Friday Jun 5th, 6:30pm - 7:30pm Eastern Time
A Family Tradition
My Italian ancestors brought ice cream to Scotland in the 1800s. First up - my great, great, great grandfather, Achille, who moved from his small mountaintop town of Picinisco, Italy to Glasgow, Scotland. He made ice cream at home and sold it from a pushcart as he walked the city streets. Eventually, he opened his own ice cream shop and brought his sons into the business. The family business continued with my great, great grandfather, Giovanni, who opened several of his own shops around Glasgow in the 1900s. My great grandfather, Federico, continued the family ice cream tradition and opened shops throughout Scotland and England and eventually became the President of the Ice Cream Alliance of Great Britain.
Following in the ice cream tradition, I began to experiment with putting a modern boozy twist on ice cream. I wanted to combine the best of both worlds and infuse traditional ice cream ﬂavors with diﬀerent liquors. I ﬁnally perfected the recipes and came up with creamy, tipsy and delicious treats!
And now, in the family tradition, Tipsy Scoop™!
The class was fun, however, it was very expensive. We technically did not make our own personal ice cream because everyone’s mixes were put together. Also, in all, there was about 45 minutes of downtime between making the ice cream and waiting for the ice cream to freeze. More can be done during that time so that we can get our money’s worth.
Overall it was fun, loved the sundae station and get to take home delicious ice cream. Not too challenging to make and more social than instructional :)
John B. gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
Anonymous gave this class 5 out of 5 CourseHorse stars.
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