Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home

Jeni Britton Bauer / Jan 21, 2020

Jeni s Splendid Ice Creams at Home Addictive flavors and a breakthrough method for making creamy scoopable ice cream at home Unique flavors prepared from top quality ingredients combined with minimally processed milk from grass fed c

  • Title: Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home
  • Author: Jeni Britton Bauer
  • ISBN: 9781579654368
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Addictive flavors and a breakthrough method for making creamy, scoopable ice cream at home Unique flavors, prepared from top quality ingredients combined with minimally processed milk from grass fed cows, transformed Jeni s Splendid Ice Creams, a small artisanal scoopery in Columbus, Ohio, into a nationally acclaimed and beloved brand.Now with her debut cookbook, Jeni BAddictive flavors and a breakthrough method for making creamy, scoopable ice cream at home Unique flavors, prepared from top quality ingredients combined with minimally processed milk from grass fed cows, transformed Jeni s Splendid Ice Creams, a small artisanal scoopery in Columbus, Ohio, into a nationally acclaimed and beloved brand.Now with her debut cookbook, Jeni Britton Bauer is on a mission to help foodies create perfect ice creams, yogurts, and sorbets ones that are every bit as perfect as hers in their own kitchens Frustrated by icy and crumbly homemade ice cream, Bauer invested in a 59 ice cream maker and proceeded to test and retest recipes until she devised a formula to make creamy, sturdy, lickable ice cream at home Her recipe for a milk based American style ice cream contains no eggs, which allows her amazing flavor combinations to shine Filled with irresistible color photographs, this cone tastic book contains 100 of Jeni s signature recipes from her Goat Cheese with Roasted Cherries to her Salty Caramel to her Bourbon with Toasted Buttered Pecans Fans of easy to prepare desserts with star quality will scoop this book up How cool is that

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    1. I bought this book through the iTunes store, and it is amazing to have on an iPad. There are videos of Jeni herself demonstrating step-by-step how to make the ice cream base, caramelizing sugar for Salty Caramel, making your own whipped cream, etc. It give more information and better presentation than the hardcover book, plus it's cheaper and much easier to hav an iPad in the kitchen than a hardcover book. Win-win-win.The book itself is great. Jeni tells the story of how she started making ice c [...]

    2. I've dabbled in homemade ice cream over the years to mostly - meh - results. Non-cooked ice cream turns out icy and coats your tongue in a way that is really unpleasant. Making a custard base seems like too much work, though it's really not and the results are much better, but still kind of lacking. Enter Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home.The author who owns a successful ice cream shop in Columbus, Ohio, shares her techniques and flavors in this really pretty book. She breaks down the science o [...]

    3. My friend receives this ice cream shipped overnight in dry ice as a special gift so when I found the cookbook, I had to give it a shot. First of all, it is a beautiful book. The photographs are scrumptious and make you want to run and make ice cream even in the dead of winter. Secondly, I have now made 2 of the recipes and they are over the top fabulous. I am an experienced baker and ice cream maker. All of her recipes involve the same basic steps which are a bit different than other homemade ic [...]

    4. This review (with photos!) was originally posted on my blog.I recently went to Ohio to visit my best friend, and as soon as my flight was booked, she had plans for us to go to Jeni’s, a local ice cream joint featuring unusual flavors on par with Humphry Slocombe and Bi-Rite in San Francisco. For years, she has told me about Jeni’s and her favorite flavors: sweet basil, olive oil, gooey butter cake, lime cardamom (the list goes on).Long story short: the ice cream more than met my expectations [...]

    5. An early Christmas gift from my lovely friend Kaeli! And it looks AMAZING so far!! :-)Update:I've read the recipes and anecdotes and personal stories, and I have to say this is an AWESOME book for a home ice cream enthusiast. I'm eager to try out the recipes for myself, and will update with my findings.

    6. This was a wonderful recommendation from a friend, and I can't wait to try out Bauer's unusaul recipe for ice cream, which has a cream cheese base and no eggs. Some of the flavor combinations are a bit too wacky for me to be interested in making a whole quart, but there are quite a few classics as well (I can't wait to try the Roasted Strawberry Buttermilk, for instance!). This book is definitely a game-changer for homemade ice cream.

    7. I just finished making my first batch of ice cream from this book - the Queen City Cayenne ice cream - and am thrilled with the results. The texture is wonderful - smooth and creamy and rich, not icy like the previous batches of vanilla ice cream I made using the recipe book that came from my ice cream maker (as an aside, the vanilla tastes wonderful and isn't extremely icy, just more than I would like). I enjoyed reading about the science behind Jeni's method and ingredients, so I know why her [...]

    8. I was so excited to get this book, as I love love love Jeni's ice creams. I had read just about every review and article about it that I found, and it was getting raves, even from ice cream making novices such as myself. A friend and I decided to start with the Salty Caramel, as it had the least amount of ingredients and we'd both eaten so much of it we would be able to compare how ours turned out. Unfortunately, it was no favorable comparison. In this recipe you cook the sugar in a pan to achie [...]

    9. If you grew up in Columbus, there was only one place to buy ice cream (Graeters) until one day, Jeni Britton Bauer opened her little ice cream stand at the North Market. I quickly fell in love with her ice cream. When I moved out of town, I would make my mom bring ice cream with her on visits. When I moved out of state, I begged her to just pack a cold pack or two with the ice cream - it would keep on her flights! This is not the ice cream you enjoyed as a kid - this is gourmet ice cream, tailor [...]

    10. !OMG!THE most incredible ice cream. A friend gave this to me last summer and I have made soooooo many delicious ice creams from this! Tonight I am making the Goat Cheese with Cognac Figs, unbelievable! We just had a coffee ice cream that I added chocolate covered almonds. And for Christmas I made peppermint with cognac. Cognac works great with lots of favors, however we did not like it with chocolate--should have used Cointreau (what is better than orange and chocolate?).HIGHLY RECOMMENDED for t [...]

    11. I polished off two of those mini Ben & Jerry's flavors while paging through this beautiful book. First saw Jeni's ice cream in Eau Claire for $12 a pint at a coffee shop, which seems extravagant, but the way she describes the vanilla, the process, each ingredient, I'm sorely tempted to buy some. Recipes for Salty Caramel, Bumbleberry Crumble, buckeye, cognac, bourbon, and rum ice creams, extravagant sundaes, and there's even a special sorbet for the flu made with fresh orange juice, honey, a [...]

    12. Confession: I haven't made any of the recipes in this book yet. I bought it from a local yarn shop. With flavors like Sweet Corn & Black Raspberry, Kona Stout, and Goat Cheese, this may end my infatuation with Baskin Robbins.

    13. Delicious recipes, beautiful photography, nice bios of the Ohio farmers who supply Jeni's with locally-grown produce. Paired with an ice-cream maker, would make an awesome gift!

    14. I know that, for some of you, reading a culinary book may not be the fabulous adventure it is for me. When I read through a cookbook in the caliber of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, I get transported somewhere magical. Somewhere creamy-dreamy soft and sugared. Imagine Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory, were it geared toward making only ice creams. Jeni Britton Bauer is a true genius, both when it comes to flavor pairings and when it comes to her methodology. I’ve been making ice creams for year [...]

    15. Any ice cream lover must try these recipes. I didn't realize that ice creams could be all that superior, but these are truly amazing. And such fun flavors!

    16. Wow!We did some of these for my Baking class and they were fantastic. It prompted me to purchase the book for myself so I could make some at home. I love the background and details in dealing g with the ingredients used in the recipes.

    17. Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams by Jeni Bauer, and as you can guess by the title, it’s a cookbook full of ice cream recipes. If I had to choose my favorite food, I would choose ice cream. Even when I’m ill, I crave ice cream. There’s never a time when I don’t crave ice cream. I’ve always loved homemade ice cream, but I also hated it. Often homemade ice cream melts too quickly and turns into a soupy mess, and if you freeze it, it becomes hard as a brick. I also never cared for the consiste [...]

    18. No, I haven't made any recipes. Yet. What makes this book have such high potential begins with Jeni's story and her success with her ice cream business. I don't live anywhere near Ohio, but plenty of my food blogger friends tell me that the ice cream is incredible. Her story is interesting to read and well told. Each recipe has a beautiful photograph (and I am highly visual) and is arranged by season. She talks about buying sustainable and organic ingredients, and it makes me wish I lived in her [...]

    19. The book Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams at Home by Jeni Britton Bauer is not only a cookbook, but also an autobiography because Jeni shares why she entered the ice cream business and the many obstacles she faced. This book contains many recipes that take some time, but can be made by any moderately skilled chef.Each recipe shows what inspired Jeni to create the flavor, what it will taste like, a colored picture, and a detailed list of the steps used to make the ice cream. Jeni also leaves you with [...]

    20. My friend Susan sent me this book. She works at Artisan & worked on the book. In fact, she's listed in the Acknowledgments (yay, Susan!). Nashville got a Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams full-size shop back in June & since then, I've gained easily 5 pounds of ice cream weight. But it was totally worth it. This is THE BEST ice cream I've ever had. A few thoughts:This book is more than just ice cream recipes, but if you want recipes, don't worry, they're all in there.I really enjoyed reading Jen [...]

    21. Full disclosure: I have yet to actually make anything from this lovely cookbook. Quality ingredients are difficult to find, to say the least, in Sioux City, Iowa.This is a beautifully designed, easy-to-understand cookbook for making some of the best tasting foods I have ever had the privilege of eating. It starts with a promise, Jeni's story, a quick (2 p.) illustrated guide to the basics of ice cream making, a short discussion of ingredients and equipment [BTW, you probably have most of the nee [...]

    22. The recipes are super fun sounding, and her base is something that even a newbie can use to make a tasty ice cream. Which I can say because I, a newbie, used it to make a yummy vanilla cinnamon ice cream. I also really love the inclusion of pairings, add ins, and great photos. All that said, at times reading this is like talking to the most insufferable-GOOP-reading-self-satisfied person in the world. I really appreciate the care and thought that goes into all their delicious flavors, but, look. [...]

    23. I would love to say that I purchased the book with the intention of making the ice cream myself. However, I don't have the time or equipment right now to do that. I'm lucky enough to live in a city with more than one Jeni's less than a few miles from where I live. I have had a love affair with ice cream for as long as I can remember. I was lucky enough that during my time at Capital University, Graeter's opened up across the street from it. I thought that was the best ice cream in the world. I w [...]

    24. Oh my! Delicious and beautiful. As a cookbook this one goes the extra mile in making very specific suggestions about how to follow their recipes and it inspires at the same time. It's like a glossy ice cream magazine where each flavour is the star of their own brief show. Some of the flavours are slightly terrifying but you can't help but wonder if they just might not be wonderful when you open up the ice cream maker and scoop right in.In this book Jeni takes time to introduce us to the people w [...]

    25. I've heard that Jen's Ice Cream enjoys something of a rabid cult following in the Columbus area, so I may be taking my life in my hands here by saying I didn't much care for the cookbook. It's well formatted (talking about the e-book version here) and I didn't see any egregious errors. It gets a lot chatty, but that's ok. I've never been afraid of unusual flavor combinations. I can even see where she's going with all the cream cheese. What I'm "meh" about is the amount of corn-based products and [...]

    26. I've made ice cream at home before (like the good little ice cream lover that I am) but the consistency has never been quite up to my liking. The desserts always turned out a bit harder than I prefer and Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams at Home claims to have a new DIY recipe to remedy this problem. I won't give away any secret ingredients - sorry! But I will say that her ice cream base is yum-tastic!After going through the basics, the book is split up by season. Each season is filled with delectable [...]

    27. The method used in most of the recipes in this book took me a little aback, as it uses ingredients I would sooner skip: Corn starch, corn syrup, and cream cheese. I don't like the corn additives, and was concerned about how the cream cheese would neutralize deep flavors. In reality, in the recipes we tried from this cookbook, you'd never know the cream cheese was in them. Using the additives gave the icecream a more "store bought" texture than you usually get with homemade icecream. They didn't [...]

    28. I love reading about Jeni's start in ice cream. News to me: there is an Ice Cream Short Course in PA. While the ingredients and instructions call for corn starch and corn syrup (which disturbed me as a corn-intolerant person), she does explain that they use tapioca starch and syrup in their kitchen, but they are less readily available.Hopefully I can try to make some before the book is due backHad to buy it because I so love how informative and imaginative it is. Unfortunately can't get tapioca [...]

    29. Having coveted Jeni's ice creams for quite a long while, I jumped on this book as soon as I could, and it's even better than I hoped.I LOVE that Britton Bauer explains the formula she developed for her perfect version of ice cream-- texture, richness, etc. -- she gives you the science behind it and a solid basis for how to make your own variations without affecting the chemistry of the final product.More than that, she provides an impressive variety of her own well-tested flavors, plus great inf [...]

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