500 ice creams, sorbets & gelatos: the only ice cream compendium you'll ever need [NOOK Book]

Overview

Chill out! In 500 Ice Creams, Sorbets & Gelatos food expert Alex Barker presents recipes for a wide array of fabulous frozen desserts. Packed with irresistible ideas for 500 refreshing treats, this book includes recipes for classic ice creams, sorbets, and Italian-style gelatos, as well as elegant water ices and granitas, show-stopping ice-cream cakes and gateaux, kid-friendly frozen treats, and tempting dairy-free and low-fat, sugar-free frozen delights. This compendium also has advice on choosing and using ...
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500 ice creams, sorbets & gelatos: the only ice cream compendium you'll ever need

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Overview

Chill out! In 500 Ice Creams, Sorbets & Gelatos food expert Alex Barker presents recipes for a wide array of fabulous frozen desserts. Packed with irresistible ideas for 500 refreshing treats, this book includes recipes for classic ice creams, sorbets, and Italian-style gelatos, as well as elegant water ices and granitas, show-stopping ice-cream cakes and gateaux, kid-friendly frozen treats, and tempting dairy-free and low-fat, sugar-free frozen delights. This compendium also has advice on choosing and using ice cream machines, as well as instructions for the basic method of making ice cream without any special equipment. Illustrated with more than 180 full-color photos.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416208075
  • Publisher: Sellers Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 8/7/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Sales rank: 280,041
  • File size: 14 MB
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Meet the Author

Alex Barker worked for many years as the cooking editor at multiple successful magazines before launching and editing Let's Cook magazine. She continues to write as a food expert in the areas of French and Italian food, baking, ice cream, and healthy eating and is the author of multiple cookbooks.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    HatchetBlade

    Still good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    Alicia

    I WURF IT!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    Zoe

    Ah. Add me. Bio at 'bal'.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    Epicness

    Great!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2014

    Typical Pokemon Quinn

    (Alicia, your part starts here. I' makong you a bad-a<_>ss trainer like in your bio. ;). Tell me if you like it. P. S. I don't know your move set, so I'm using the Fire type moves i know.) <p> FOUR YEARS INTO THE FURTURE... <p> I'm at the PokeCenter, reminicing the moment I was given Eevee. A lady, as dumb as to give away a Legendary, well to me it was a Legendary, to a trainer like me...I named her Caden. <p> Nimbasa City was pretty great. I went out and caught a Minccino, whom I named Slice, a Solosis, Liepard, and a Gothita. I was there training about, minding my own buisness with Slice, and I see another trainer. 'Not in the mood,' I thought, avoiding the stranger. Thinking if I would he able to beat her, I ended up staring and being stared at back. <p> "D'you need somethin'?," she asked, eyes narrowed. I frown and shake my head. She lifts her chin, "It's rude to stare." "Oh! Well maybe you shouldn't be a hipocrite," I said, hoping she'd take that as an insult. Epic fail. She was pretty. Pretty sassy. All black and red, who does she think she is? She got all up in my face, drama levels increasing. "I will beat the hell out of 'Leef', there. Flamethrower, ya see...the name speaks for him. No need to say...just battle." <p> Slice! I choose you! <p> Slice used Tail slap! Hit 4 times! <p> Flamethrower used Flame Wheel! <p> Slice used Swift! <p> "This isn't over!," the girl said. <p> The battle ended, a strange tie. The last moment, Slice used Take Down on PinkiePie. The recoil took him out, along with the Skitty. <p> "We...both lost," I say, looking at the motionless Pokeballs. "A TIE?! WHAT THE HE<_>CK?! FLAMETHROWER DOES NOOOOOOOOOT FAINT! NO!," she went on rambling about it, obviously not okay with the situation. She heard that there is onoy one other trainer in the universe that could get a tie with you. And those were destined Best Friends. She took a deep breath and stalked over to Quinn. "Alicia. Name. You," she spat, each word a burst thrown past her lips. "Quinn...?," she replied, an eye brow raised. Alicia calmed herself, and became as nice and kind as she could manage. "So. Where are you going next?" Quinn was surprised by this sudden change, and answered with a smile. "Well, we can't go any where without our Pokemon. The PokeCenter first. Then Driftveil. I hear they got a huge market." <p> They walked together along the way, shareing the Pokemon info on their Pokedexes and healing each others Pokemon. And becoming what they were destined for. <p> (So, is this pretty good? I need ideas for the main story. What Alicia and Quinn need to do. please post at res 2. And review here. Res 2 is for requests, ideas, and questions you want me to answer. Thanks!)

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