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I was hoping for an ice cream adventure but this was a memoir by a mean girl. Too much about her own experience which was much ado about nothing. She clearly didn't take off her sunglasses when she visited Milwaukee or she would have discovered more beauty and great ice cream in addition to the custard. Her superficial presentation of my own foodie backyard made me doubt her analysis of others. Also, narrators need to know how to pronounce people's names. Bud Selig was the Commissioner of Baseball! His name is pronounced like see not sell. Even Gilles Custard was mispronounced. If you want an ice cream adventure talk to local foodies and leave this book on the shelf.
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Very much enjoyed this book. Amy's journey for ice cream was both refreshing and insightful. I was pleasantly surprised by the numerous historical additions she wonderfully incorporated in her story telling.
I'm looking forward to making some small journeys with my family to try out some of the spots she visited. Thank you Amy for perusing your passion for all things ice cream and for sharing!