The ice cream cone made its debut on July 23rd, 1904 at the St. Louis World’s Fair and quickly became a national sensation. Then called a “cornucopia,” the first ice cream cone was made from a thin, rolled waffle baked to a crisp and filled with two scoops of ice cream. While the public origin of the ice cream cone is certainly the St. Louis World’s Fair, the details of its invention remain a mystery. Several confectioners sold ice cream cones that day in 1904, and each claimed credit for the tasty innovation. Now a favorite mainstay of sultry summer afternoons, the ice cream cone turns 111 years old today. Shall we celebrate with a scoop?