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Transcript of Ice-Cream
By Trenton Taylor
Who invented the first ice-cream cone, and in what year?
Ernest Hamwi invented the first ice-cream cone in 1904.
William A. Breyer made his first batch of ice-cream in Philadelphia in 1866.
What are the top favorite flavors of ice-cream around the world?
The top five favorite flavors of ice-cream around the world are
What year did Ben and Jerry's open their first store in Vermont?
Ben and Jerry's first store opened in 1978.
Dolley Madison served ice-cream to her husband at the inaugural ball in 1813.
It seems like frozen popsicles have been around forever. Who invented them, and what year were they discovered?
Eleven-year-old Frank Epperson discovered the popsicle in 1905.
In 1846, who patented the first hand-cranked ice-cream maker?
Nancy Johnson and William Young patented the hand-cranked freezer.
To make real ice-cream, how much milk fat must the ice-cream contain?
Ice-cream must contain a 5% minimum of milk fat.
What year and where did William A. Breyer make his first batch of ice-cream?
Harry Burt started the Good Humor Company in 1920; how did he first sell his product?
Harry Burt sold his product by freezing the sticks.
What year did Dolley Madison serve ice-cream at the inaugural ball of her husband?
History of Ice-cream
Originally called the "I-Scream-Bar," Eskimo pie invented the first chocolate covered ice-cream on a stick in what year
It was invented in 1920.
In this presentation you will be learning about ice-cream and all of the things that make ice-cream what it is today.