A Paris ice cream maker is publishing his recipe book
Glazed, a small business in Paris specialising in ice cream, has become well-known through an editorial undertaking that is as good as its products.
Ice cream maker Glazed has published a book of 140 pages, including 40 recipes, each more surprising than the last: from Clockwork Orange (orange sorbet, Campari, balsamic vinegar) to Grog’n’Roll (orange sorbet, whisky, pepper), via the Marron Five (chestnut ice cream, chestnut cream and sweet chestnut liqueur).
The book gives the keys to creating your own ice cream, sorbets, toppings and waffles.
This rich work highlights the creativity and expertise of the maker. It also reminds customers of the main commitments of the brand: to subvert mass-production industrial methods, to create custom flavours and work with producers of rare fruits to produce unique creations.
This book is the latest in a wide range of rich productions by Glazed, which also has a comprehensive website and a regularly updated blog.
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