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17 internautes sur 17 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Great companion if you already have Jeni's first book! 30 juin 2014
Par RB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I love Jeni's ice cream. Her recipes are the best. You'll never end up with icy rock-hard ice cream if you follow her method. I have her first book, Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home, and it's wonderful. Several people have gone out and bought an ice cream maker and her book after tasting the ice cream that i've made from it. If you're looking to buy your first ice cream cook book, I recommend you buy that one first. It has nice basic flavors like chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla (but so much better tasting than store bought basics!), not to mention Salty Caramel which is the BEST. Plus it has more interesting, unusual flavors in there as well, like Chamomile Chardonnay, Coriander with Raspberry Sauce, Sweet Basil and Honeyed Pine Nut just to name a few. And of course many flavors in between. Book two doesn't have the basic flavors, but has some very interesting new recipes. You can look inside the book and check out the table of contents before you buy it so I won't repeat the flavors in my review. I have to admit, some flavors are a little out there for me but her recipes have never let me down so I might just try something that I wouldn't have thought to try before. If you have the first book, this second book modifies the ice cream recipes a little bit. She says that the recipes in her first book were tested with the Cuisinart ICE-20 machine and the ones in her second book are modified a bit for the Cuisinart ICE-21 machine, which freezes ice cream faster. She says that with her original recipes, using the ICE-21 won't whip the ice cream enough and they will end up more dense. But I have the ICE-21 and used it with her first book and never noticed the difference. The modified recipes use slightly different quantities of ingredients, including twice the amount of corn syrup, which I'm not too happy about but I'm going to look for tapioca syrup to use as a substitute. It's just hard to find. The modified recipes also seem to make a larger quantity of ice cream, maybe closer to 1.5 quarts as opposed to 1 qt. I like the other sections of this book as well. Bake Shop gives you recipes for baked goods that look delicious and not too hard to make. Then Ice Cream Parlor gives you ideas for ice cream desserts. I'm going to use one of her recipes to make an ice cream cake for my son's 3rd birthday. She gives you a cake recipe and all the steps. So overall, a great companion to her first book, but get that other one first if you don't have it already!
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Jeni's is the BEST! 20 juin 2014
Par Fran - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I have had the pleasure to enjoy Jeni's ice creams at her Scoop Shops in Columbus, OH. It's almost worth a trip across the country for these special treats. I've also had her ice creams delivered to me as gifts. Having Jeni's books are the next best thing to being there. I have both editions and have enjoyed making many of her ice cream delicacies. She makes it very easy with clear instructions and wonderful photos. She also uses ingredients that are easy to find. If you're an ice cream lover and also like the unusual, these are the books to have in your library. Some of my favorites are her classics: Salty Caramel, Bangkok Peanut Thai, Buckeye State, and my most fav is her Queen City Cayenne! Indulge!
4 internautes sur 5 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Jeni Does It Again! 2 juin 2014
Par bakerbronte - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
It is no secret that I am a raving fan of Jeni Britton Bauer. When people ask me where to go for ice cream, I send them to her shop. When people ask me what ice cream cookbook to purchase, I recommend Jeni's first book. And now she has a second book! I'm telling you that I'm beside myself. Jeni's cookbooks don't make me feel like a rock star in my kitchen...that's just stupid. Jeni's cookbooks make me feel like a professional chef in my kitchen, and that's worth everything.

Jeni's Splendid Ice Cream Desserts is the book that you have to buy if you have a comfortable mastery of homemade ice cream preparation and are looking to advance your skills by turning that ice cream into restaurant worthy desserts. The book is divided into three main parts: ice cream parlor, bakeshop, and sundae bar.

Ice cream parlor gives you all new ice cream recipes that aren't found in the original Jeni's book. Think black forest cake ice cream, bellini sorbet, and salty caramel Crème sans Lait. Caution: this is not the book you want to buy if you are looking for run of the mill basics! You will not be getting plain vanilla, chocolate, or strawberry. These are inspired recipes with big twists in the flavors, and while they're awesome, this isn't the book for you if you want basic flavors. The French Toast Frozen Custard is incredible.

Bakeshop provides lots of recipes so that you can serve cakes, cobblers, and cookies alongside your awesome homemade ice creams. You will find wiseman's chocolate cake, Bauer House biscuits, sautéed fruit, and all manner of delicious ice cream accompaniments. Wiseman's chocolate cake is one of the moistest chocolate cakes you can make.

Sundae bar will help you put it all together with gorgeous photos of assembled parfaits and sundaes. Somehow Jeni has elevated these humble drugstore desserts into works of art meant to eaten. I haven't made this one yet but the Salty Grahama (whipped cream, salty vanilla custard, sliced bananas, whiskey caramel sauce, and salty graham gravel) is next on my list. Jeni gives you the recipes for every component you need from sauces to gravels in this section.

It's a well made book with beautiful photography, but I have come to expect nothing less from this ice cream expert who only uses the best ingredients and tries to locally source them. I have worn out her previous book, and I can tell this book is going to get the same workout this summer. The only problem with Jeni's books is that I have trouble not taking credit for her work when I serve up the end product.
5 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Even better than Jeni's first book (and I didn't know that was possible) 5 juin 2014
Par Chicago Book Addict - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
I also own, and love, Jeni's first book Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home so I was very excited for this book to come out. So far, I absolutely adore this book. It takes what was already great about Jeni's first book (ice creams in creative and gourmet flavors with recipes that truly work at home) and builds upon it. In this book you get new ice cream flavors as well as baked goods and toppings that help you not just enjoy the ice cream on its own, but also build them into dinner party worthy desserts. Even if you've picked up or own other ice cream books, this book still has so much to offer and is quite different and more creative than others I've found. I personally was especially excited for the gravel recipes since they are truly creative and not a topping I've seen at other ice cream shops.

Beyond offerings a wonderful array of recipes, this cookbook is also simply beautiful. It's fully of gorgeous photography that entices you to try recipes you might otherwise overlook. I love the photography for inspiring me to try new things and giving me an idea of what the finished product should look like (great for the assembled desserts), but this is so lovely it could almost double as a coffee table book.

And having read interviews of Jeni elsewhere I also appreciate how much testing and refinement went into this book. Sometimes it seems like cookbooks written by chefs or professionals yield recipes that don't always work out well in home kitchens, but it is clear that she's taken the time to make sure the recipes translate and work well with home ice cream makers.

I think one caveat worth mentioning is that this book is probably best for an intermediate or more experienced home cook who doesn't mind recipes that are a little more complex in nature and who likes more creative and inventive flavors. This also isn't meant to be an exhaustive book of every kind of ice cream dessert known to man, so if you go in with that expectation you will be disappointed. It is, however, a great book if you already have a lot of ice cream books on your shelf and want something that will add a new take on ice cream that isn't represented elsewhere in your collection.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
I loved Jeni's first book 17 août 2014
Par Amy Raubenolt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I loved Jeni's first book, and this one is just as phenomenal. With her last book, I could never find the motivation to go beyond the ice creams. With this book, the cakes and desserts are absolutely amazing! I've made the bread pudding with whiskey caramel sauce, macaroon cake, and "the cake" so far and they've all turned out well. If you're looking for "easy", this isn't the book for you, but her directions are very clear and complete and make even the most complicated recipe doable.
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