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Apple Old-Fashioned Homemade Ice Cream - by Thomas R Quinn (Paperback)

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Apple Old-Fashioned Homemade Ice Cream - by Thomas R Quinn (Paperback)
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I scream, you scream. we all scream for ice cream. It may be just a child's singsong verse, but there is an element of truth about it. Who do you know who doesn't like ice cream? Especially rich, creamy, old-fashioned, homemade ice cream. In this complete and easy-to-follow guide, ice cream aficionado and author Thomas Quinn provides instructions and helpful advice for making your own delectable ice cream in both hand-cranked and electric freezers. He gives a lighthearted history of ice cream, then discusses in detail the ingredients, the freezing process, materials, and equipment and what might be wrong if your ice cream flops. The whole family will enjoy making and eating this delicious old-fashioned treat. In Old-Fashioned Homemade Ice Cream, Mr. Quinn provides 58 original ice cream recipes. You'll be able to make more flavors than your favorite ice cream parlor. Here's a small sampling of the mouth-watering fare: Mexican Spiced Chocolate; Walnut Praline; Chunky Apple Rum; Orange Blossom; Peanut Butter Chip; Amaretto; Two Berry; Rocky Road; Pistachio Nut Pudding; White Licorice; Sweet German Chocolate; and Eggnog. There are 14 different chocolate ice cream recipes and five vanillas, plus recipes for toppings and sauces. Each recipe has been thoroughly researched and tested to ensure perfect, rich, creamy ice cream every time. Anyone who wishes to rediscover the good old days of homemade ice cream will want to have this informative, recipe-rich guide to ice cream making. ... read more
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