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Cook’s Illustrated Tests Ice Cream Scoops

Cook's Illustrated Rates Ice Cream Scoops

Ice cream scoops are a must-have kitchen tool for ice cream lovers – and ice cream cookbook authors. Unfortunately, ice cream scoops do not always work out exactly as advertised. Over the years, I’ve had all kinds of ice cream scoops that ranged from very traditional designs to high-tech spoons that required all kinds of preheating to provide the perfect scoop. In this month’s Issue ... Read More »

Get Set for Summer: Frozen Desserts Cookbook Giveaway!! (closed)

Nicole Weston's Frozen Dessert Book Trio

As regular readers will know, I currently have three amazing cookbooks out that are dedicated to frozen desserts: How to Make Ice Cream, How To Make Frozen Yogurt and Making Vegan Frozen Treats. Each one of these books is designed to give you an in-depth look at the techniques needed to make these refreshing recipes in your own kitchen – and make better versions than ... Read More »

How to Make Ice Cream

How to Make Ice Cream

There is never a bad time for ice cream as far as I’m concerned. The easiest way to get your ice cream fix is to head out to the grocery store and check out their freezer case, but a more delicious way to get your fix is to make your own ice cream at home. How to Make Ice Cream: 51 Recipes for Classic and ... Read More »

Irish Coffee Iced Cream

Irish Coffee Iced Cream

Irish Coffee is a delicious hot coffee drink made with coffee (of course), Irish whiskey and brown sugar, which is topped with whipped cream before serving. It is said to have been invented at San Francisco‚Äôs Buena Vista Cafe, which is still serving them up to those very day. This Irish Coffee Iced Cream is inspired by the classic coffee drink, and this cool version ... Read More »

Ice Cream Parlor Mixing Set

Ice Cream Parlor Mixing Set

There are two types of ice cream shops. At one, you can get a couple of scoops in the bowl or cone of your choice. In the other, ice cream scoopers knead your ice cream on a marble slab, incorporating fruits, candies and other mix-ins, to create a custom ice cream flavor before transferring it to your bowl or cone. You really can’t go wrong ... Read More »

Edible Sugar Cookie Ice Cream Bowls

Ice Cream Cookie Bowls

I always prefer to have my ice cream in a cone rather than a cup. Although I have a large collection of pretty ice cream bowls, there is just something about the flavor and texture of an ice cream cone that makes ice cream an even better treat than usual. The only time I’ll choose a bowl over a cone for ice cream is when ... Read More »

No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream

No Churn Vanilla Ice Cream

A scoop of vanilla ice cream is one of the simplest indulgences that you can treat yourself to. And it is often the best, since there is never a bad time for vanilla ice cream. I enjoy it on its own, paired with a warm slice of apple tart or drowned in espresso to make an affogato. It is easy to run out to the ... Read More »

Zak Designs Insulated Ice Cream Tubs

Zak Designs Insulated Ice Cream Tubs

If you’ve ever made homemade ice cream, you’ve probably wondered where to put it once you have churned it. Tupperware, Glad containers and even bowls covered with plastic wrap are often utilized, but while these containers get the job done, they don’t give your ice cream a very professional look. The Insulated Ice Cream Tubs from Zak Designs, on the other hand, are great looking ... Read More »

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