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Andrew Enriquez
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  • 1. Milkshake Andrew Enriquez Mrs. Reed Physical science per. 5 Spring 2010 
  • 2. History About Milkshakes
    • In 1885 milkshakes use to have alcohol on them and they were healthful sturdy eggnog drinks that had whiskey and eggs in them.
    • In the 1900’s they started to make flavored milkshakes such as chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry.
    • In 1922 a Walgreens employee named Ivar Coulson had put two scoops of ice cream in old-fashioned malted milk.
    http:// www.mshake.com/history.html
  • 3. First Milkshakes Sellers
    • It came before the “the smoothie, the slush, the Icee, or the Slurpee”
    • In the 19 century the milkshake was more like a cocktail than a desert
    • The invention of soda fountains and kitchen blenders helped make milkshake popular
    http://www.avclub.com/milwaukee/articles/the-sweet-history-of-the-milkshake,22925/
  • 4. Flavors
    • “Old-school fans swear by the Holy Trinity of chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry, but a more experimental generation has tinkered with Oreos, peanut butter, bananas, and even avocados. ”
    http://www.avclub.com/milwaukee/articles/the-sweet-history-of-the-milkshake,22925/ http://theramadanblog.blogspot.com/2009/08/ramadan-iftar-recipe-from-morocco.html
  • 5. How to Make Milkshakes
    • Fill the blender with milk to the first line.
    • Add two scoops of ice cream (any type).
    • Add two squirts of desired flavored syrup.
    • Mix with the speed on high then low.
    • Add milk or ice cream to thicken the taste or make it thinner.
    • Add whipped cream and a cherry on top (optional).
    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Milkshake
  • 6. Ingredients/materials
    • Blender
    • Ice cream of your choice
    • Flavored syrup of your choice
    • Whipped cream and a cherry
    • Milk
    http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Milkshake
  • 7. Bibliography
    • http://www.mshake.com/history.html
    • http://www.avclub.com/milwaukee/articles/the-sweet-history-of-the-milkshake,22925/
    • http://theramadanblog.blogspot.com/2009/08/ramadan-iftar-recipe-from-morocco.html
    • http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Milkshake
    • http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Milkshake

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