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Ice cream recipe book recommendation please ....

(5 Posts)
BeaLola Tue 04-Dec-12 22:49:26

as I'm asking Father Christnas for the ice cream maker attachment for my kitchenaid & thought he might like to throw in a book or two ......

PhylisStein Tue 04-Dec-12 22:55:40

Ben Vear lives and works near me and is a third generation ice cream producer. His books are on Amazon and his ice cream is incredible.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Ben-Vear/e/B005FSJMAQ

TuttiFrutti Mon 10-Dec-12 19:44:09

I have several and my favourite is the Ice Cream Machine Book by Rosemary Moon.

HazeltheMcWitch Fri 14-Dec-12 19:09:33

If you've not written to Santa alrady, I STRONGLY recommend David Leibovitz's The Perfect Scoop . It's amazing. Great mix of 'the science', basic recipes and some more ritzy, special ones. Have recommended it on MN before!

And if you have already written to him, have a look at his website, which is a really good read.

kiwigirl42 Fri 14-Dec-12 19:23:48

Icecreams, sorbets and gelati by Caroline Weir is very good and I agree with the recommendation above also. I have a Cusinart Ice30 and its great. In fact, we had peppermint ice cream tonight although the kids moaned I didn't put green food colouring in (they call it Incredible Hulk icecream when I do!)
There is also lots of recipes in the internet, including some by an independent American maker who uses a different method than other people, cornflour etc and makes unusual flavours. I think if you google Jenny's icecream you will find her/ her recipes.
Its great being able to adjust the cream/ milk ratio to your liking. The first time I made it we were almost sick as it was so rich! I make lovely chocolate by adding melted milk and dark chocolate as well as cocoa to a plain base - in fact, that recipe is from the Ben and Jerry's book which I really like too. Its useful and a lot of fun.

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