Free Event! The Mysteries of Ice Cream on April 29

Posted by A69143a5 tiny Jen Messier on apr 6, 2014 under Event

It might not be prime ice cream eating weather quite yet, but for this month's Masters of Social Gastronomy lecture, we're bringing summertime to Brooklyn no matter what the thermometer says. 

Hear the tale of vanilla ice cream, a commonplace flavor with a rare and exotic past. We'll take a hard look at the science that makes ice cream tick and see if we can harness the DIY spirit to craft up astronaut ice cream in your very own kitchen.

The wide range of curious flavors will be on full display, with 19th-century artichoke-and-tomato ice cream and other adventuresome (and masochistic) creations.

Plus! We'll be giving away a signed copy of the new Ample Hills Creamery Cookbook and have some treats along the way. 

Very Important Details: 
Tuesday, April 29
Free, 21+
Doors at 7:30pm, talks start at 8pm
Littlefield, 622 Degraw Street in Gowanus

Totally optional RSVP

Tagged with ice cream Masters of Social Gastronomy sarah lohman jonathan soma

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