SCOOP: The Little Handbook of Traditional Ice Cream RecipesIce cream has an undeservedly tricky reputation. This title shows you to do delicious, classic, creamy vanilla, a clear, pure fruit ice, or a more complex confection featuring lemons and meringue with swirls of tart yoghurt sauce.
by Natasha Zabolsky
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SCOOP: The Little Handbook of Traditional Ice Cream Recipes Summary
Ice cream has an undeservedly tricky reputation. Most people believe that if you want to make ice cream at home you either have to buy an expensive and complex machine, or be willing to fetch your mixture from the freezer once an hour and beat it until your arm aches. Newsflash: ice cream is one of the simplest treats you can make. With the right recipes, a huge range of frozen delights is within your reach, using just a bowl, a whisk, a handful of ingredients and the freezer compartment of your refrigerator.Some of these recipes take five minutes to whisk (the more elaborate ones might take ten), and only a couple of hours to freeze: they are fast, simple, and utterly delicious. So, whether your taste is for a delicious, classic, creamy vanilla, a clear, pure fruit ice, or a more complex confection featuring lemons and meringue with swirls of tart yoghurt sauce, "Scoop" shows you how to do it.
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SCOOP: The Little Handbook of Traditional Ice Cream Recipes
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