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King Charles I, George Washington and Giacomo Casanova are just three famous ice-cream lovers. The first kept in his private employ a renowned French chef who specialized in making ice cream, paying him a hefty yearly sum to keep his recipes secret ‏(they were revealed only after the English king was beheaded‏); in the summer of 1790, America’s first president purchased $200 worth of ice cream − a fortune in...