There are moments when you are in the middle of the winter, outside is snowing but you want to feel like in a warm and sunny day. What you should do? The answer is very simple. Write down the recipe, we give it for free 🙂 So, take an eskimo, sit down with your friends and enjoy your ice-cream. This is it 🙂 Moreover that in this day, 24th of January in 1922, Christian Nelson said : “Eskimo will look like this” and everybody believed him and even gave him patent. From that moment, in this day is celebrated The International Day of Eskimo. We also decided to be a part of this holiday 🙂 Here’s why each employee from our office recieved the well deserved eskimo.
P.S.: You already ate your eskimo? No? Than we come to you!
Long ago, in one of the cinemas in Paris, a film about Eskimo people was screened. A smart merchant, whose name was Charles Gervais, decided to sell the visitors chocolate-covered ice cream bars before the movie. Parisians didn’t spend long time thinking and named it “Eskimo Pie”. And that’s how it’s history began 🙂
ESKIMO. On the day of January 24, 1922, one clever man, named Christian Nelson, received a patent for the Eskimo pie – ice cream glazed with chocolate on a stick. Since then, everything just rolled ahead. Eskimo this, Eskimo that, round, square, chocolate completely, chocolate not completely, with pieces of fruit, covered with white chocolate.
Cândva demult, în unul dintre cinematografele Parisului se derula un film despre eschimoși. Un comerciant isteț, pe nume Charles Gervais, a decis să le vândă spectatorilor înghețată cremoasă pe băț, acoperită cu glazură de ciocolată. Parizienii nu au stat mult pe gânduri și au decis să o numească ”Eskimo”. Așa a început istoria acestei delicatese