TIP OF THE DAY: Ice Cream Cake Sundae

We love this idea from Little Park restaurant in the TriBeCa neighborhood of New York City. The chef created Cinnamon Toast Ice Cream: cinnamon ice cream topped with cinnamon toast croutons. Building on that idea, we say: Celebrate July, National Ice Cream Month, with an Ice Cream Cake Sundae.   Make the easiest ice cream…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make A Semifreddo

It’s National Ice Cream Month, which we interpret to include all frozen desserts. There is no National Frozen Yogurt Month, No Sherbet/Sorbet Month. The history of frozen desserts dates back to 2000 B.C.E., when the Chinese used syrups to flavor snow. Fruit juices made fruit ices. Honey and aromatic spices expanded the menu of flavors.…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Carrot Cake Ice Cream

A new way to enjoy carrot cake! Photo © WeHeartFood.com.   In 10 years of writing THE NIBBLE, we’ve covered a lot of ice cream, especially during July—National Ice Cream Month. But here’s a first for us: carrot cake ice cream. It’s part of today’s tip: Envision a fantasy ice cream flavor and make it.…
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FOOD FUN: Glitter Ice Cream Cones

Ice cream cones coated with fucshia edible glitter. Photo courtesy Chloe Jankowitz | Scoopsies.   Celebrate July (National Ice Cream Month), birthdays and other special occasions by making glitter cones. For July 4th, you can make them in red, white and blue. These dazzlers were created by Chloe Jankowitz, owner of Scoopsies ice cream shop…
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