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Ice Cream Glossary C
 

Calorie:

A calorie is the amount of energy necessary to raise the temperature of one milliliter (ml) of water at a normal initial temperature by one degree centigrade (1�C).

Calcium:

A mineral that builds bones and strengthens bones, helps in muscle reduction and heartbeat, assists with courage functions and blood clotting. Teens 20 years and younger should strive to consume about 1,300 milligrams per day. Individuals 50 years and older need about 1,300 milligrams per day. Everyone else should strive for about 1,200 milligrams per day. Milk and other diary foods such as yogurt and most cheeses are the most excellent sources of calcium. In addition, dark green leafy vegetables, fish with edible bones, and calcium equipped foods supply significant amounts.

Cake Batter Ice Cream:

Homemade ice cream that taste just like cake batter directly from the bowl.

Cone CleavageL :

The seductive "V" of our home-based waffle cones.

Creation :

A smooth and creamy ice cream luxury that combines super-premium ice cream with a diversity of fruit, nuts, chocolate and goodies customized for each customer, creating a mouthwatering dessert. Creations come in many forms: cups, cones, shakes, and even cakes. Create your own preferred or choose from the Cold Stone Originals.

Curds:

Curds are traditional fruit based English spreads, made from fruit juice, butter, sugar, eggs, and for flavorings. They are cooked on a double boiler until the curds congeal and then strained through a net strainer to produce a very smooth, creamy product. Once refrigerated the curd is ready for use or storing. Curds could also be warmed and used to glaze cream puffs and ice cream pies.

Custard:

A sweet mixture often used as a dessert that is ready with eggs, sugar, and milk or cream. It is creamy like a pudding, but it is still thicker. Custard is cooked by insertion the contents into a dish that is then placed into another large pan of hot water. The water must come up to about two-thirds the height of the custard dish. All of this is then placed in the oven to cook in the oven for about an hour. Variations of the essential custard recipe can be prepared with additional flavorings.