An ice cream cone, poke (Northern Ireland and Scotland) or cornet is a dry, cone-
shaped pastry, usually made of a wafer similar in texture to a waffle, which ...
For over a century, Americans have been enjoying ice cream on a cone. Whether
it's a waffle cone, a sugar cone or a wafer cone, what better way to enjoy a ...
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ice cream cones and waffle bowls are the tastiest ways to enjoy ice cream at ...
Jun 2, 2013 ... In the early 20th century, eating was still a formal affair, involving napkins, tables
and rules of etiquette. Ice cream was served as a delicate ...
Ice Cream Cone Makes Appearance at World's Fair Would you rather eat
delicious, creamy ice cream from a bowl or a cone? Over time, several inventors
Ice cream cones have been attributed to the wrong inventor. A pushcart vendor,
Italo Marchiony, is the true inventor of the ice cream cone and here's why.
A creative twist on the traditional birthday cake. Kids will love eating their cake in
a cone instead of on a plate!
In its purest form an ice cream cone should be of conical shape. The first true
edible conical shaped cone for serving ice cream was created at the St. Louis ...
Making ice cream cones at home is very easy. It's quite fun if you have an electric
waffle-cone maker, although you can bake them in the oven with great success ...
Get this all-star, easy-to-follow 'Cake' Ice Cream Cones recipe from Paula Deen.