The ice cream according to us
Who is the inventor of the ice cream cone?
America in the early 900 was the cradle of great dreams and inventions. Did you know that the idea of the famous ice cream cone belongs to an Italian?
Subsequently he patented a machine for producing 10 ice-cream per time.
It’s said that the following year, at the World's Fair in St. Louis, the ice cream man Charles Menches finished containers to serve customers. The banquet was near a Syrian pastry chef, Ernest Hamwi, who was selling a dough baked in a wafer press called "zalabia". To help the ice cream man, Hamwi thought to roll his zalabie and fill them with ice. The first was for an
cream cone, the other for a bouquet of flowers. But Menches has always claimed to have rolled him the first cone.
We probably will never come to the head of everything, but according to official documents, the cone has an Italian signature, like many other pastry masterpieces.
As often happens for the best dishes, the flash of genius comes from the lack of something. One might say, "luckily"!