Final Draft of Frozen Desserts

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Chemistry of Frozen Desserts
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Outline Basic Ingredients Making Ice Cream(In Class) Different Types of Frozen Desserts Tea Gelato
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Frozen Desserts Frozen Desserts are common in today’s modern pastry kitchen There is almost a thousand year old history behind every ice cream scoop Though there is no clear evidence on when and where it started, it is said that someone had the bright idea to eat flavored snow, and it progressed all the way to the present time
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Moments in History of Frozen Desserts 3000 B.C.E(approximately) - The Chinese are credited with making the first frozen dessert, a flavored ice First Century A.D - Roman emperor Nero is credited for mixing fresh snow with honey and wine to make a frozen dessert Fourth Century - The “endothermic effect” in which salt lowers the freezing point of ice and when mixed , the two turn to a cold slush that is below freezing temperature and can freeze another liquid through conduction
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Continued… Thirteenth Century - Marco Polo brings his discovery from China to Italy 1533 - Catherine de Medici arrives in France for her marriage, and
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Carr during the Spring '08 term at greenriver.edu.

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