Scoop: 125 Specialty Ice Creams from the Nation's Best Creameries

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Running Press, May 3, 2011 - Cooking - 240 pages
Home-made ice cream recipes that capture the flavors you remember and the artisanal flair of today's boutique creators? Scoop is a photo-packed guide to making and enjoying ice cream right at home. Scoop reinterprets more than 150 classic recipes for home-made treats, carefully constructed for use with today's most popular freezers. Including a celebratory introduction, take a tour through

  • Vanilla with Verve
  • For the Love of Chocolate
  • For the Kick of Coffee
  • Lighter Fruity Freezes
  • Laced with Liquor
  • And so much more including gelatos, sorbets, and toppings
In addition, fascinating profiles throughout Scoop introduce the ice cream connoisseur to two dozen of today's best artisan dairies and shops -- their histories and their best treats -- all with mouth-watering photographs to inspire your own creativity.

 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
5
Preface
6
1 The Anatomy of Ice Cream
8
2 Vanilla with Verve
16
3 For the Love of Chocolate
38
4 For the Kick of Coffee
64
5 Frozen from Fruits
80
6 Lighter Fruity Freezes
112
7 Starring Nuts and Seeds
130
8 Laced with Liquor
156
9 Other Great Flavors
182
10 Sauces and Celebrations
208
Contributing Creameries
235
Index
236
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Ellen Brown is a 30-year veteran foodie. She is the author of 23 cookbooks, including several Complete Idiot's guides. She is the founding food editor of USA Today. Her writing has appeared in numerous major publications, including The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Bon Appétit, Art Culinaire, and The San Francisco Chronicle. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

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