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The Banana Split Book

Contributed by: Jennifer Wickes

The Ice Cream Sundae is now 100 years old! The Banana Split Book is more than a recipe book for making one banana split, but one that explains the history of bananas, how the sundae was created as well as 150 variations offered across the country!

The Banana Split Book: Everything There Is to Know About America's 
Greatest Dessert
Michael Turback is a restaurateur, food writer, wine judge and ice cream enthusiast living in Ithaca, New York. After his first book, A Month of Sundaes, he became one of the country's leading authorities on the history of ice cream.

With splatterings of trivia, quotes from famous people and a ton of research about bananas and ice cream in the United States, the author takes us on a journey of the Ice Cream Sundae. With photos and recipes from all over the country, including one recipe from Bermuda, Turback searches for the best ice cream sundae. This book shows you that there are hundreds of possible creative combinations that equal the ice cream sundae.

If you really love ice cream, and are interested in jazzing up your life with some creative adaptations of the ice cream sundae, pick up this book. It is definitely worth the price.

"The Banana Split Book: Everything There Is to Know About America's Greatest Dessert"
Michael Turback
Camino Books; (March 1, 2004)
Paperback: 166 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 9.00 x 0.50 x 6.25
ISBN: 094015983X

This article was originally published at Suite 101.

Jennifer Wickes is the editor at "Cookbook Reviews" and "Cooking With The Seasons", which has been voted to be one of the Top 100 Culinary Sites on the Internet! For more information about Jennifer Wickes or her columns, please go to: http://www.suite101.com/profile.cfm/CulinaryJen


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