Complete instructions and helpful advice for making delicious homemade ice cream, either in a hand-cranked or electric freezer. Includes 58 mouthwatering ice cream recipes, plus recipes for toppings and sauces. Introduction. Illustrated throughout.
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"Ever fantasize about a one-stop ice-cream shop that has all your favorite flavors and then some? If so, Robin Donovan's Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Book is your dream come true. Time-tested flavors such as Cookies and Cream, Classic Vanilla, Chocolate Fudge Brownie, and Red Velvet abound in these easy-to-follow recipes. All recipes are based on one classic base. From there, the sky's the limit!" --Marcy Goldman, chef, author of A Passion for Baking, and host of www.BetterBaking.com There are few things more enjoyable than the creamy comfort of rich, old-fashioned ice cream. But with the recent boom in exotic flavors, non-dairy options, and Italian-style gelatos, sometimes you just want an ice cream recipe book that helps you make classic, custard-style ice cream right at home. Recipe developer, bestselling cookbook author, and lifelong ice cream lover Robin Donovan grew up craving her favorite frozen treat. Many sweltering summer afternoons were spent cranking an old-fashioned ice- and salt-filled ice cream maker to churn the kind of cold, fresh, velvety ice cream that childhood memories are made of. In her first ever ice cream recipe book, Robin offers everything you need to make your own memories with deliciously sweet and perfectly smooth ice cream. The Homemade Ice Cream Recipe Book is your all-in-one ice cream companion for classic, feel-good ice cream flavors with natural, wholesome ingredients using your very own home ice cream maker. Flavors, Flavors, Flavors! From rocky road to butter pecan, from mint chip to peach... the flavors in this ice cream recipe book are the most popular all-American favorites that everyone in your family is sure to love Churn like a Pro Handy tips and techniques will help you get the most out of your beloved ice cream maker Go Beyond the Cream This ice cream recipe book includes recipes for making cones, cakes, cookies, sauces, and more Top It Off Creative ideas for tasty mix-and-match toppings let you create your own signature sco
- Author : White Mountain Freezer Co
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1984
- Genre : Ice cream freezers
- Pages : 15
- ISBN : OCLC:231636266
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! Summer time treats, midnight snacks, after-dinner delights and family celebrations. Ice cream seems to find its way into our lives for various special occasions. This book will surely have you replacing your store-found favorites with creative homemade flavors. This book contains over 25 recipes and will certainly have something for everyone in the family. Impress your friends and neighbors with homemade dessert or celebrate your next birthday party with a refreshing ice cream flavor. With recipes for ice cream machines and tips for those who don't own their own machines, this book is compatible for everyone.
Homemade Ice Cream has not lost any of its good, old-fashioned appeal. In Ice Cream Maker Recipes, there is a delicious homemade ice cream to meet every need: regular, low calorie, sugar free and non-dairy. Anyone can make a homemade ice cream to suit their need. Ice cream fills a useful place in homes throughout the country. It is a favorite for desserts or snacks incorporating an array of many flavor variations. With the recipes provided, everyone will be able to enjoy some type of this taste tempting food. So let's mix up a batch of ice cream for anyone and everyone to enjoy! You just can't match the taste and texture of homemade ice cream. This Collection includes 160 Ice Cream Maker recipes that are sure to delight your senses. Choose from: Banana Peanut Butter Ice Cream, Caramel Almond Ice Cream, Chocolate Espresso Ice Cream, Cinnamon Nut Crunch Ice Cream, Grapefruit Ice Cream, Honey Vanilla Ice Cream, Maple Blueberry Ice Cream, Non-Dairy Strawberry Ice Cream, Rum Raisin Ice Cream and many more.
Presents original, tested recipes for making both standard and unusual flavors of ice cream as well as sauces, ices, sherbets, frozen mousses, and bombes
Homemade Ice Cream has not lost any of its good, old-fashioned appeal. In 131 Ice Cream Maker Recipes, there is a delicious homemade ice cream to meet every need: regular, low calorie, sugar free and non-dairy, Anyone can make a homemade ice cream to suit their need. Ice cream fills a useful place in homes throughout the country. It is a favorite for desserts or snacks incorporating an array of many flavor variations. With the recipes provided, everyone will be able to enjoy some type of this taste tempting food. So let's mix up a batch of ice cream for anyone and everyone to enjoy! You just can't match the taste and texture of homemade ice cream. This Collection includes 131 Ice Cream Maker recipes that are sure to delight your senses. Choose from:
"Comprehensive . . .well organized . . . should be carried in every glove compartment of every car that traverses Connecticut highways."—Journal Inquirer, Manchester, Connecticut Welcomed and praised by newspapers across the state, Explorer’s Guide Connecticut gives visitors and residents alike detailed descriptions of attractions and little-known tips about the Nutmeg State. Veteran travel writers Barnett Laschever and Andi Marie Cantele again bring you authoritative advice on what to see, where to eat, and where to stay in the new edition of this trusted guide. Covering the state from the mountains in the north to the long and varied coastline in the south, from cities to backroads, this revised and expanded edition features extensive descriptions and detailed maps to guide readers effortlessly along many pleasant journeys for individual travelers and families. Historic and exciting Mystic Seaport, the rich collections of the Yale University museums, beach and skiing trips, and the many state forests and parks of Connecticut are just a handful of the attractions covered. Regional and downtown maps feature helpful icons and indicate places that are wheelchair-accessible, pet- and family-friendly, and of other special value. Features include: an alphabetical "What's Where" subject guide to aid in trip plan; regional and downtown maps; handy icons that point out family-friendly attractions, wheelchair access, special value, and lodgings that accept pets.
Twelve years after the publication oftheir previous book,the largest selling book on ICES that has ever been published, Caroline and Robin Weir return with the ultimate guide to Ice Cream, Gelato, and Sorbet. Since the first publication, over a decade of research and millions of calories have gone into this new book which has over 400 recipes covering ice creams, gelato, graniti, bombes, parfaits, instructions on making wafers, biscuits, punches, even ice creams for diabetics and vegans.This NEW book, with all areas expanded and updated, is for the beginner, the enthusiast, the cook, the expert, and the professional chef. All the recipes are written in the clearest terms in Metric, cup measurements, and Imperial weights and measures. All techniques are described in the simplest terms and all your questions are covered in this comprehensive book. There are new revelations, on the history of ice cream as well as the origin of the ice cream cone, plus dozens of new pictures and illustrations from the authors constantly expanding collection; there is also a section on both penny licks and some hilarious soda fountain lingo.There is also acomprehensive section on the physics and chemistry of all ices, as well as enough information to enable you to make almost anything into an ice. Should you want to go BIG on ice cream there is a section on equipment as well as a section on the chemistry and physics of ice cream and ices. If you have never tasted homemade ice cream, you are in for a revelation. If you have the previous book you are in for many inspired new flavors. These are not ice creams loaded with junk confectionery, these are pure unalloyed, straightforward ices, made from easily obtainable ingredients without additives.
Natural Cooking the Old-Fashioned Way is an innovative book, to say the least. It is an unusual compilation of usable recipes from days long gone by—many of them from the colonies of pre-Revolutionary War days. Other delightful food preparation methods are from the bustling and colorful 1800's. Many of the recipes in this volume were carefully treasured for years and handed down through the author's family over a number of generations. Other recipes are classics, in the historical sense, for they were known to be the favorites of notable families from the distant past. Each recipe is concocted completely with the natural and unadulterated ingredients. All are appetizing and healthful.
With a voice as warm as a summer breeze, Nancy Hutchens recalls afternoons in the shade of the back porch, snapping beans for canning...family reunions where the gossip was as good as the food...the serene beauty of the first frost of winter...and other cherished Memories of a Midwestern Farm. Nancy Hutchens grew up on a southern Indiana farm in the 1950s, when horses still plowed the fields. Soap and butter were homemade, and success was a table laden with a hearty meal. Now she shares this bygone time in Memories of a Midwestern Farm, a celebration of country living sprinkled with irresistible recipes, reminiscences, and bits of timeless folk wisdom. Here are the charming poems and journal entries of Nancy Hutchens' grandmother, Mamaw Tribby; reflections on rural life from Willa Cather, Walt Whitman and others; and family photos and original illustrations that adorn the pages of this beautiful memoir. And here are more than one hundred classic recipes handed down in the Hutchens farmhouse kitchen. From "Moist and Crunchy Fried Chicken and Gravy" and "Green Beans Country Style" to "Sweet Cherry Dumplings" and "'Get You a Husband' Apple Pie," these mouthwatering favorites bring back the sweet and savory pleasures of country cooking for any occasion and every season. Memories of a Midwestern Farm is a delightful antidote to modern life, a tribute to the simple gifts that bring farm folks together -- hard work, close ties, and an abundance of good, wholesome food.
How does one become an Iron Chef and a Chopped judge on Food Network—and what does she really cook at home? Alex Guarnaschelli grew up in a home suffused with a love of cooking, where soufflés and cheeseburgers were equally revered. The daughter of a respected cookbook editor and a Chinese cooking enthusiast, Alex developed a passion for food at a young age, sealing her professional fate. Old-School Comfort Food shares her journey from waist-high taste-tester to trained chef who now adores spending time in the kitchen with her daughter, along with the 100 recipes for how she learned to cook—and the way she still loves to eat. Here are Alex’s secrets to great home cooking, where humble ingredients and familiar preparations combine with excellent technique and care to create memorable meals. Alex brings her recipes to life with reminiscences of everything from stealing tomatoes from her aunt’s garden and her first bite of her mother’s pâté to being one of the few women in the kitchen of a renowned Parisian restaurant and serving celebrity clientele in her own successful New York City establishments. With 75 color photographs and ephemera, Old-School Comfort Food is Alex’s love letter to deliciousness.
- Author : Carolyn Anderson
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1972
- Genre : Ice cream, ices, etc
- Pages : 228
- ISBN : IND:30000114597341
Nothing beats homemade ice cream, and making it from scratch is a charming summertime tradition whose time has come again. Ice Creams & Sorbets offers nearly 50 recipes for simple and sophisticated frozen desserts: old-fashioned classics such as vanilla bean, strawberry, and bittersweet chocolate; contemporary delights such as Lavender-Honey Ice Cream and Lemongrass-Wine Ice; and sinfully exquisite treats like White Chocolate-Framboise Truffle Gelato. With handy ingredient guides, serving tips, and the rundown on how to select and use ice cream makers, this fabulous book is a recipe for delicious new-fashioned fun.
Insiders' Guide to Connecticut is the essential source for in-depth travel information for visitors and locals to the Nutmeg State. Written by a local (and true insider), Insiders' Guide to Connecticut offers a personal and practical perspective of the state that makes it a must-have guide for travelers as well as residents looking to rediscover their home state.
Vanilla, strawberry, chocolate, coffee: Everyone has a favorite flavor of ice cream. As a simple treat on a hot summer afternoon or an elegant finish to a special meal, ice cream is a versatile dessert that is delightfully easy to make at home. Williams-Sonoma Collection Ice Cream offers more than 40 recipes for rich ice creams, tangy sorbets, and flavorful granitas. When delicious combinations of ingredients—fresh cream, fruit at its peak of ripeness, fine-quality chocolate—are combined and frozen in an ice-cream maker, the results are always sublime. From the crunch of ice creams made with candy, cookies, or nuts to those as smooth as caramel, there are plenty of irresistible choices inside these pages. In addition, an entire chapter devoted to more elaborate ice cream dishes will inspire you to use your favorite flavors to make impressive frozen desserts. Tempting, full-color photographs of each ice cream make it easy to decide which one to prepare, and photographic side notes highlight essential ingredients and techniques, making Ice Cream more than just a fine collection of recipes. A comprehensive basics section and a detailed glossary will also provide you with everything you need to know to make delicious homemade ice cream your new favorite dessert. From a scoop of creamy, old-fashioned ice cream to a dish of sweet sorbet or a spoonful of rich gelato—iced desserts are a refreshing way to enjoy an infinite array of wonderful, sweet flavors. Williams-Sonoma Collection Ice Cream offers more than 40 easy-to-follow recipes that allow you to make all-time favorites as well as delicious new flavors. Whether you crave an irresistibly rich chocolate-hazelnut gelato, a light and tangy lemon sorbet, or the best vanilla ice cream you have ever tasted, the recipes inside will inspire you to serve ice cream for any occasion. This vividly photographed, full-color recipe collection promises to become an essential addition to your kitchen bookshelf. "Once you have sam