Big Gay Ice Cream by Bryan Petroff and Douglas Quint is an eccentric new gift book that brings a
plot twist to the beloved frozen summertime treat. Meshing together an alternative lifestyle, eccentric narrative and unique ice cream dessert recipes, this book is a hybrid between a cook book and a coffee table book. Filled with high quality, full color photographs, colorful retro graphics and a variety of real life people from all walks of life- not phony models, this book will appeal to a broad readership. No one is excluded in this book as it depicts people of all shapes, sizes, ages, ethnicity and lifestyle choices- this book bridges the gap in the traditional black and white gender roles, redefining gender as a broad spectrum with no clear distinction. This unique book integrates the theme of a high school yearbook to classify the ice cream recipes as easy- as in the Freshman section with Ice Cream 101 up to the advances senior level options. For anyone who likes alternative culture and eccentric gifts, this is a good choice. For those who are easily offended or have a traditional or old fashioned mindset- the meaning of this book will not be appreciated and will be met with confusion or with bias. As a blogger I received a copy of this book published by 10 Speed Press.