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Coolhaus ice cream book /

by Case, Natasha; Estreller, Freya; Squires, Kathleen.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Boston ; New York : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, [2014]Description: 240 pages : chiefly color illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780544120044 (cloth) :; 0544120043 (cloth).Title notes: $25.00 8-2014 (db)Other title: Ice cream book.Subject(s): Ice cream sandwiches | Cookies | Cookies | Ice cream sandwiches | Cookbooks
Contents:
Our architectural ice cream sandwiches -- Before you begin : tools -- Tips & troubleshooting -- Ice creams, gelatos & sorbets : what's the difference? -- Ice cream foundations -- Ice creams & sandwiches -- Gelatos & gelato sandwiches -- Sorbets (vegan) & sorbet sandwiches -- Cookies. Classic ; Creative ; Vegan & gluten-free -- Make your own -- Shakes, drinks, toppings & other treats -- A guide to creating your own Coolhausian flavors -- Where to find Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches.
Summary: Coolhaus custom-built sandwiches, named after famous architects, are sold in supermarkets across the country, as well as from trucks in Los Angeles, New York, Austin, and Dallas. Now the owners part with the recipes for their coolest creations, like the BuckMINTster Fuller (Dirty Mint Chip Ice Cream with Chocolate Chip Cookies) and the Frank Behry (Strawberry Gelato with Snickerdoodles). Daring flavors range from classic (Cookies and Sweet Cream), to boozy (Bourbon Manhattan), to vegan (Lychee Martini), and even savory (Fried Chicken and Waffle). Sandwiched among the treats are tips on ice cream making, profiles of major and up-and-coming architects, and amusing tales of the owners' forays into the ice cream business.Summary: Making a business out of ice cream sandwiches brought fun and adventure into the authors' lives. Their exotic flavors and architecturally inspired ice cream sandwiches are all-natural, organic and whimsical. Sweet, fun, delicious--and now available in your own kitchen!
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

From anbsp;beat-up postal van turned food truck, Coolhaus has rocketed to a national brand. Yahoo! called it "the best ice cream in America." Thenbsp;inventive sandwiches, named after famous architects,nbsp;are sold in supermarkets across the country, as well as from trucks in Los Angeles, New York, Austin, and Dallas.nbsp;Coolhaus hasnbsp;drawn accolades from the New York Times , Every Day with Rachael Ray , Time , and Good Morning America , to name a few,nbsp;and from suchnbsp;celebrities as Will Ferrell, Jimmy Kimmel, and Alex Guarnaschelli. <p>Now the owners part with the recipes for their coolest creations, like the BuckMINTster Fuller (Dirty Mint Chipnbsp;Ice Cream with Chocolate Chipnbsp;Cookies) and the Frank Behry (Strawberry Gelato with Snickerdoodles). Daring flavors range from classic (Cookies and Sweet Cream), to boozy (Bourbon Manhattan), to vegan (Lychee Martini), and even savory (Fried Chicken and Waffle).</p> <p>Sandwiched among the treats are tips on ice cream making,nbsp;profiles of major and up-and-coming architects, and amusing tales ofnbsp;the owners' forays into the ice cream business.</p>

$25.00 8-2014 (db)

"A Rux Martin book."

Includes index.

"Custom-built sandwiches with crazy-good combos of cookies, ice creams, gelatos & sorbets"--Cover.

Our architectural ice cream sandwiches -- Before you begin : tools -- Tips & troubleshooting -- Ice creams, gelatos & sorbets : what's the difference? -- Ice cream foundations -- Ice creams & sandwiches -- Gelatos & gelato sandwiches -- Sorbets (vegan) & sorbet sandwiches -- Cookies. Classic ; Creative ; Vegan & gluten-free -- Make your own -- Shakes, drinks, toppings & other treats -- A guide to creating your own Coolhausian flavors -- Where to find Coolhaus ice cream sandwiches.

Coolhaus custom-built sandwiches, named after famous architects, are sold in supermarkets across the country, as well as from trucks in Los Angeles, New York, Austin, and Dallas. Now the owners part with the recipes for their coolest creations, like the BuckMINTster Fuller (Dirty Mint Chip Ice Cream with Chocolate Chip Cookies) and the Frank Behry (Strawberry Gelato with Snickerdoodles). Daring flavors range from classic (Cookies and Sweet Cream), to boozy (Bourbon Manhattan), to vegan (Lychee Martini), and even savory (Fried Chicken and Waffle). Sandwiched among the treats are tips on ice cream making, profiles of major and up-and-coming architects, and amusing tales of the owners' forays into the ice cream business.

Making a business out of ice cream sandwiches brought fun and adventure into the authors' lives. Their exotic flavors and architecturally inspired ice cream sandwiches are all-natural, organic and whimsical. Sweet, fun, delicious--and now available in your own kitchen!

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Library Journal Review

Before Coolhaus (eatcoolhaus.com) was a successful business, co-owners Case and Freya Estreller sold their architecture-inspired ice cream sandwiches from a broken-down postal truck purchased on Craigslist. Their debut cookbook, penned with freelance writer Kathleen Squires, provides a humorous introduction to their company's history and offers readers a chance to re--create signature sandwiches such as Bananas Norman Foster and Peter Cook-ies and Cream (named for architects profiled in the book). Recipes range from traditional to experimental and include a few vegan and gluten-free choices. The savory flavors-Peking duck and pistachio black truffle, for example-will challenge even adventurous palates. VERDICT This bold ice cream book both shocks and delights. Highly recommended for readers interested in unusual flavors. (c) Copyright 2014. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

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