THE OLD FASHIONED HOMEMADE ICE CREAM COOKBOOK by Joyce & Christopher W. Dueker

THE OLD FASHIONED HOMEMADE ICE CREAM COOKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

More flavors than you'll find at your local parlor -- including one that sounds like B&R's mandarin orange fudge, a sherbert that looks as creamy as ice cream and tastes better than anything in this world -- the compleat how-to for aficionados, which means just about everybody. Using either a hand-cranked or an electric freezer (for some reason the authors prefer a manual); recipes that make a quart, plain or fancy, using liquor (rum, creme de menthe, etc., with a warning not to pour too generously as the increased alcohol will only retard freezing); fruits (fresh pineapple and papaya create the same enzyme problems as they do in gelatins); ices (which don't need to be made with an ice cream freezer); mousses and bombes; coupes, parfaits; pies and cakes: sodas. milk shakes, malteds; sauces. Festive, fattening, uncomplicated -- and as irresistible as your favorite flavor of the month.

Pub Date: June 12th, 1974
Publisher: Bobbs-Merrill