This article from America’s Test Kitchen, first and foremost, raises the question of whether or not a tendency toward cones or cups for your summer scoops is genetic. (Louise Emerick explains her long lineage of cone-lovers.) Then, for those of you who always go cone over cup, she offers a recipe of how to make your own.
It’s a little lengthy, slightly step-heavy, but promises to yield a delicate sugar cone far fresher than the commercial ones you’re used to. And -- we’re guessing that a cone roller is not something everyone has on hand in their kitchen arsenals -- you don’t need any special equipment to do this. Just a long afternoon, a bit of patience, and a pint of your favorite flavor.
How to Make Sugar Cones from America’s Test Kitchen
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