Book Review: Mrs. Marshall: The greatest Victorian ice cream maker

Book Review: Mrs. Marshall: The greatest Victorian ice cream maker

A lovely little book detailing ice cookery in the Victorian era, Mrs. Marshall and her elaborate Victorian ices.

Recipes for home made Victorian ice cream includes coconut, chocolate, pineapple, vanilla, peach, and several lemon flavor recipes.

Recipes for home made Victorian ice cream includes coconut, chocolate, pineapple, vanilla, peach, and several lemon flavor recipes.

I would love to have one of these! I first saw a vintage ice cream maker on the BBC programme "The Victorian Kitchen".

I would love to have one of these! I first saw a vintage ice cream maker on the BBC programme "The Victorian Kitchen".

It may look like a butter churn but this is in fact a Victorian ice cream maker, made by the OK brand. It's roughly 100 years old

The kitchen gadgets Victorians used BEFORE electricity revealed

It may look like a butter churn but this is in fact a Victorian ice cream maker, made by the OK brand. It's roughly 100 years old

Hit & Miss J.D. Driven Ice Cream Makers | You can still purchase them new!

Hit & Miss J.D. Driven Ice Cream Makers

Hit & Miss J.D. Driven Ice Cream Makers | You can still purchase them new!

Cotton bolls in antique cask. Would also work with vintage ice cream maker Photo+Credit:+Caleb+Chancey.+

Cotton Wedding Bouquets & Centerpieces

Cotton bolls in antique cask. Would also work with vintage ice cream maker Photo+Credit:+Caleb+Chancey.+

Making ice cream, the Victorian way, with our new replica of Mrs Marshall's ice cream maker.

Making ice cream, the Victorian way, with our new replica of Mrs Marshall's ice cream maker.

Among London’s many, many weird and wonderful museums, the London Canal Museum near Primrose Hill surely stands out as one of the most niche attractions in the capital. Housed in a former Victorian ice-warehouse built for famous ice-cream maker Carlo Gatti, it was once the drop-off spot for canal boats bringing cargoes of ice from Norway to London in the 1800s.

Among London’s many, many weird and wonderful museums, the London Canal Museum near Primrose Hill surely stands out as one of the most niche attractions in the capital. Housed in a former Victorian ice-warehouse built for famous ice-cream maker Carlo Gatti, it was once the drop-off spot for canal boats bringing cargoes of ice from Norway to London in the 1800s.

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