And Why Have You Associated This Wonderful Delight As Comfort Food? Is it because Ice Cream is always so cold that it freezes part of your brain temporarily and helps you to forget about your problems? Or maybe it's because of the deep sweetness that you love Ice Cream so much? Since that helps put you in a momentary happy mood. Or maybe it was your Dear Mother, when you were crying and throwing a fit as a child, she quickly handed you a cone of Ice Cream, and that shut you up, as well helped you forget about what made you so mad. Or it may even be that you are not always in the mood to use your teeth to be braking foods down, and spend a good deal of time chewing, that you happen to love something creamy, smooth and icy like Ice Cream for you to enjoy, and yet fill your belly up. Well Beloved, whatever your true reason maybe, you are definitely not the only one who is madly in love with Ice Cream. For the movie producers are in love with it, the restaurant owners are in love with it as well, and even The Rappers love Ice Cream so much that they make songs and videos using it as Allusion to sex and sexiness:...
Ice Cream... Why Do You Love Eating It So Much? You have to share with me your real reason one of these days, and why you spend your money shopping for it every time you're out and about, And I guess Ice Cream has been in the genes of Human Beings ever since Mankind got tired of being hot and wanted something to cool them down. Because if you look at History, you will discover that even Roman emperor Nero used to send his slaves scurrying to the mountains to collect snow and ice to make flavored ices, the precursors to Ice Cream, in the first century. And then after that it was on, for as each Empire took their turn to run the world, their Leaders all had a taste for Ice Cream, as you're already aware, Alexander the Great (356-323 B.C.) was known to have loved snow flavored with nectar and honey. Oh, and let's not forget that The Great Adventurer Marco Polo (1254-1324), tried ice cream while exploring China and brought the idea back to his native Italy.
So again, Ice Cream... Why Do You Love Eating It So Much.? Well check this out, even First Lady Dolley Madison created a sensation when she served Ice Cream at her husband's second inaugural ball. And then somebody found a letter from the 1700s, which admiringly describes the Ice Cream and strawberry dessert that a Maryland governor served at a dinner party. Initially, just a treat for the elite (including George Washington, who is said to have constantly consumed enormous quantities, and you can see why he had a belly). And after all these powerful Leaders and Adventures had their fill, then the great news could not be contained, because the first Ice Cream parlor in this country opened in New York City in 1776. And then with the genius of Mankind, in 1845, created the hand-cranked freezer, allowing Americans to make Ice Cream more easily at home. And then later on it went mobile, with the Ice Cream Truck.
And as far as Ice Cream goes, It takes about 5.8 pounds of whole milk and one pound of cream to make one gallon of ice cream. And research after research shows that Ice Cream has been a proven comfort food in times of anguish time and time again. A study of the U.S. ice cream industry reported in 2009 that the industry blossomed through the Great Depression after the 1929 stock market crash, and became a niche household happening after World War II. The current national recession has not affected the ice cream industry with sales increasing over 20 percent from the summer of 2008. So You Seee, Frozen Sweets like Ice Cream Make You Happy, Always.
Ice Cream... Why Do You Love Shopping For And Eating It So Much? And I guess that the Industry recognized your sweet tooth addiction, and decided to come up with new features. Because the Ice Cream cone appeared in 1904, when a Syrian waffle maker at the St. Louis World's Fair began rolling his pastries into horns to help an ice cream vendor who had run out of dishes. And really, the idea about the cone had already been patented a year earlier, by an Italian in New York City, but the Syrian Waffle maker popularized it.
And to help with your addiction of the great many flavors of Ice Cream, in 1984, President Ronald Reagan designated July as National Ice Cream Month and the third Sunday of that month as National Ice Cream Day. And as far as Ice Cream goes, there are many who are confused about the difference between Ice Cream, Sorbet, Yogurt and Custard. Well Beloved, here is how You can tell apart: Ice cream is made from milk fat and milk solids. Sorbet is non-dairy and usually high in sugar, yogurt is usually tart with low or no fat milk substitute, and custard is rich and smooth with lots of egg in it. And so as you can see Enthusiastic Shopper Of Ice Cream, you are not the only one who fell under the spell of this wonderful sweet treat named: Ice Cream... James Dazouloute
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