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On the contrary, I found the recipes to be very simple and easy to follow.
I haven't made enough batches to comment yet on how the final products came out, but thus far I am inspired to try more from Weinstein's book.
I have and will again suggest this book to anyone interested in making ice cream at home.
I was expecting great things from the reviews but was disappointed by the book. I wasn't inspired by the recipes and a fairly limited and eclectic set of recipes. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ABB SD
This was by far the best ice cream (I mean gelato) that I ever made. I also made the lemon granita and it was delish. Good book.Published 6 months ago by Patricia Scarola
great book. Different kinds of things to make, pies, cakes, etc. and best of all can use a regular ice cream maker, don't need a special machine to make gelato. Read morePublished 17 months ago by JB Clark
I have not had time to use this book yet, but it has some good old world flavors and it will be used this Summer.Published 18 months ago by yaf
I purchased this book with a DeLonghi GM 6000 gelato making machine I made the vanilla gelato right away as the first gelato in the machine was super easy to make and came out so... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Ralph
chock full of fun ice cream recipes to make. I have and will again suggest this book to anyone interested in making ice cream at home.
I suggest it.
I got a gelato maker. Included with the gelato maker was a very simple cook book. I also ordered this cookbook online. Read morePublished on February 11, 2010 by Marilyn Einspanier
The pickings for gelato books are VERY slim and this one has some good recipes, though some ingredients are hard to get. Read morePublished on December 21, 2008 by Joseph Walsh
After spending 3 months in northern Italy and eating lots of gelato, we were anxious to buy a machine and a book of recipes to see if we could duplicate what we had eaten in Italy. Read morePublished on February 21, 2007 by Ellen Mannoia