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Friday, July 5, 2013

Foodie Friday: I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Ice Cream!

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Could anything be more refreshing on a hot day? And does anyone really not like ice cream? Here's some inspiration for staying sweet and cool as the days heat up.

Coconut and Almond Ice Cream Sandwiches
Martha Stewart

Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt-Ice Cream
And Sorbet Maker. 
I love mine. And this one is greatly reduced with Free Shipping.

Yes Please!

Have you ever had true Italian Gelato? It is special and deserves these exquisite Italian glasses (set of 6) by Bormioli Rocco. They are nicely priced at

No-Ice-Cream-Maker Funfetti Cake Batter Golden Oreo Ice Cream
The secret to this creamy confection may just be the sweetened condensed milk. It's true that one does not need an ice cream maker for
this recipe.  The author of this recipe did use a Breville's Smart Scoop™ Ice Cream Compressor at Sur La Table  Find the fun recipe at
Averie Cooks

Sweet as a sundae, KicKee Pants Ice Cream Dress. 

Beneath a drizzle of chocolate lie stripes of vanilla, chocolate, and pistachio ice cream. Now that sounds like THE bomb!
Martha Stewart

Wooden Ice Cream Spoons.
How fun!

Blood Orange Sorbet
With A Splash of Wine or Champagne. Recipe at
What To Get An Ice Cream lover? Alessi's Miriam Big Love Set.
Barney's New York

Philadelphia's Capogiro, is named as one of Food And Wine's Best 35 Ice Cream spots in the US, with flavors like honey  rosemary goat’s milk cream. Yum!
Food and Wine

Roasted Cherry Bourbon Milkshakes 
Talk about a sugar high! Get the recipe at
How Sweet Eats

Caramel-Passion Fruit Sundaes

Some Fun Facts From

It takes 12 lbs. of milk to make just 
one gallon of ice cream. 

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The U.S. enjoys an average of 48 pints of ice cream per person, per year, more than any other country. 

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It takes an average of 50 licks to polish off a single-scoop ice cream cone. 

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The ice cream cone's invention is linked to the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis. An ice cream vendor reportedly didn't have enough dishes to keep up with the demand, so he teamed up with a waffle vendor who rolled his waffles into cones.

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