November Prize: A little light reading to go with your double scoop tonight!

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on November 7th, 2017
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picSearch Amazon for ice cream books and you’ll find no shortage of books chock full of recipes for how to put your ice cream maker to good use. But since we’re all set for ice cream recipes, we kept looking, and that’s when we found “Ice Cream: A Global History.”

So we bought a few copies to read and another to give away as this month’s blog prize. Leave a comment on this post and we’ll choose one to win a book that features “a vibrant trip through the history of ice cream from ancient China to modern-day Tokyo.” (BONUS: The book also has a chapter with recipes, in case you really do want to put your ice cream maker to good use.)

Here’s what a few reviewers had to say about the book that delivers a triple-scoop of ice cream history:

This little gem of a book is everything you never dreamed there was to know about ice cream.

“(The) photos, artwork and illustrations make it beautiful to look at, and the writing makes it a fun and fascinating read.”

Long after my banana pecan ice cream cone has melted, I will still be perusing (this) book.”

“It brought back fond memories of summer evenings with all of us kids lined up at the Good Humour truck.”

“This book draws you in from beginning to end. I lapped it up with a spoon.”

Reading it made me very happy — and not a single calorie!

 

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56 Responses to “November Prize: A little light reading to go with your double scoop tonight!”

  1. My recipe for a great cup of coffee is to top it off with a scoop of Turkey Hill ice cream. No cream or sugar necessary!

  2. sue frantz says:

    looks like great reading and lots of enjoyment to me!!

  3. Denise says:

    what a wonderful book!

  4. Bruce says:

    Ice Cream history, that’s the type of history I could really enjoy, especially with a bowl of Turkey Hill.

  5. Elaine Garfield says:

    this sounds like a very interesting book

  6. CHRISTINE says:

    MY KIND OF HISTORY LESSON. INFORMATIVE AND FUN.

  7. Nina Hilson says:

    nothing goes better with a good book then Turkey Hill ice cream!

  8. Barbara says:

    Ice cream is my favorite dessert, especially Butter Brickle from Turkey Hill

  9. Sue says:

    Much more interesting than the history they taught us in school! lol

  10. Jill Greenstein says:

    I already use Turkey Hill ice cream in a few recipes and would love to see more!

  11. Mike Swope says:

    That would make for some nice, post-dinner evening reading.

  12. Jim in SOMD says:

    OK. So we get a book about ice cream from Turkey Hill, but not written by Turkey Hill. Are any of these written by Ernie?

  13. jennifer says:

    nice!

  14. As an avid reader, I would love to read about the history of ice cream!

  15. Harriet G. says:

    Sounds like a great prize for November.

  16. Donna Keller says:

    Find me a no added sugar ice cream and I would enjoy reading this book.

  17. Carol says:

    Sounds like a great book – I’d love to know who to thank for coming up with the best culinary concept in the history of the world!

  18. Donna says:

    Sounds like a fascinating book

  19. enid portnoy says:

    Instead of licking my fingers or a page to turn it, why not take turns with Turkey Hill ice cream ..MUCH SWEETER

  20. Ann King says:

    sounds like great reading, I can never know enough about my favorite subject, ice cream. As long as there is a bowl of peanut butter ripple to go with my reading.

  21. Marge says:

    I like the idea of a NO ADDED sugar in the your ice cream. Many folks really do not like extra sweet food, of which the Turkey Hill Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream is a good example, too sweet for me.

    Most likely though, I am probably in the minority.

  22. Edward Kifer says:

    Any Turkey Hill Ice Cream in my house does not have a very long “history”, global or otherwise.

  23. Amy says:

    Looks like a fun read!

  24. Debbie says:

    Nothing better than reading a great book while eating a bowl of Turkey Hill ice cream! A great recipe!!!

  25. Sally says:

    The book sounds really interesting to read.

  26. Linda Savitz says:

    I love ice cream—especially “Turkey Hill” Just bought some last night. YUMMY!! It was Butter Pecan!! Love it!! Last week we bought Dutch Choc. YUMMY too!!

  27. Would love to have the cook books! Looks like a lot of fun things to do.

  28. Claudia says:

    Perfect reading for these cool New England evenings, sitting in front of a fire with a bowl of pistachio Turkey Hill ice cream!

  29. Joan says:

    Sounds like a great book. A book that I’d really like to read. With a huge bowl of Turkey Hill Butter Pecan, of course.

  30. Betty says:

    sounds good to me

  31. Charles Barnum says:

    Now you’re talking !

  32. Wanda Conrad says:

    I love to read!

  33. What an interesting book; thank you for the opportunity to win one.

  34. Darrel says:

    That would be so neat to eat ice cream and read about ice cream at the same time.

  35. what a find! I love history and Ice Cream. What could be better than eating a big bowl of your favorite flavor of Turkey Hill while reading how it came about!

  36. Mary Anne Powell says:

    Sounds like this would be some fun reading….especially while eating a bowl of Turkey Hill Ice Cream!!!

  37. Brenda Miller says:

    I would love this book because I like to read about the history of things and I also collect anything dairy related.

  38. Liz S. says:

    This is wonderful! I’ve never made my own ice cream before, and would love to know the recipes in this book for inspiration; and of course to learn the historic facts as well.

  39. Andrea says:

    Sounds like a great book with a very happy ending, ice cream!

  40. Turkey Tom says:

    Page-turnin’, lick-smackin’ good time!

  41. This book scoops you up from beginning to end with all the information and then some. I could not put it down until I finished it from cover to cover.

  42. This book scooped me up from the beginning. I read it from cover to cover without stopping because it is so captivating with all the details and more.

  43. Janet Dietrick says:

    sounds like fun light read

  44. Marion says:

    Sounds like a lip smacking good read!

  45. Charlotte Ramlow says:

    Ice cream and reading a good book so go together.

  46. Sue Morris says:

    Eating ice cream and reading about ice cream – what could be better??

  47. JANET says:

    now that’s my kind of history lesson !

  48. lee carr says:

    as an employee of a library, books are my 2nd love to ice cream

  49. What a great book to read! I’m sure my nieces & nephews would love it, too!

  50. Ron Mechlinski says:

    I’m not much of a reader, (I get tired and fall asleep), but I can follow a recipe! I would love to try making my own even though I know it wouldn’t compare to The Best, Turkey Hill!
    Good Luck to everyone!!

  51. JHonny says:

    i like candy

  52. JHonny says:

    m,,./.,mnjblhiuvgyfcu

  53. pat says:

    would be interesting reading while eating my favorite treat

  54. Sandra Carpenter says:

    Sounds like interesting reading.

  55. Bob Kessler Jr says:

    This sounds like one of a kind book. It should be interesting reading and full of facts. I wonder if Turkey Hill is mentioned.

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