Catalogue Number: U92-9W4Y
- Author: Jan Hedh
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
- Published: 06 September 2012
- ISBN: 9781616086046
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Have you ever wondered what wine to pair with your scoop of ice cream? Master Chef, Jan Hedh, answers all these questions and more in his book Ultimate Guide to Homemade Ice Cream . This book is an ice cream lover's bible that will provide inspiration for both amateurs and professionals for many years to come. The guide contains basic recipes for ice creams and sorbets with flavors ranging from sweet to savory; including mango, avocado, truffle, asparagus, and mint chocolate chip. In addition, Hedh provides recipes for parfaits, semifreddo, cheesecake, and ice cream souffle. The book goes beyond the usual scoop by giving creative ideas for decorating desserts, having fun with sugar art, and how to carve your own ice sculpture.
Jan Hedh is a champion pastry chef and baker with a love for ice cream. Even as a young pastry chef Hedh began combining all possible and impossible ice cream combinations to discover unique flavors. Hedh hails from Sweden, one of the largest ice cream devouring countries in the world. Swedes eat nearly 4 gallons of ice cream per person each year! Hedh shares his years of expertise in his title Ultimate Guide to Homemade Ice Cream touching on everything from tips for better flavors to how to make ice cream without an electric machine. Hedh resides in Sweden. Klas Anderson has years of broad experience as a photographer, having shot beautiful photographs for many of Jan Hedh's titles. Aside from food photography Anderson shoots for magazines and advertising and communications agencies. Anderson has also documented big infrastructure projects such as the construction of the Oresund Bridge and the City Tunnel in Malmo. Anderson resides in Sweden.