Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream & Dessert Book

Jerry Greenfield (Author) Nancy Stevens (Author)
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With little skill, surprisingly few ingredients, and even the most unsophisticated of ice-cream makers, you can make the scrumptious ice creams that have made Ben & Jerry's an American legend.

Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream & Dessert Book tells fans the story behind the company and the two men who built it-from their first meeting in 7th-grade gym class (they were already the two widest kids on the field) to their "graduation" from a $5.00 ice-cream-making correspondence course to their first ice-cream shop in a renovated gas station.

But the best part comes next. Dastardly Mash, featuring nuts, raisins, and hunks of chocolate. The celebrated Heath Bar Crunch. New York Super Fudge Chunk. Oreo Mint. In addition to Ben & Jerry's 11 greatest hits, here are recipes for ice creams made with fresh fruit, with chocolate, with candies and cookies, and recipes for sorbets, sundaes, and baked goods.

Product Details

$11.95  $10.99
Workman Publishing
Publish Date
January 05, 1987
7.78 X 0.37 X 7.12 inches | 0.64 pounds
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About the Author

Jerry Greenfield has worked as a lab technician. He is glad he was not admitted to medical school.
Nancy Stevens, a Seattle native, studied interior design and art at Seattle University. She and her [then] Army husband began married life by moving to Germany. The couple was stationed at numerous US military installations and her husband deployed to both Vietnam and Korea. They raised two kids and after 45 years of marriage Nancy suddenly discovered her husband had found another woman and was divorcing her. The next ten years were spent navigating an unimaginable divorce. Nancy hopes her experiences and lessons learned will be helpful to those facing similar journeys.
Ben Cohen has been a Pinkerton Guard, a garbage man, and a short-order cook. He began seriously testing ice-cream flavors at the age of five.