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Ice Cream 101

Have you always wanted to rival the Creamery with your ice-cream-making prowess? Your chance has arisen!

This weekend, the College of Agricultural Sciences is hosting “Ice Cream 101: Introduction to Frozen Desserts,” a compact course that teaches the basics of ice cream composition, formulation, and processing.

Taught by past and present Penn State faculty, the course involves both lectures and hands-on exercises. According to the website, ice cream lovers, small-business owners, and entrepreneurs are welcome to attend.

When:  Saturday, 7:45 am – Sunday, 5:30 pm

Where:  Agricultural Science and Industries Building

Cost: $695

Yes, this two-day class actually costs $695. But if you truly love frozen flavored pasteurized homogenized bovine mammary secretions, it’s worth every penny.

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