DESSERTS. Artisanal ice cream has seen a huge spike in popularity, with customers ditching well-known brands for local, small batch creations that have taken ice cream to a whole new level.
Author: Anthony Tassinello
"The next time you're even thinking of going out for an ice cream cone, grab this book instead and take it into the kitchen because the best ice cream recipes imaginable are between these covers." --JOANNE WEIR, James Beard Award-winning author Delightfully Simple Recipes To Sweeten Any Occasion Chez Panisse veterans Anthony Tassinello and Mary Jo Thoresen show you how easy it is to recreate the flavors and comfort of your local ice cream shop at home in this irresistible celebration of all things sweet and frozen. Focusing on simple yet creative flavor combinations, Ice Cream Social walks you step-by-step through basic techniques to make your own ice cream, sherbet, granita, frozen yogurt, and other delightful treats--from the classic and nostalgic to the surprising and festive. Start planning your next ice cream social with: 100 recipes that showcase fresh, seasonal ingredients (such as London Fog Ice Cream, Creamy Lime Sherbet, Vietnamese Coffee Ice Cream and more) Troubleshooting tips and a straightforward techniques primer that will ensure delicious results every time Festive ideas and indulgent desserts for all types of gatherings, from kid-friendly events to adults' only fetes. Sauces and toppings galore to elevate any ice cream gathering from ordinary to unforgettable Whether you're new to ice cream making or looking for new takes on traditional favorites, Ice Cream Social covers all you need for making luscious desserts that everyone will love.
This is the first book to tell the full, inside story of the inspiring rise, tragic mistakes, devastating fall, determined recovery, and ongoing renewal of one of the most iconic mission-driven companies in the world.
Author: Brad Edmondson
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Category: Business & Economics
"For more than three decades, Ben & Jerry's has been committed to an insanely ambitious three-part mission: not just making the world's best ice cream but also supporting progressive causes and sharing its success with all stakeholders--employees, suppliers, distributors, customers, cows, everybody. Living up to these beliefs is fun when you're doing it right, and it creates amazingly loyal customers, but it isn't easy. This is the first book to tell the full, inside story of the inspiring rise, tragic mistakes, devastating fall, determined recovery, and ongoing renewal of one of the most iconic mission-driven companies in the world. No previous book has focused so intently on the challenges presented by staying true to the mission as the business grew. No other book has explained how the company came to be sold to Unilever, one of the world's biggest corporations. And none has described the unprecedented contract Ben & Jerry's negotiated with Unilever to preserve the three-part mission or the complex working relationship that has allowed the company to pursue that mission on a much larger stage. Brad Edmondson tells the story with a journalist's eye for details, dramatic moments, and memorable characters. Among the dozens of key figures Edmondson interviewed, his most important source was Jeff Furman, who helped Ben and Jerry write their first business plan in 1978 and has stayed involved ever since, serving as chairman of the board since 2010. It's a funny, sad, surprising, and ultimately hopeful story."--Publisher's description.
After David Robbins achieved art-world success with his photographic work "Talent" (1986)--in which he depicted Cindy Sherman, Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer and 15 other contemporary artists as entertainers--he became progressively disenchanted with the art world, and in 1996 returned to his hometown of Milwaukee, Wisconsin to pursue what he termed "alternatives to art." The first of these was "The Ice Cream Social" (1993-2008), which had premiered in a Manhattan Baskin-Robbins ice cream shop in 1993 and then, over the next 15 years, gradually expanded to include (in Ice Cream Socials in Chicago, Paris, Tokyo, London and Des Moines) performance, installation, poetry, painting, a 2002 TV pilot for the Sundance Channel, fridge magnets, ceramic bowls and a novella. In this witty novella, originally published in 1998 and here re-issued by JRP/Ringier, Robbins recounts the generative 1993 Manhattan event, embedding it within a larger fiction that also includes the blueprint for the TV pilot realized later. Updating the traditional small-town American social ritual for contemporary audiences, Robbins' "Ice Cream Social shared many of the strategies of those artists associated with Relational Aesthetics, while at the same time pioneering what curator Hans Ulrich Obrist lauded as "an expanded exhibition model."
Author: Publications International Ltd.Publish On: 2021-02-18
Everyone loves good frozen treats and now you can create your own!
Author: Publications International Ltd.
Everyone loves good frozen treats and now you can create your own! From fruit and candy-filled ice cream creations to festive holiday and party pops, you'll findmore than 60 perfect frosty treats for every occasion. Chapters include: Fruit Fest, Chocolate Shoppe, Cool Creations, Party Time, Funky Favorites and Holiday Delights. More than 55 fabulous, frosty fun photos! Hardcover 128 pages
Things will feel uncertain at times. Don't be afraid. This book may not be for everyone. But it is definitely for you.
Author: C. A. Hurley
WELCOME TO THE ICE CREAM SOCIAL is a chain of poems that manifest in a wave of anxiety, forcing the reader off a cliff, and eventually landing them on their feet. Things will feel uncertain at times. Don't be afraid. This book may not be for everyone. But it is definitely for you.
Ice Cream Social Strawberry Pink Ice Cream Cone And Yellow Star Journal And Notebook.
Author: Zander Creations
Publisher: Independently Published
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Ice Cream Social Strawberry Pink Ice Cream Cone And Yellow Star Journal And Notebook. Celebrate the Holiday season with this perfect writing Companion for Journaling new ideas, taking notes and daily activities. Also great for doodling and storing favorite handed down recipes. Treat yourself to this cool notebook or give as a great gift for a birthday /Christmas/Holidays, Weddings etc. For that special someone who enjoys the Holiday season
Foolproof recipes for homemade ice cream from best-selling author and "diva of desserts" Rose Levy Beranbaum With Rose's easy-to-follow, meticulously tested, and innovative recipes, perfect ice creams and other frozen treats are simple to ...
Author: Rose Levy Beranbaum
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin
Category: Ice cream, ices, etc
Foolproof recipes for homemade ice cream from best-selling author and "diva of desserts" Rose Levy Beranbaum With Rose's easy-to-follow, meticulously tested, and innovative recipes, perfect ice creams and other frozen treats are simple to churn up anytime. Here she gives her foolproof base method, plus all the tips and info you need to know--on machines, ingredients, techniques, and her own unique approaches and discoveries (for example, an easier method of mixing custard bases without needing to "temper" them; how to make a substitution for glucose by microwaving corn syrup;and how adding milk powder can help prevent ice crystals). Flavors include classics and new twists, including Lemon Ginger, Peanut Butter and Chocolate Fudge, Back Road Mint Chocolate Chip, Brown Sugar with Black Pepper, Roasted Corn, and Red Wine, plus mix-ins, toppings, and "ice cream social" desserts like waffle cones, ice cream sandwiches, brownies, ice cream cake, and more.
Get the scoop on flexible and stuck thinking in storybook 8 of the We Thinkers!
Author: Ryan Hendrix
Publisher: Think Social Publishing, Inc.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Get the scoop on flexible and stuck thinking in storybook 8 of the We Thinkers! Vol. 2 social emotional learning curriculum for ages 4-7. Molly, Evan, Jesse, and Ellie are working in an ice cream shop. It’s a dream come true—they get to wear special shop uniforms, scoop ice cream, take telephone orders, run the cash register, and even drive the delivery truck! Uh oh. The friends learn the hard way that when they all get stuck on what only they want and think and don’t think about each other, they can’t work well together as a group and follow the group plan to get the ice cream delivered before it melts. By using flexible thinking the children are able to see the big picture, take turns doing the fun jobs, and meet their goals. Everyone is a happy customer! Continue building on this important social concept with increasingly sophisticated executive function concepts taught in storybooks 9-10, which align with the corresponding teaching units within the related curriculum. Best practice: teach these concepts in order, starting with storybook 1 of 10 while using the corresponding curriculum.
Author: Geraldine M. QuinzioPublish On: 2009-05-05
In this first book to tell ice cream's full story, Jeri Quinzio traces the beloved confection from its earliest appearances in sixteenth-century Europe to the small towns of America and debunks some colorful myths along the way.
Author: Geraldine M. Quinzio
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Was ice cream invented in Philadelphia? How about by the Emperor Nero, when he poured honey over snow? Did Marco Polo first taste it in China and bring recipes back? In this first book to tell ice cream's full story, Jeri Quinzio traces the beloved confection from its earliest appearances in sixteenth-century Europe to the small towns of America and debunks some colorful myths along the way. She explains how ice cream is made, describes its social role, and connects historical events to its business and consumption. A diverting yet serious work of history, Of Sugar and Snow provides a fascinating array of recipes, from a seventeenth-century Italian lemon sorbet to a twentieth-century American strawberry mallobet, and traces how this once elite status symbol became today's universally available and wildly popular treat.
A social gathering at which homemade ice cream is the featured refreshment.
Source: ICE ... An ice-cream social (or sociable) was an excuse for rural families
to relax, let their hair down, party, play games, socialize, and eat a lot of ice
Author: Robert Allen Palmatier
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
A referenced dictionary of the literal and nonliteral language of cooking and eating. The dictionary is "referenced" in the sense that it is based on a survey of over thirty books, most of them dictionaries, that record selected literal terms and selected nonliteral terms and expressions in the field of food.
Already she was the new girl who'd dumped ice cream on Mr. Garrett's head.
Being late would only give the kids one more reason to stare. No one remembers
the ice cream social, Ashley told herself. She and her siblings walked up the
Author: Karen Kingsbury
Publisher: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Much-loved storyteller Karen Kingsbury’s Baxter Family books have captured the hearts of tens of millions of readers who have come to think of the Baxter family as their own. Now Karen Kingsbury and her son Tyler Russell inspire and entertain young readers by going back in time to tell the childhood stories of the beloved Baxter children—Brooke, Kari, Ashley, Erin, and Luke. Summer is over and Dad begins his important position at an Indiana hospital. Like it or not, Bloomington is the Baxter Family’s new home. As school starts, everyone finds reasons to be excited about the move. Everyone that is except Ashley. Ashley desperately misses the home and friends she left behind. As she realizes her siblings have their struggles, too, she can’t help but wonder if unlikely friends can be the best friends of all? And could time and love from her family be enough to make a house feel like home? In the second book in the Baxter Family Children series, #1 New York Times bestselling Karen Kingsbury and Tyler Russell tell the funny and poignant tale of the Baxter children finding home!
Chocolate, Strawberry, and Vanilla traces the evolution of ice cream from a rarity to an everyday indulgence.
Author: Anne Cooper Funderburg
Publisher: Popular Press
Category: Social Science
Chocolate, Strawberry, and Vanilla traces the evolution of ice cream from a rarity to an everyday indulgence. It covers the genesis of ice cream in America, the invention of the hand-cranked ice cream freezer, the natural ice industry, the beginnings of wholesale ice cream manufacturing, and the origins of the ice cream soda, sundae, cone, sandwich, and bar. It also recounts the histories of many brands, including Dairy Queen, Good Humor, Eskimo Pie, Ben and Jerry's, Baskin-Robbins, and Haagen-Dazs. In short, this history of ice cream describes how a borrowed European elite consumable evolved through entrepreneurialism and demand in America into a democratized treat for all classes. It simultaneously reflects and reveals changes in social customs, diet and nutrition, class distinctions, leisure activities, and everyday life.
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Author: Kathlyn Gay
Publisher: Abc-Clio Incorporated
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