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The tone of the book is set by its frontispiece, which depicts a brace of angels delivering ice cream to earth from heaven.
Although frozen desserts were becoming common in regal circles, not until 1670 when the Cafe Procope opened in Paris did "iced creams" and sherbets spread to the masses." ---The Great American Ice Cream Book, Paul Dickson [Atheneum: New York] 1972 (p.
Among many startling statements in her famous Household Management of 1861--'the Italians with the exception of macaroni, have no specially characteristic article of food' is a fair example--was her suggestion that in the light of Catherine's great innovation in the matter of ice-creams she might be forgiven the massacre of St.
He gave no chapter or verse, but his footnote gives the impression that it was something he recently read, whether in French or in English perhaps we shall one day find out.
The Chinese are generally credited for creating the first ice creams, possibly as early as 3000 BC.
Marco Polo is popularly cited for introducing these tasty concoctions to Italy.
A number of British cookbooks of the eighteenth century contain ice cream formulas. Hannah Glasse's The Art of Cookery Made Easy (1747)--considered by scholars to be the first major cookbook written by a woman in what was until then an almost exclusively male domain.
In 1768 there appeared in Paris what is undoubtedly the most outlandish treatise on the subject ever to be published.