Tuesday, July 20, 2021
Ice cream cone molds in the 1910s
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The biscuit dough or paste, which is of the consistency of a thick fluid, is poured from a can, that may be provided with one or more spouts…. The [heated] plates are then closed, and the cup or dish is formed by the dough being pressed into the space between the core and the mold. It is then baked by the apparatus being placed over a gas or other fire...”
#701,776 Apparatus for baking biscuit-cups for ice-cream. Antonio Valvona of Manchester, England. Filed July 12, 1901. Patented June 3, 1902 HERE
Cone shaped mold 1913
#1,063,981 Apparatus for and method of making pastry shells. Edward H Lanier of Cincinnati, Ohio. Filed March 21, 1908. Patented June 10, 1913. HERE
Closeup of cone top into base 1916
#1,200,600 Machine for making pastry cones. Peter Cornie Flagstad, Oscar Flagstad. St. Paul MN Filed Mar. 15, 1909. Patented Oct. 10,1916. HERE
"Interior of workshop of Sanitary Ice Cream Cone Co. See 4830. Boys packing cones are John Myers, 14 years old (see 4830) and a boy 12 years old who is working steady now. Boss said: 'He said he wasn't going to school so I took him.' Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma / Lewis W. Hine." from National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress.
Ice cream talk
Au 28 Sat 4-5:30 Summer Escapes: Here's the Scoop. Sarah Wassberg Johnson. Archaeology Now HERE
Ice cream in the Age of Enlightenment. Ivan Day. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, CT. Se 21, 2020. TAPES of ice cream demo HERE and lecture HERE.
A History of Ice Cream. A Recipe from 1789. Parmasan Cheese by Frederick Nutt. Tasting History with Max Miller TAPE HERE
Past blog posts on Ice Cream (lots!) HERE
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