What is your favorite flavor of ice cream??<br><br>We hardly ever buy ice cream, but last night, I needed some (no, I'm not pregnant, just a craving). We hardly ever buy the expensive kind, but oh, yummy, it looked so good, and I could not choose, so I got to choose TWO Ben & Jerry's flavors: <br><br><br><br>I broke into this one last night - NY SuperFudge (because I am not the best photographer, it might be hard to read the contents in the picture above) - it is chocolate with "white & dark fudge chunks, pecans, walnuts & fudge-covered almonds." All I can say is YUM, YUM, YUM:<br><br><br><br>And this one, well, I have yet to try some, I only cracked it open to show all of you what it looks like (well maybe so I could take a peek too). I'm not sure about the name, "Chunky Monkey," it just sounds wrong. Maybe it needs a dancing banana on the label (hint, hint, for more potential post padding). It is banana ice cream with "fudge chunks and walnuts."<br><br><br><br>MrsJC<br><br>Sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug
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Any kind with a candy bar crunched into it is good to me. Snickers®. Butterfinger®, Heath®. It's all good.<br><br>But my absolute favorite is just plain old Vanilla ice cream with the real vanilla beans in it, not that imitation, yogurty stuff. Something about the texture of real ice cream and the taste of real vanilla extract is just wonderful. Most times I also pour some milk on it or, when I'm feeling really daring, some Coke®. <br><br>Now I want some. Darn you to heck. <br>
Loc: Milan (Italy) - Madrid (Spain)
Plain vanilla and plain chocolate are my favourites. I like also "pistacho" (don't know how to say it in English), but I hardly find a really good one.<br>Now I'm trying to avoid ice creams and sweets in general, although I'll become an elephant because I feel really hungry.<br><br>
* Kahula Mocha Almond (with Kahula)<br>(*real Kahula - and for adults only)<br>Schoolhouse Ice Cream<br>"Quality is the key word at Schoolhouse Ice Cream. All products are made with the finest ingredients and on the premises. Their ice cream is called super premium because it is made with [color:red]16% butterfat</font color=red>, cocoa powder imported from Holland, and only the best fruits and nuts available. "<br><br>Yum : )<br><br><br><br>
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