History of Ice Cream

The Story Of Ice Cream Began From Long-Ago Times Back More Than 3,000 Years In China. It Was The Chinese Emperors Who First Made Ice-Cream From Mountain Snow Mixed With Different Fruits As Well As Wine And Honey To Create A pleasant Taste That Suits Their Times Of Relaxation.

In 1295, Marco polo brought The Ice Cream Mixture From China To Italy, Where Italy's Rich people Began To Add Milk To The Snow To produce Ice-Cream Ice Cream.

In 1533, When The Florentine princess Catherine Became The Queen Of France After Her Marriage To King Henry II Of France, She Moved With Her Ice Cream Ice Cream Mixture From Italy To France. A Number Of French Chefs Then produced Ice Cream With Delicious Delicacies. A Shop Selling Ice Cream With Different Flavors Such As Chocolate And Strawberries.

When King Charles Visited France In 1600, He Was Served Ice Cream Ice Cream, Which I Liked So Much. He Took The Mystery Of The Mixture From The French Chef He brought To Him And Returned To England. In 1700, The English Governor Of Maryland Began Offering Ice Cream To His Guests. 76 Years Later, The First Ice-Cream Business Began Operating In New York City.

Dolly Madison, The Wife Of The American president, Loved Ice Cream So Much That She Gave It To Her Guests At The White House In 1812, And Later In 1843, An American Woman Named Nancy Johnston Invented A Machine To Make Ice Cream Faster.

In 1851 Jacob Fossil Opened The First Ice Cream Factory In Baltimore, Maryland, And Sold Ice Cream Through A Mobile Car.

In 1899, French Inventor Auguste Jollin Invented A Machine That Helped To Mix The Ice Cream In A Homogeneous Manner, Helping Him To Make Ice Cream More Quickly.

In Early 1903, American Ice Cream Vendor Italo Marcioni Sold Ice Cream To An Arab Hand In The Streets Of The City. He Also Invented Ice Cream, Which Was Served In A Thin Biscuit, Which Spread Throughout The World.

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