Who Made The First Ice Cream?
Everyone love ice cream. The delicious look and color with extraordinary taste and fragrance is just divine. Let’s find out who made the first ice cream.
The first ice cream was probably made by chance when someone accidentally left some milk outside on a cold night and it frozel Alexander the Great enjoyed ice cream made with milk, fruit juice, honey, and snow in the fourth century B.C., and the roman emperor Nero ordered ice to be brought from the mountains and combined it with fruit toppings. The chinese also had a method of making ice creams, and some believe that ice cream came to Europe from China. It was Qintus Maximus, a Roman general, who first wrote down a recipe for ice cream. Marco Polo brought the chinese recipe to Venice after his visit to Peking. The king of England, Chares I is supposed to have offered his chef a hand some reward to keep his ice cream recipe a secret! Your favorite ice cream cone was invented by a pastry maker Ernest Hamwi in 1904, at the World Fair in St. Louis. He put a scoop of ice cream on his pastry when a ice cream seller in a neighboring stall ran out of dishes – and it became an instant hit!