I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream for Ice Cream

Ice cream itself has been on the scene longer than anyone can remember. Marco Polo is said to have brought recipes from China in the 13th century. There is no consensus on exactly who first produced and sold an ice cream cone, but authorities agree that it happened in St. Louis at the 1904 World's Fair. The Top 5 flavors are; Vanilla, Chocolate, Butter Pecan, Neapolitan and Strawberry. Keep cool this summer with these titles from our digital.

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Sweet Scoops features more than 50 tempting recipes for a variety of ice creams, gelatos, frozen yogurt, sherbet, sorbet, and granita. Dozens of accompaniments, including cones, cookies, sauces, and toppings round out the book. With creative serving options and inspired mix-and-match suggestions, the possibilities are endless!
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In 1913, little Malka Treynovsky flees Russia with her family. Bedazzled by tales of gold and movie stardom, she tricks them into buying tickets for America. Yet no sooner do they land on the squalid Lower East Side of Manhattan, than Malka is crippled and abandoned in the street.
Taken in by a tough-loving Italian ices peddler, she manages to survive through cunning and inventiveness. As she learns the secrets of his trade, she begins to shape her own destiny.
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Nothing tops the sweetness of an unexpected love... Elizabeth 'Please Don't Call me Lizzy' Daniels and Roberto 'You'd Better Call me Rob' Gabinnarri may have grown up together, but other than that they have nothing in common. So, when Elizabeth's uncle Siegfried and Rob's uncle Pauly rush off to Europe for a month, temporarily relinquishing the reins of their ice cream shop to their respective niece and nephew, the unlikely pair tries to make the best of being stuck together. Can hot summer nights and, maybe, some chocolate sauce, caramel and whipped cream...turn their indifference into love?
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Ben & Jerry's have always been committed to an insanely ambitious three-part mission: making the world's best ice cream, supporting progressive causes, and sharing the company's success with all stakeholders: employees, suppliers, distributors, customers, cows, everybody. But it hasn't been easy. This is the first book to tell the full, inside story of the inspiring rise, tragic mistakes, devastating fall, determined recovery, and ongoing renewal of one of the most iconic mission-driven companies in the world. No previous book has focused so intently on the challenges presented by staying true to that mission.

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