We All Scream for Ice Cream!: The Scoop on America's Favorite Dessert
We eat it in cups or cones. We drink it in sodas or shakes. We like it slathered in hot fudge sauce, wallowing in whipped cream, or balancing atop a slice of pie. We love it all year round.
Ice cream was once so rare and expensive that it was considered the dessert of kings. So, how did this treat for the elite become America's favorite sweet?
This flavorful history of everyone's favorite dessert begins in ancient Greece and travels all the way to ice-cream loving, modern-day America. From fun-loving inventors to far-out flavors, you'll discover hundreds of frosty facts--plus how to make your own ice cream, cones, and fudge sauce!
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It's been years since I read this, but it was completely fascinating and informative - about the history of ice-cream!
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I really loved this book. It is full of all kinds of cool facts about ice cream. I need to read it again sometime. Read full review
Ice Cream in Ancient History
Dessert of Kings and Queens
Section TwoIce Cream in the New World
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