The Empress of Ice Cream - Anthony Capella Reviews
Description:ISBN 751539449 / Genre: Fiction / Romance / Author: Anthony Capella / Paperback / 416 Pages / Book is published 2010-08-05 by Sphere
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by - written on 17/05/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Anthony Capella is clearly a man with a passion for food. This is food writer turned novelist's fourth novel and this time he turns his attention to ice cream, more precisely how it first came to be created - in the English royal court of Charles II, if you believe that. The story starts in the court of Medicis in Florence where a young Carlo Demirco is apprenticed to a maker of frozen desserts. One day when his master isn't around, Carlo secretly samples one of their frozen confections for the first time and is immediately captivated by its texture and taste. Soon after a budding entrepreneur suggests to Carlo that they could make their fortunes as business ... Read the complete review
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