Jewish Museum food
Jan Ivarsson TransEdit
jan.ivarsson at TRANSEDIT.ST
Thu Jul 11 12:32:39 UTC 2002
The German "Eis" actually covers both "ice" and "ice-cream" - if you want to specify, you say "Speiseeis", ice for eating. The "Eiscreme" is a special type of "Speiseeis", soft and coming out of a machine instead of being scooped up with a spoon.
And I am not sure that a German would consider the word being a loan from English: "Creme" was borrowed from French long ago.
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