Ice Cream Dreamin' at Lulu.com

Hey, Lulus! Did you know that July is National Ice Cream Month? Of course it is! Who doesn’t get excited about the thought of a big ol’ ice cream cone during these hot hot summer days? We at Lulu understand this, and want to do our part to ensure that you can locate and create content for all of your ice cream desires.

If summertime has you pulling the ice cream maker out of winter retirement but feeling anything but inspired by your standby vanilla recipe, check out these two books:

Of course, even if July is National Ice Cream Month, it’s still bathing suit season. For healthy and delicious recipes, there’s the The Dessert Diet. Following the same concepts as the Zone Diet and the South Beach Diet, this book has real desserts that are actually healthy!

If you think your homemade chocolate-caramel-coconut-macadamia-triple fudge fantasy or your strawberry-blueberry-blackberry-raspberry-very berry sorbet is the best thing ever, why not share it? Make your own book of ice cream recipes and sundae creations, low-fat, high-fat, all-dairy, non-dairy, whatever! Just be sure to include lots of drool-worthy pictures!

And if all of this happy ice cream fun is a little too sweet for you, check out Scream for Ice Cream for a fun summer scare. After reading it, you might want to think twice next time you hear the ice cream truck driving down your street!

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2 Comments

  1. Is interesting to drop pen on papers about ice cream celebration.l am glad in deed to hear that lulu is vast in delicious food and added ice cream to control stress when the sun is high as we are exustive in our seminar presntation.The book is timely, l therefor encourage people to buy it.Only my teeth rejects ice cream at times.But my two children and my wife love to have it irrespective of the season.

  2. I would like to find the approach to co-work with Lulu in East Asia Area(South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines). Who should I contact?

    Thanks.

    Larry

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