ice cream


'Cold things have little smell, and one of the attractions of a snowy night is the total blank our nose perceives. Part of the fun of ice cream is the surprise when a huge flavour develops in the warmth of your mouth. Try this: put some strawberries and ice in a blender, give the mixture a twirl until the ice is finely crushed, wait for ten seconds, then take off the lid and smell. What you get is hard-boiled eggs, because the strawberries contain light, sulphur-containing compounds that alone manage to struggle free at this low temperature.'
turin | secret of scent | ice cream | smell | strawberries |


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