pies, or (in this case) ice cream.

^ So I've never used it in my ice cream recipes.

.This ice cream was also popular amongst consumers who preferred the lighter texture, and most major ice cream brands now use this manufacturing process.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ For the filling, we used vanilla ice cream.

^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

.March 2008" style="white-space:nowrap;">[citation needed] It also made possible the soft ice cream machine in which a cone is filled beneath a spigot on order.^ The best ones were made with "Neapolitan-style" ice creams.
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^ For the filling, we used vanilla ice cream.

^ My ice cream is too soft!

.In the United States, Dairy Queen, Carvel, and Tastee-Freez pioneered in establishing chains of soft-serve ice cream outlets.^ Serum separation in soft serve ice cream mixes.

^ And last but not least, frightening ice cream flavors from the United States!
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^ My ice cream is too soft!

.Technological innovations such as these have introduced various food additives into ice cream, notably the stabilizing agent gluten,[21] to which some people have an intolerance.^ Generally, such incidents pertain to the higher circles into which the common people are intruders...The highest court in the land has within a few weeks pondered over the problem of what is ice cream, and whether there can be such a thing as ice cream without a drop of cream..."Some Philadelphia ice cream"--only "some"--is made of only cream, sugar, and a vanilla flavor."
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^ Better still, I just scooped out some perfectly frozen bits for a taste test, and the ice cream is rich and very tangy.
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^ Or just bake some meringues to go with your ice cream.
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.Recent awareness of this issue has prompted a number of manufacturers to start producing gluten-free ice cream.^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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^ According to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office , the Anderson ice cream sandwich making machine was registered with the government February 1, 1926 registration number 0615682.
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^ Novelties In America, the term "novelty" as it applies to food, is often connected with manufactured portable/individual ice cream treats.
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[22]
.The 1980s saw a return of the older, thicker ice creams being sold as "premium" and "superpremium" varieties under brands such as Ben & Jerry's and Häagen-Dazs.^ Ice cream under control.

^ Yes, everywhere the great news is spreading about CHO-CHO-the brand-new "taste thrill way" to eat malted ice cream!
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^ Nowadays the word is used in New Zealand for a sort of crunchy toffee bar, and also for ice cream containing liggle pieces of such toffee."
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Ice cream throughout the world

Argentina

An ice cream cone in Salta, Argentina
.The tradition of ice cream making was taken to Argentina by many Italian immigrants.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Can we make ice cream?

^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

.July 2008" style="white-space:nowrap;">[citation needed] While industrial ice cream exists in Argentina and can be found in supermarkets, restaurants or kiosks, and ice cream pops are sold on some streets and at the beaches, the most traditional Argentinean helado (ice cream) is very similar to Italian gelato, rather than US-style ice cream, and it has become one of the most popular desserts in the country.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ This is ice cream for only the very lazy.

^ The best ones were made with "Neapolitan-style" ice creams.
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Among the most famous manufacturers are Freddo, Persicco, Chungo and Munchi's, all of them located in Buenos Aires. .However, each city has its own heladerías (ice cream parlours) which offer different varieties of creamy and water-based ice creams, including both standard and regional flavours.^ Water crystallization and recrystallization in ice cream.

^ I've finally gotten around to posting a coconut-based ice cream!

^ One hot Sunday, neither ice cream nor soda water appealed to him because he was in the mood for something different.
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There are hundreds of flavours but Argentina's most traditional and popular one is dulce de leche, which has become a favorite abroad, especially in the US.
.There are two kinds of heladerías in Argentina: the cheaper ones which sell ice cream with artificial ingredients (like Helarte, Pirulo and Sei Tu), and the ones that sell helado artesanal, made with natural ingredients and usually distinguished by a logo featuring an ice cream cone and the letters HA. There are no regulations in Argentina regarding the amount of milk an ice cream can have.^ The best ones were made with "Neapolitan-style" ice creams.
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^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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.In fact, all ice cream parlors serve both cream-based and water-based ice cream (helado à la crema and helado al agua respectively).^ Water crystallization and recrystallization in ice cream.

^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

^ I scream, you scream, we all scream–for Ice Cream!
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Instead, the distinctions are made according to the quality of the ingredients.
.A standard Argentinean cone or cup contains two different flavours of ice cream.^ Now, Spinach Ice Cream will let kids kill two birds with one stone by eating their veggies and ice cream at the same time.
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^ In 1916, the US Supreme Court acknowledged two definitions for Philadelphia ice cream: Hutchinson Ice Cream V. Iowa (242 US) 153 [1916]: "The ice cream of commerce is not iced or frozen cream.
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^ September 9th, 2007 at 1:04 am actually durian flavoured ice cream is very delicouos.and it sold in many malaysia supermarket.
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.In addition to these, most heladerías offer ice-cream-based desserts like Bombón Suizo (Swiss Bombom: chocolate-covered chantilly ice cream filled with dulce de leche and sprinkled with nuts), Bombón Escocés (Scottish Bombom: same as the Swiss Bombom, only with chocolate ice-cream and white chocolate topping), Cassata (strawberry, vanilla and chocolate ice cream) and Almendrado (almond ice cream sprinkled with almond praline).^ Freeze and finish as for vanilla ice cream."
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^ She also offers recipes for pistachio and chocolate cream.
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^ White Cherry Sundae 1 disher of vanilla ice cream Ladle of white cherries.
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Australia and New Zealand

An ice cream van at Batemans Bay, New South Wales, Australia
.Per capita, Australians and New Zealanders are among the leading ice cream consumers in the world, eating 18 liters and 20 liters each per year respectively, behind the United States where people eat 23 liters each per year.^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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^ Years of ice cream science.

^ Why don’t people just eat normal ice cream.
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[23] Brands include Tip Top, Streets, Peters, Sara Lee, New Zealand Natural, Cadbury, Baskin-Robbins and Maggie Beer. .A popular ice cream flavour in New Zealand, Australia and Japan that originated in New Zealand is hokey pokey.^ GreyWall » 101 Worst Ice Cream Flavors From Japan on August 19th, 2007 at 10:03 am […] Link Posted by: Ryan .
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^ Yes, everywhere the great news is spreading about CHO-CHO-the brand-new "taste thrill way" to eat malted ice cream!
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^ Nowadays the word is used in New Zealand for a sort of crunchy toffee bar, and also for ice cream containing liggle pieces of such toffee."
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China

.In Southern China, there's a kind of chilled dessert made of mung beans, called 绿豆沙 (pinyin: lǜdòushā, literally: sand of mung bean), texturally similar to ice cream.^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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^ Ice cream and frozen desserts.

^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

.The beans are macerated into a paste and boiled together with milk and sugar.^ Miso bean paste, together with soy sauce, is said to be the flavor of Japan.
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Finland

.The first ice cream manufacturer in Finland was the Italian Magi family, who opened the Helsingin jäätelötehdas in 1922 and Suomen Eskimo Oy.^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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Other manufacturers soon spawned, like Pietarsaaren jäätelötehdas (1928-2002).
.Finland's first ice cream bar opened at the Lasipalatsi in 1936, and at the same time another manufacturer, Maanviljelijäin Maitokeskus started their production.^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ First ice cream recipe in America?
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.Today, the two largest ice cream manufacturers are Ingman and Nestlé (who bought Valiojäätelö).^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ In 1916, the US Supreme Court acknowledged two definitions for Philadelphia ice cream: Hutchinson Ice Cream V. Iowa (242 US) 153 [1916]: "The ice cream of commerce is not iced or frozen cream.
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^ Action of emulsifiers in promoting fat destabilization during the manufacture of ice cream.

Finland is also the leading consumer of ice cream in Europe, with 13.7 liters per person in 2003.[24]

France

.In 1651, Italian Francesco dei Coltelli opened an ice cream café in Paris and the product became so popular that during the next 50 years another 250 cafés opened in Paris.^ Years of ice cream science.

^ Another vegan ice cream cookbook .

^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

[25][26] .Some "French Style" ice creams are made with butter in place of cream.^ The best ones were made with "Neapolitan-style" ice creams.
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^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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^ French ice cream French-style ice creams descended from medieval custards and creams.
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.December 2007" style="white-space:nowrap;">[citation needed] Some people eat heart or log shaped cakes made of ice cream on New Year's Eve or New Year's Day.^ The best ones were made with "Neapolitan-style" ice creams.
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^ December 3rd, 2007 at 7:49 am ice cream shouldnt be nasty .
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^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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[27]

Germany

.Italian ice cream parlors (Eisdielen) have been popular in Germany since the 1920s, when many Italians immigrated and set up business.^ Farmington Miniature Golf & Ice Cream Parlor .
  • CT, Ice Cream Shops, Stores, Sundaes, Ice Cream Cakes in CT from The Megasite Guide to Connecticut Restaurants & Dining. 14 January 2010 7:47 UTC www.culinarymenus.com [Source type: General]

^ Dunphy's Ice Cream Parlor .
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^ Sundaes Ice Cream Parlor .
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.As in Italy itself, ice cream is considered a traditional dessert and the ice cream at an Eisdiele is still mostly hand-made.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ In Italy today, the best ice creams in Italy are made by local gelaterie..."
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^ Ice cream and frozen desserts.

Ghana

In 1962,[28] the popular Ghanaian treat FanMilk was created by the Fan Milk Limited company. .FanIce comes in strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla.^ Recipes for the fancy molds (bombes) or bricks of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry (sometimes pistachio) were often included in 19th century European and American cook books.
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^ The parfait is usually made with rich vanilla ice cream accented with liqueur or other other syrup (chocolate, strawberry) .
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^ Neapolitan ice cream consists of three layers, each of a different color and flavor (chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla), moulded into a block and cut into slices.
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.FanMilk also makes additional products, though FanIce is the closest to Western ice cream.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Can we make ice cream?

^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

.Pouches of FanIce and other FanMilk products can be bought from men on bikes equipped with chill boxes in any moderately sized town, and in cities large enough for grocery stores, FanMilk can be bought in tubs for eating at home.^ I bought a package of seedless tamarind pulp at a local Indian grocery store.

^ Nick bought it for me at Food Fight, a vegan grocery store in Portland.

Greece

.Ice cream in its modern form is a relatively new invention.^ It's like pie in ice cream form.

^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

^ Yes, everywhere the great news is spreading about CHO-CHO-the brand-new "taste thrill way" to eat malted ice cream!
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.Ice treats have been enjoyed since ancient times.^ Gourmand can then enjoy the twofold pleasure of biting into a crisp crust and at the same time referencing the palate with the flavoured ice cream."
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^ Neapolitan ice cream Although Italian ice and granita trace their roots to ancient times, Neapolitan ice cream seems to be a 19th century phenomenon.
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.During the 5th century BC, ancient Greeks ate snow mixed with honey and fruit in the markets of Athens.^ In the fifth century BC, ancient Greeks sold snow cones mixed with honey and fruit in the markets of Athens.
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^ Roman emperors had ice brought from the mountains, and the kings of Egypt had snow shipped to them from Lebanon...Easterners, especially in the Turkish Empire, frequently consumed iced fruit drinks, and the people of Greece sold snow in the markets of Athens from as early as the fifth century BC. Today's sherberts and wine coolers likely originated with the wine-flavored ices consumed by early peoples, and today's snow cones likely originated with the ices made long ago form real snow mixed with honey and fruit."
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^ Sorbets were originally made of fruit, honey, aromatic substances and snow.
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.The father of modern medicine, Hippocrates, encouraged his Ancient Greek patients to eat ice "as it livens the lifejuices and increases the well-being."[29] In the 4th century BC, it was well known that a favorite treat of Alexander the Great was snow ice mixed with honey and nectar.^ In the fifth century BC, ancient Greeks sold snow cones mixed with honey and fruit in the markets of Athens.
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^ Yes, everywhere the great news is spreading about CHO-CHO-the brand-new "taste thrill way" to eat malted ice cream!
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^ Italian ice, granita, sorbet & sherbet Italian water ice (also known as granita and sorbetto) has a long and ancient history: "The Greeks and Romans employed lumps of Etna's snow to chill their wine; the Arabs used it instead to chill their sarbat.
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[30] .In modern times Greek ice cream recipes have some unique flavours such as Pagoto Kaimaki, (Greek: Παγωτό Καϊμάκι), made from mastic-resin which gives it an almost chewy texture, and salepi, used as a thickening agent to increase resistance to melting; both give the ice cream a unique taste; Olive Oil Ice Cream with figs; Pagoto Kataifi Chocolate, (Greek: Παγωτό Καταΐφι-κακάο), made from the shredded filo dough pastry that resembles angel's hair pasta or vermicelli; and Mavrodaphne Ice Cream, (Greek: Μαυροδάφνη Παγωτό), made from a Greek dessert wine.^ So I've never used it in my ice cream recipes.

^ (I even have a recipe for molasses ice cream !

^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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.Fruity Greek Sweets of the Spoon are usually served as toppings with Greek-inspired ice cream flavours.^ How sweet - salty ice cream.
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^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

^ Top with brick ice cream.
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India and Pakistan

.Kulfi is a traditional dessert that is much denser than traditional ice cream; it is also very popular and widely consumed in both countries.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ This is ice cream for only the very lazy.

^ Ice cream should be very stiff.
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.With the presence of major ice cream brands like, AMUL, Arun Ice Creams, Mother Dairy, Kwality Walls, Vadilal and Havmor, there is a countrywide availability of various ice cream flavours.^ It's like pie in ice cream form.

^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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.There are also ice cream joints like that of Baskin Robbins, Natural's which have some unique flavours of ice creams and are costlier then packaged ice cream.^ It's like pie in ice cream form.

^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

^ There’s a lot of seafood involved, strange vegetables, and a lot more meat than I would like in any ice-cream I was considering eating.
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.There are also famous ice cream shops like Sujata in Pune.^ It's like pie in ice cream form.

^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

^ Zarita Valentine on July 15th, 2007 at 9:50 am There’s an ice-cream shop in Merida, Venezuela, “Heladeria Coromoto”, famous for 400+ flavors, among them: garlic, onion, black beans, avocado, chicken liver, trout…etc.etc.
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Italy

An ice cream stall on Ponte Vecchio, Florence
.Ice cream is a traditional dessert in Italy.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts.

^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

.Much is reportedly still hand-made by individual gelateria in "produzione propria" ice cream shops.^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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^ One of the ice cream shop’s regular customers said it tasted like, “fire - with a side of fire.” .
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^ Oysters have a reputation for providing prowess, but whoever thought of this ice cream should have made like its ingredients and stayed in the shell.
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.Italian ice cream or gelato is made from whole milk, eggs, sugar, and natural flavourings.^ Philadelphia ice cream is made without eggs.
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^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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^ What about sugar-free ice cream?

.Gelato typically contains 7-8% fat, less than ice cream's minimum of 10%.^ How important is fat in ice cream?

^ Remember, though, the less fat the ice cream has, the less rich it is likely to be.

^ The more fat the ice cream contains, the softer it will be in the freezer.

.Before the cone became popular for serving ice cream, in English speaking countries, Italian street vendors would serve the ice cream in a small glass dish referred to as a "penny lick" or wrapped in waxed paper and known as a hokey-pokey (possibly a corruption of the Italian "ecco un poco" - "here is a little").^ "Hokey pokey" is an English interpretation of the Italian phrase "O che poco," meaning how Oh, how little."
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^ Fill remainder of glass with small disher of strawberry ice cream.
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^ You can refrigerate it and serve over ice cream.

[31] .Some of the most known ice cream machine makers are Italian companies Carpigiani, Crm-Telme, Corema-Telme, Technogel, Cattabriga, Matrix, and Promag.^ What if I don’t have an ice cream maker?

^ Don't overfill the ice cream maker.

^ There are many examples of food products for each research area, but ice cream is a product which has received the most research attention by our group.

Japan

Mochi ice cream sold in Japan
.Ice cream is also a popular dessert in Japan, with almost two in five adults eating some at least once a week, according to a recent survey.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts.

^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ Now, Spinach Ice Cream will let kids kill two birds with one stone by eating their veggies and ice cream at the same time.
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[32] .Since 1999, the Japanese Ice Cream Association has been publishing the Ice Cream White Paper once a year, and the four most popular ice cream flavours in Japan has not changed (including their orders) since 1999 according to the Paper.^ The “coalden” child of Japanese ice creams.
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^ A great white ice cream!
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^ GreyWall » 101 Worst Ice Cream Flavors From Japan on August 19th, 2007 at 10:03 am […] Link Posted by: Ryan .
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[33] .The top four flavours are vanilla, chocolate, matcha (powdered green tea), and strawberry.^ Recipes for the fancy molds (bombes) or bricks of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry (sometimes pistachio) were often included in 19th century European and American cook books.
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^ Most often cited are vanilla, chocolate, strawberry and pistachio.
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^ Neapolitan ice cream consists of three layers, each of a different color and flavor (chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla), moulded into a block and cut into slices.
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.Other notable popular flavours are milk, caramel, and azuki (Red Bean) also according to the Paper.^ In making other Philadelphia ice cream the whites of eggs are added; and according to some formulas vanilla ice cream may be made without any cream or milk whatsoever; for instance, by proper manipulation of the yolks of eggs, the whites of eggs, sugar, syrup, and the vanilla bean.
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[33] Azuki is particularly favored by people in their 50s and older.[33] .While matcha is a truly Japanese flavour favored by Japanese and well-known among non-Japanese outside of Japan, plum and ginger, tastes often presented as Japanese flavours outside of Japan, did not make the cut in the top 17 favorite flavour list in 2006.[33] In Japan, a soft serve ice cream is called softcream which is also very popular.^ The “coalden” child of Japanese ice creams.
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^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Can we make ice cream?

.As a seasonal treat during the cherry blossom season, ice cream is available that is actually flavoured with cherry blossoms.^ Good cherries are essential for cherry ice cream.

^ Too bad you can’t find it anywhere :/ Cherry blossom seems actually tasty!
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^ While the invention of “Iced Cream” can be traced to the mid-1700s, it was during the 20th Century that the frozen delicacy assumed its place amongst the world’s most popular desserts.
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Laos

.A typical variety is Laotian vanilla ice cream made from pandan ("Laotian vanilla").^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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^ Freeze and finish as for vanilla ice cream."
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^ For the filling, we used vanilla ice cream.

Philippines

.Sorbetes is a Filipino version for common ice cream usually peddled from carts that roam streets in the Philippines.^ So you've got ice creams, frozen yogurts, sherbets, and sorbets.

^ There is also a description of a "milk sorbet that is first cooked," which we could regard as the birth certificate of ice cream.
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^ Some common brands of vegan ice cream include: Soy Dream, Rice Dream , Whole Soy (you must try the crème caramel flavor!

This should not be confused with the known sorbet. .It is also commonly called 'dirty ice cream' because it is sold along the streets exposing it to pollution and that the factory where it comes from is usually unknown; though it is not really "dirty" as the name implies.^ You might notice that this recipe is different from my others because it doesn’t use arrowroot to thicken the ice cream mixture.

^ That said, if you don't want to use Guinness in your ice cream because it might contain isinglass, I'm sure you can find a different beer.

^ The 100 Most Frightening Ice Cream Flavors Yes, most (though by no means all) are from Japan or elsewhere in the Orient, where ice creams other than spicy or…… .
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It is usually served with small wafer or sugar cones and recently, bread buns.

Spain

.Ice cream, in the style of Italian gelato, can be found in many cafes or specialty ice cream stores throughout.^ My ice cream maker, like many on the market, holds just over one quart of finished ice cream.

^ Since I'm not up to making my own ice cream, my poor husband has had to start buying his ice cream at the grocery store.

^ September 9th, 2007 at 1:04 am actually durian flavoured ice cream is very delicouos.and it sold in many malaysia supermarket.
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Usually the flavours reflect local tastes like nata, crema catalana, or tiramisu.

Turkey

.See Dondurma for Turkish ice cream.^ Is that an ice cream cone or are you just happy to see me?” .
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^ I can just see my boss now, opening up his gift of Salad Ice Cream….
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^ See “Variation” below for Chocolate Ginger Ice Cream.

United Kingdom

.In the United Kingdom, 14 million adults buy ice cream as a treat, in a market worth £1.3 billion (according to a report produced in September 2009)[34].^ Shottie Work on March 9th, 2009 at 8:04 am […] You’ll never think of ice cream the same way.
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^ According to the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office , the Anderson ice cream sandwich making machine was registered with the government February 1, 1926 registration number 0615682.
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^ About the only thing fishier than the taste of Abalone Ice Cream is the business sense of whoever decided to put it on the market.
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.A product may be sold as "ice cream" if it contains 5 per cent fat and not less than 2.5 per cent milk protein, but may contain non-milk vegetable fats and oils, usually hydrogenated palm kernel oil, which is more permissive than many other countries.^ Remember, though, the less fat the ice cream has, the less rich it is likely to be.

^ The more fat the ice cream contains, the softer it will be in the freezer.

^ So don't bother sending a request for cow-milk ice cream with bacon and cashews.

.Only true ice cream made only with milk fats (though not necessarily cream) can be described as dairy ice cream, and many companies make sure that dairy is prominently displayed on their packaging and advertising.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ If I’m making a coconut ice cream, I always use coconut milk.

^ Can we make ice cream?

[35]

United States

.In the United States, ice cream made with just cream, sugar, and a flavouring (usually fruit) is sometimes referred to as "Philadelphia style"[36] ice cream.^ "What is this Philadelphia ice cream?
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^ And last but not least, frightening ice cream flavors from the United States!
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^ Sugars and sugar alternatives for ice cream.

.Ice creams made with eggs, usually in the form of custards, are "French" ice creams.^ Philadelphia ice cream is made without eggs.
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^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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^ French ice cream French-style ice creams descended from medieval custards and creams.
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[37]
.American federal labeling standards require ice cream to contain a minimum of 10% milk fat (about 7 grams (g) of fat per 1/2 cup [120 mL] serving) and 20% total milk solids by weight.^ About ice cream , meringue & ice cream cake .
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^ About ice cream .
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^ What about sugar-free ice cream?

[38]
.Ice cream is an extremely popular dessert in the United States.^ According to the venerable food historian Karen Hess, the first ice cream recipe published in the United States appeared in The New Art of Cookery, According to the Present Practice /Richard Briggs, circa 1792.
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^ It is a contemporary ethnic interpretation of Baked Alaska, a popular upscale hot/cold ice cream dessert developed in the last quarter of the 19th century.
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^ There is a special parfait mould in the shape of a cylindar with one slightly rounded end...In Britain and the United States a parfait is also the name of a whipped dessert."
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.Americans consume about 15 quarts (more than 13 liters) of ice cream per person per year — the most in the world.^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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^ About ice cream , meringue & ice cream cake .
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^ I'm so excited about the prospect of more ice cream sandwiches.

[39] .As a foodstuff it is deeply ingrained into the American psyche and has been available in America since its founding in 1776: there are records of Thomas Jefferson serving it as a then-expensive treat to guests at his home in Monticello.^ There are (at least) four popular stories regarding the "invention/evolution" of this dessert: Thomas Jefferson ---served minister Manasseh Cutler a puddinglike dish that included "ice cream very good, crust wholly dried, crumbled into thin flakes.
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.In American supermarkets it is not uncommon for ice cream and related products to take up a wall full of freezers.^ This article does not connect fried ice cream with Latin American cuisine.
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^ French ice cream , on the other hand, is a cooked product containing whole eggs.
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^ "A good deal of American ice cream was sold by street vendors in large cities.
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.Although chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry are the traditional favorite flavors of ice cream, and once enjoyed roughly equal popularity, vanilla has grown to be far and away the most popular, most likely because of its use as a topping for fruit based pies and its use as the key ingredient for milkshakes.^ Viagra flavored ice cream?!
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^ Top with brick ice cream.
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^ Freeze and finish as for vanilla ice cream."
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.According to the International Ice Cream Association (1994), supermarket sales of ice cream break down as follows: vanilla, 28%; fruit flavours, 15%; nut flavours, 13.5%; candy mix-in flavours, 12.5%; chocolate, 8%; cake and cookie flavours, 7.5%; Neapolitan, 7%; and coffee/mocha, 3%.^ Ice Cream: Proceedings of the 2nd International Ice Cream Symposium in Thessaloniki, Greece , sponsored by the International Dairy Federation, Brussels.

^ September 9th, 2007 at 1:04 am actually durian flavoured ice cream is very delicouos.and it sold in many malaysia supermarket.
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^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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Other flavours combine for 5.5%. .Sales in ice cream parlors are more variable, as new flavours come and go, but about three times as many people call vanilla their favorite than chocolate, the runner-up.^ Freeze and finish as for vanilla ice cream."
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^ It's not just vanilla and chocolate ice cream either.
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^ About ice cream , meringue & ice cream cake .
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.Federal government regulations pertaining to the process of making ice cream, allowable ingredients, and standards, may be found in Part 135 of Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Can we make ice cream?

^ Over the last couple of days, several people have asked about making my vegan ice cream recipes without an ice cream maker.

[40] .As a rule, ice cream must contain not less than 10 percent milkfat, nor less than 10 percent nonfat milk solids.^ GreyWall » 101 Worst Ice Cream Flavors From Japan on August 19th, 2007 at 10:03 am […] Link Posted by: Ryan .
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^ One old recipe calls for goat's milk...Modern Sicilian ice-cream parlors have abandoned goat's milk."
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^ There’s a lot of seafood involved, strange vegetables, and a lot more meat than I would like in any ice-cream I was considering eating.
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[41]

Ice cream cone

Helados.jpg
.Mrs Marshall's Cookery Book, published in 1888, endorsed serving ice cream in cones,[42] but the idea definitely predated that.^ In a variation on this theme, Cleveland, Ohio, also claimed to be the birthplace of the sundae...one druggist with a flourishing Sunday trade started serving ice cream topped with fruit.
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^ [NOTE: Mrs. Raffald's other fruit cream (non-ice) recipes employ lemon, raspberry, and orange.
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^ Is that an ice cream cone or are you just happy to see me?” .
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.Agnes Marshall was a celebrated cookery writer of her day and helped to popularise ice cream.^ After the great exposition of 1876 Philadelphia became known across the country for the excellence of its ice cream, by then a popular American delicacy, and to this day the words "Philadelphia ice cream" connote the highest quality.
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^ Period recipes are excellent indicators of popular flavorings: [1747] "To make ice cream.
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^ To celebrate Barack Obama, I wanted to bring together bipartisan elements--coconut and chocolate, marshmallow fluff and almonds--to create one amazing ice cream.

.She patented and manufactured an ice cream maker and was the first person to suggest using liquefied gases to freeze ice cream after seeing a demonstration at the Royal Institution.^ Freeze cream cheese mixture according to ice cream maker instructions.

^ Q. What kind of ice cream maker should I use?

^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

Reliable evidence proves that ice cream cones were served in the 19th century, and their popularity increased greatly during the St. Louis World's Fair in 1904. According to legend, at the World's Fair an ice cream seller had run out of the cardboard dishes used to put ice cream scoops in, so they could not sell any more produce. .Next door to the ice cream booth was a Syrian waffle booth, unsuccessful due to intense heat; the waffle maker offered to make cones by rolling up his waffles and the new product sold well, and was widely copied by other vendors.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

^ Can we make ice cream?

[43][44]

Other frozen desserts

The following is a partial list of ice cream-like frozen desserts and snacks:
.
Raspberry sorbet.
  • Ais kacang: a dessert in Malaysia and Singapore made from shaved ice, syrup, and boiled red bean and topped with chocolate sauce and evaporated milk.^ An iced dessert made with double (heavy) cream, which gives it smoothness, prevents it from melting too quickly and enables it to be cut into slices.
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    ^ A New York City soda-fountain confection made from chocolate syrup, milk, and seltzer.
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    ^ This catalog included a milkshake recipe, which instructed the dispenser to fill a tumbler half-full of shaved ice, add 1.5 ounces of syrup, finish filling the glass with milk, and shake well.
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    .Sometimes, other small ingredients like raspberries and durians are added in too.
  • Dondurma: Turkish ice cream, made of salep and mastic resin
  • Frozen custard: at least 10% milk fat and at least 1.4% egg yolk and much less air beaten into it, similar to Gelato, fairly rare.^ Philadelphia ice cream is made without eggs.
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    ^ An ice cream made from a flower.
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    ^ How important is fat in ice cream?

    .Known in Italy as Semifreddo.
  • Frozen yogurt: a low fat or fat free alternative made with yogurt
  • Gelato: an Italian frozen dessert having a lower milk fat content than ice cream and stabilised with ingredients such as eggs.
  • Ice milk: less than 10% milk fat and lower sweetening content, once marketed as "ice milk" but now sold as low-fat ice cream in the United States.
  • Ice pop (or lolly): frozen fruit puree, fruit juice, or flavoured sugar water on a stick or in a flexible plastic sleeve.
  • Kulfi: Believed to have been introduced to South Asia by the Mughal conquest in the 16th century; its origins trace back to the cold snacks and desserts of Arab and Mediterranean cultures.^ Advances in corn sweeteners for ice cream.

    ^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

    ^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

    [45]
  • .
  • Mellorine: non-dairy, with vegetable fat substituted for milk fat
  • Parevine: Kosher non-dairy frozen dessert established in 1969 in New York[46]
  • Sherbet: 1-2% milk fat and sweeter than ice cream.
  • Sorbet: fruit puree with no dairy products
  • Snow cones, made from balls of crushed ice topped with sweet syrup served in a paper cone, are consumed in many parts of the world.^ Add non-dairy milk/creamer and puree.

    ^ How sweet - salty ice cream.
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    ^ The world’s first racist ice cream!
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    The most common places to find snow cones in the United States are at amusement parks.
  • Maple toffee: A popular springtime treat in maple-growing areas is maple toffee, where maple syrup boiled to a concentrated state is poured over fresh snow congealing in a toffee-like mass, and then eaten from a wooden stick used to pick it up from the snow.

Using liquid nitrogen

Dippin' Dots Flavored Ice Cream
.Using liquid nitrogen to freeze ice cream is an old idea and has been used for many years to harden ice cream.^ Freeze and finish as for vanilla ice cream."
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^ Spread a good layer of orange ice upon it, and as soon as this hardens, spread over it the pistachio ice-cream.
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^ Nowadays the word is used in New Zealand for a sort of crunchy toffee bar, and also for ice cream containing liggle pieces of such toffee."
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.However, the use of liquid nitrogen in the primary freezing of ice cream, that is to effect the transition from the liquid to the frozen state without the use of a conventional ice cream freezer, has only recently started to see commercialization.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ This is ice cream for only the very lazy.

^ Effect of trehalose on the glass transition and ice crystal growth in ice cream.

Some commercial innovations have been documented in the National Cryogenic Society Magazine "Cold Facts".[47] The most noted brands are Dippin' Dots,[48] Blue Sky Creamery,[49] Project Creamery,[50] and Sub Zero Cryo Creamery.[51] The preparation results in a column of white condensed water vapor cloud, reminiscent of popular depictions of witches' cauldrons. .The ice cream, dangerous to eat while still "steaming," is allowed to rest until the liquid nitrogen is completely vaporised.^ Now, Spinach Ice Cream will let kids kill two birds with one stone by eating their veggies and ice cream at the same time.
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^ There’s a lot of seafood involved, strange vegetables, and a lot more meat than I would like in any ice-cream I was considering eating.
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^ Yes, everywhere the great news is spreading about CHO-CHO-the brand-new "taste thrill way" to eat malted ice cream!
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.Sometimes ice cream is frozen to the sides of the container, and must be allowed to thaw.^ Ice cream and frozen desserts.

^ Ice cream and frozen desserts: (b) Manufacture.

^ Ice cream and frozen dairy desserts: What's new in an old product?

.Making ice cream with liquid nitrogen has advantages over conventional freezing.^ So I wanted to make tamarind ice cream!

^ Can we make ice cream?

^ Freeze and finish as for vanilla ice cream."
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.Due to the rapid freezing, the crystal grains are smaller, giving the ice cream a creamier texture, and allowing one to get the same texture by using less milkfat.^ This is one of the first ice creams I experimented with.

^ Freeze and finish as for vanilla ice cream."
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^ For the filling, we used vanilla ice cream.

.However, such ice crystals will grow very quickly via the processes of recrystallization thus obviating the original benefits unless steps are taken to inhibit ice crystal growth.^ Water crystallization and recrystallization in ice cream.

^ Relationships between ice cream mix visco-elasticity and ice crystal growth in ice cream.

^ Jonathan Aleong - Completed his thesis, entitled Novel ice recrystallization inhibition agents in ice cream , in August, 2008.

See also

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Simple English

File:Ice Cream dessert
An ice cream dessert.

Ice cream is a frozen dessert made from cream, with added flavors and sweeteners. This mixture is quickly frozen while it is stirred, so that large ice crystals do not form. Some ice cream is made with seaweed so that it is not sticky.

Flavors of ice cream

There are many different flavors of ice cream. Ice cream often has things added to it for flavor, like chocolate chips, nuts, fruit, or small candies.

  • Traditionally, the three most common flavors are vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry. There are ice flavors that are variations on those flavors, such as french vanilla, vanilla bean, dark chocolate, chocolate chip, and strawberry cheesecake.
  • Chocolate chips, or little pieces of dark or white chocolate, are a common additive to ice cream. Three common chocolate chip ice creams are chocolate chip (made with vanilla ice cream), mint chocolate chip or mint 'n chip (made with peppermint, spearmint, or creme de menthe ice cream), and chocolate chocolate chip. Peppermint ice cream without chips is also a common flavor.
  • Nut flavors include butter pecan, butter almond (both of which contain vanilla or caramel ice cream with nuts), pistachio, and peanut butter.
  • Coffee (mocha, cappuccino, espresso) and caramel (English toffee, butterscotch, rum) are also common ice cream flavors.
  • There are many ice cream flavors that contain some mixture of chocolate, fudge, coffee, caramel, nuts, and marshmallows. The most common of these is Rocky Road (chocolate ice cream, nuts and marshmallows), but others include Mocha Almond Fudge (made with almond nuts, fudge, and coffee ice cream) and Tax Crunch (coffee, nuts, and malt powder)
  • Some ice creams are a mixture of two or more ice creams. Neapolitan is a mixture of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry; while spumoni is a mixture of chocolate and various fruit flavors.
  • Outside of the U.S. and Canada, flavors include dulce du leche (Mexico), macupino and lychee (both China)

Many ice cream parlors, such as Cold Stone Creamery, allow people to make something called a sundae, which is at least one flavor of ice cream mixed with things such as nuts, dark or white chocolate chips, bananas, cherries, pineapples, candies, cookies, marshmallows, and various syrups such as hot fudge, maple and butterscotch. Also, ice cream is often placed on a piece of pie, which is called "pie a la mode".

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