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The ice cream truck has almost completed its party delivery assignment and the delicious ice creams could be delivered only after clearing the parking procedure. Help out with parking the ice cream truck, because the children are waiting for their cold treat. Have Fun!
Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun, and do you also enjoy to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Ice Cream Truck game online right now. Am I right? ;)
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It's the sound of summer, a string of jangly notes cutting through the sticky-hot air. It’s hard to imagine now, but for much of human history, Slurpees and Klondike bars and even the humble Reckless Rainbow would have been considered status symbols. Difficult to obtain and harder to store, ice itself was once a luxury. According to MentalFloss.com ice cream came to America with the first colonists. British settlers brought recipes with them, and the treat found space at the Founding Fathers’ tables. George Washington loved it. Thomas Jefferson was such a fan that he studied the art of ice cream making in France and returned with a machine so he could churn his own flavors at Monticello. In the 1860s, thousands of New York City peddlers were selling penny licks and ice cream sandwiches to ravenous crowds. They were really the first ice cream trucks. They started ice cream as a street food. These days ice cream trucks are often brightly decorated and carry images of ice cream, or some other adornment, such as cartoon characters. A distinctive feature of the ice cream truck is their melodic chimes, and often these take the form of a famous and recognizable tune. It is common for a ice cream truck to sell both pre-manufactured ice pops in wrappers, and soft serve ice cream from a machine, served in a cone.
According to Grandparents.com there are many fun facts for kids about ice cream. Ice cream was introduced to America in the 1700s, but was a rare and exotic dessert enjoyed mostly by those of status and wealth. Immigrants at Ellis Island were served ice cream as part of their first meal in America. The United States has the world's highest per capita consumption of ice cream, with each American consuming an average of 48 pints per year. More ice cream is sold on Sunday than any other day of the week. It takes an average of 50 licks to finish one scoop of ice cream.