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Arnold, Shannon Jackson. Everybody loves ice cream: the whole scoop on America’s favorite treat. Cincinnati, OH, Emmis Books, c2004. 176 p
   TX795 .A76 2004

Fallon, Peggy. Ice cream and frozen desserts. London, New York, DK Publishing, c2007.192 p.
   TX795 .F354 2007

Hoffman, Mable, and Gar Hoffman. Ice cream & frozen yogurt. Tucson, Fisher Books, c2000. 240 p.
   TX795 .H6913 2000

Lebovitz, David. The perfect scoop : ice creams, sorbets, granitas, and sweet accompaniments. Berkeley, Ten Speed Press, c2007. 246 p.
   TX795 .L45 2007

Luchetti, Emily. A passion for ice cream : 95 recipes for fabulous desserts. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, c2006. 223 p.
   TX795 .L83 2006

Powell, Marilyn. Ice cream : the delicious history. Woodstock, NY, Overlook Press, 2006, c2005. 250 p.
   TX795 .P69 2006

Quinzio, Jeri. Of sugar and snow : a history of ice cream making. Berkeley, University of California Press, c2009. 279 p.
   TX795 .Q59 2009

Rosen, Diana. The ice cream lover’s companion : the ultimate connoisseur’s guide to buying, making, and enjoying ice cream and frozen yogurt. New York, Citadel Press, 2000. 159 p.
   TX795 .R62 2000

Selected Internet Resources

Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Recipe
http://people.virginia.edu/~stt/6350/2013/Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream.htm

Evolution of the ice cream stand
By Susan E. Smead and Marc C. Wagner. Cultural Resource Management, v. 24, 2001.
http://www.nps.gov/history/crmjournal/CRM/v24n4.pdf

History of the Ice Cream Cone
From Linda Stradley’s What’s Cooking America website.
http://whatscookingamerica.net/History/IceCream/IceCreamCone.htm

Ice Cream
In Chemical Engineering News, Nov. 2004
http://pubs.acs.org/cen/whatstuff/stuff/8245icecream.html

Ice Cream Collection
Optical Microscopy from Florida State University
http://micro.magnet.fsu.edu/micro/gallery/benandjerry/icecream.html

Ice Cream Facts
From the International Dairy Foods Association
http://www.idfa.org/facts/icecream.cfm
        See especially: The History of Ice Cream
http://www.idfa.org/news-views/media-kits/ice-cream/the-history-of-ice-cream

Ice Cream
From the Food Timeline
http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodicecream.html

Ice Cream Links
From the New Zealand Ice Cream Manufacturers’ Association.
http://www.nzicecream.org.nz/links.htm

Ice Cream Pages
From the University of Guelph Dairy Technology Education Series
http://www.foodsci.uoguelph.ca/dairyedu/icecream.html

Ice Cream Sundaes Coast to Coast
NPR story, with a state-by-state list of sources.
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5531839

Thomas Jefferson’s Recipe for Vanilla Ice Cream
From the Manuscript Division, Library of Congress.
http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/treasures/tri034.html

Baby in a stroller eating an ice cream cone.
Little girl at the zoological park in
Detroit, Michigan. Prints & Photographs
Division, Library of Congress.

Two men using ice cream freezers .
Farmers freezing ice cream. Pie Town,
New Mexico, 1940.
Prints & Photographs
Division, Library of Congress.

Farm Boys eating Ice Cream
Farm boys in Washington, Indiana.
Prints & Photographs Division,
Library of Congress.

Soldier and three women eating ice cream at sidewalk cafe.
American soldier eating ice cream with
his Sicilian cousins in Palermo.
Prints &
Photographs Division, Library of Congress.

Soldier and three women eating ice cream at sidewalk cafe.
American soldier eating ice cream with
his Sicilian cousins in Palermo.
Prints &
Photographs Division, Library of Congress.

Ice Cream advertising
Ice cream advertising near Berlin,
Connecticut.
Prints & Photographs
Division, Library of Congress.

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