BeschreibungThis history of ice cream by food historian Ivan Day tells the whole story of ice cream in Britain, a story that has seen both the democratisation of this favourite frozen dessert and a fall in the standards of its production and presentation.
PortraitIvan Day is best known for his museum exhibitions of re-created historic table settings and is considered to be one of the foremost authorities in this field. In addition to his courses and museum work, Ivan is an experienced broadcaster, having worked in both television and radio, and has written books, articles and papers on English food history. Having started collecting antiquarian cookery books and culinary utensils when he was only thirteen, Ivan now has forty years experience of cooking period food.
Pressestimmen"Ivan Day's charming and mouth-watering history of ice cream has opened my eyes to the amazing world of Victorian ice cream... [the] book is illustrated with some incredible pictures from cookery books, and even photographs of Victorian ice cream molds." - Laura Crawley, Kitchen Retro
"At 64 pages with numerous color photos "Ice Cream" briskly explains production, extraordinary early flavors, vendor carts & trucks, advertising, and the changing ways in which these treats were enjoyed in British society." - Andrew Brozyna, The Spunky Coconut
" For those who want to know more about the history of ice cream, Day's book is an excellent starting point. Quick, informative, and clearly written, it should satisfy anyone with an interest in learning more about the topic." -Richard Dansky, Sleeping Hedgehog
Untertitel: A History. 'Shire Library'. 40 b/w; 50 col. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Erscheinungsdatum: Februar 2011
Seitenanzahl: 64 Seiten