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Yummy Ice Cream Recipes - Second part - cover

Yummy Ice Cream Recipes - Second part

James Earle

Publisher: K-Publishing

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Surely you remember how in childhood on warm summer days they were looking for a cart with this refreshing milk delicacy on the street and asking parents to buy you a glass without fail!
 
Fruit, creamy, chocolate ... Such delicious and such a favorite! And how much would you give now to return the same taste, reminiscent of a merry and carefree childhood?
 
This book gives you a unique chance to enjoy your favorite ice cream of childhood again without a time machine or a complicated expensive technique.
 
This is the second part of this great collection.

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