The History of Ice Cream
Historians believe that the recipe for ice cream originated from ancient Rome. It was believed that Benjamin Franklin had spread a recipe from England to Italy and from there to the world. There were several versions of the ice cream, and changes were made occasionally. It was believed that King Louis XIV of France ordered the recipe to be spread throughout the entire land, and thus the term “iced cream” was also coined.
This was how mass produced ice cream was born, with the help of Wilbur Mills, David walker, John Abbot, Samuel Williams, and John Green. The earliest version of ice cream was considered non-authentic because it was dangerous to eat and was only available to large hotels and restaurants. In 1890, the transfer of the ice cream from milk to water for serving was discovered when Wilbur Mills, David walker and John Abbot attempted to serve the ice cream from their house in Manassas, Virginia to a huge group of people. The three invented a machine that created soft serve and was the first automatic ice cream maker in the world. The machine was named the Pizazzo and was installed in the Millionaire’s Cafe in Manassas, Virginia.
The first ice cream house was opened in Chicago, เย็ดเด็ก18+ Illinois, in 1847 by a dairy farmer who was looking for new ways to satisfy the incredible demand for his cream. He found that he could produce ice cream for twice the price of his regular cream and it was liked so much that the price was later reduced to twice the price of the regular cream. This was followed by an explosion when the seller increased the cost to four times the regular price and then further reduced the price to one-hundredth of the regular price which was considered to be an amazing deal.
When the ice cream was served, it wasement that it looked and tasted so much like traditional cream. หนังมาแรง As time passed, the art of ice cream making also progressed and new and inventive techniques were invented. Sergers (which were predecessors to sprinters) were invented so that the ice could be handled with less force and allowed to cool more quickly. Sprinklers were introduced to further improve the quality of the ice. The process of mixing ice into the basic cream also required more skilled workers and accelerated the production of ice cream.
Ice cream was officially proclaimed to be served “in every American bodega” or roadside shop in the late 1800’s. The first ice cream parlour in the US was opened in New York City, NY by an importer from Ireland. It was officially opened as คลิปหลุด18+ “England’s Best Ice Cream Parlour” by President President James Garfield in 1869. prefix = “ck” + lookup prefix By 1874, the Wellington Street market in New York City was doing serious business, already specializing in ice-cream. Armed with street carts and transporting via rail cartages of ice, sweet as it was sweet to the ice-cream lovers, the first coffee-and-iced-cream parlour was also established, a trader from Philadelphia who was compiling similar ice-cream cartages for the colonies. The next year, ชนโรงซับไทย up-scale ice cream was introduced by Mr. John Pemberton to the United States. With help from Benjamin Davis, Alderman of New York City, the manufacturer created modern-day Pemberton’s Ice Cream.
The lifespan of an ice cream carton has always been a matter of regularity and safety. Prior to the advent of cardboard cartons, slabs of ice were handled by grocers, ice vendors, and brothers William and Hiram Abbot, and their son, Josiah, Black.cartons that contained ten or twelve ice cakes in a wooden box, which was then lowered into a furnace, or arigerator, of water. Therees skipped the stage of melting, and were then transferred to a cardboard container for transport. Ice cream was then transferred to large heavy cardboard boxes and shipped to the stores on wheels or pack animals. Finally, the final stages of mixing and perfecting of the ice were done at the Queen’s Chamber, xxx ฝรั่ง a grotto located below the creamery.
Before the invention of modern mass production techniques, ice-cream cartons that were marketed were large, heavy and wooden, and were not fit for carrying. The Abbots turned cartons into slates and introduced slates with holes cut so that they could be rolled and moved. This new slating device was then put to use by the French kitchen confectioners, who rolled large cakes of ice in large cylinders and piled them on tables, melted them in irons, and made candies out of the candied ice.
In the hands of the English confectioners, the art of mixing and freezing ice became sophisticated. Fruits, sweeteners and milk thawed out of the ice in the same way that they turn cakes and biscuits into a treat.