“With triple-digit temperatures taking over local weather forecasts, the mind shifts to ways to keep cool. Which means you immediately think of food, right? Why not cut to the chase and go with ice cream.
Even ancient Greeks enjoyed a dessert similar to ice cream in the 5th century, and Alexander the Great ate snow and ice flavored with honey and nectar for refreshment.
In the Roman Empire, King Nero Claudius Caesar (A.D. 54 – 86) sent runners into the mountains to collect snow. When they returned back to Rome it was flavored with fruits and juices…”

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