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Ice Cream Books

Below are the lists of ice cream books that are briefly reviewed (about 1 paragraph each). These are separated the books into three categories: History books, Recipe books, and books about commercial ice cream. The books are sorted by alphabetical order within each group. Note that many of the books in the History section some time contain recipes. Ice Cream Book

For the best recipes, it is recommend Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Book. It's readily available, and has many has good recipes (with a few poor ones). Marshall's book is also a good source of recipes (with a wider selection of flavor's than Ben & Jerry's). Damerow's book goes into more technical detail on out making ice cream, and Dickson's book gives a nice history of ice cream (although you should see Liddell's book for a debunking of the pre-19th century ice cream which is myths, and Pomeroy's is also fun to read). Finally, Willis's book is amusing to read because every few pages he launches into a tirade about the "junk they're putting into commercial ice cream".

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