National Ice Cream Cone Day - 2021-09-22
What is National Ice Cream Cone Day?
On September 22, National Ice Cream Cone Day continues! It was created in 1938 by the New York Dairy Council to celebrate the ice cream cone's invention in 1903 by Italo Marchiony. The ice cream cone is an edible vessel that has been used to hold ice cream for centuries. Its origins were first mentioned in French cookbooks, and it was originally called a “little waffle.” The cone was invented by accident when a Parisian pastry chef named Ernest Hamwi rolled a waffle into the shape of a cone and put it on top of an ice cream scoop. In the late 1800s, ice cream cones became popular in the United States. They were originally handmade by confectioners. The ice cream cone was introduced at the World’s Fair in St. Louis in 1904. A few years later, an inventor from Oregon received a patent for an invention to create them and sold his company to Nabisco in 1928. Nabisco still makes ice cream cones today.
When is National Ice Cream Cone Day?
On September 22nd, the unofficial holiday celebrating ice cream cones continues!
History of National Ice Cream Cone Day
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