Ice Cream.

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Ice Cream.

Postby pollywog » Sun Nov 25, 2007 7:30 am UTC

A thread for the discussion of iced cream, seeing as it's now getting into summer.

Favourite types, eating methods, accompaniments, flavours, everything.

I prefer a non-low-fat, Hokey Pokey, in a cone, maybe with a chocolate syrup.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby joeframbach » Sun Nov 25, 2007 7:32 am UTC

Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough.
I get a whole pint, sit down, and won't get up until I finish it.

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby loratwopointone » Sun Nov 25, 2007 7:33 am UTC

I love Ben and Jerrys ice cream, especially the Phish Food and Half Baked varieties. I can't stop eating it once I've started so I usually don't eat it unless someone is helping me otherwise I eat an entire tub and feel so icky afterwards!
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby parkaboy » Sun Nov 25, 2007 10:10 am UTC

loratwopointone wrote:I love Ben and Jerrys ice cream, especially the Phish Food and Half Baked varieties. I can't stop eating it once I've started so I usually don't eat it unless someone is helping me otherwise I eat an entire tub and feel so icky afterwards!


those are my favorites as well. i still want to try Americone Dream and i LOOOOOVE Everything But The...

for regular ice cream i like mint chocolate chip and Braums (a store in texas. i dunno if they have them elsewhere) had peppermint icecream with little chunks of candy cane in it. sooo yummy. honestly, though, i dont think i've ever met an icecream i didnt like.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Cassi » Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:07 pm UTC

joeframbach wrote:Ben & Jerry's Cookie Dough.
I get a whole pint, sit down, and won't get up until I finish it.


Mmm. Me too. Except here, instead of a pint, it's 500 ml, which is slightly larger! :D
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby no-genius » Sun Nov 25, 2007 12:10 pm UTC

Only if they are american pints. English pints are 568 ml.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Simius » Sun Nov 25, 2007 2:57 pm UTC

I don't really like Ben&Jerry's, there's too little real icecream in that stuff they sell (i.e. too much dough/caramel/chocolate/jam/yoghurt/cheese/otherweirdstuff). And it's so expensive.

I absolutely love the real Italian gelato. Favourite flavour might be Pistacchio.

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Angelene » Sun Nov 25, 2007 3:10 pm UTC

Haagen Daz used to do a chocolate cherry brownie that was just heavenly, ah and B&J used to do an oatmeal cookie with cinnamon ice cream that was very moreish. Nothing really stuns me at the moment. I do have a thing for mint choc chip, though. Ah, and homemade brown bread ice cream is amazing when done right.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby paperbird » Sun Nov 25, 2007 3:27 pm UTC

as it's getting into winter...
in summer I had a job selling icecream, really you can eat some the whole day aww...

I love hazelnut icecream and cookies and cream by haagen daz

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby grythyttan » Sun Nov 25, 2007 4:52 pm UTC

pollywog wrote:...seeing as it's now getting into summer.


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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Hammer » Sun Nov 25, 2007 4:56 pm UTC

I have coffee ice cream right now!
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Zohar » Sun Nov 25, 2007 5:51 pm UTC

Of the factory-manufactured flavors, Hagen Daz' (sp?) strawberry cheesecake is my favorite. However, I like many kinds of ice cream. The only flavors I distinctly don't like are chocolate (the only chocolatey thing I don't like) and strawberry.

And of course in a cone! It's half the fun!
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Mmmm, Pi » Sun Nov 25, 2007 5:55 pm UTC

Ben and Jerrys icecream is good, but only if somebody else is paying for it, or I have some body else to help me eat it. Otherwise, coffee icecream is great.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby apricity » Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:28 am UTC

paperbird wrote:cookies and cream by haagen daz

QFT! Plus Ben & Jerry's Coffee Heath Bar Crunch and Americone Dream, and Breyer's Coffee. Once in a while I'll just buy a pint and eat the whole thing... but I'm kind of lactose intolerant so I don't eat much ice cream. When I do, it's usually sugar-free Fudgesicles. Mmm.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby stockpot » Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:51 am UTC

Commercially, Baskin-Robbins Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough or Pumpkin Pie.
Nothing beats home-made strawberry ice cream, though. Except home-made sorbet.

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Flying Betty » Mon Nov 26, 2007 5:21 am UTC

Ben and Jerry's Half Baked. Mmmm. I also love Coldstone's cake batter ice cream. It tastes just like it sounds. Beyond that, you need to find a nice little local place that does amazing ice cream and is only open during the summer months. It really will make your life better.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby reishka » Mon Nov 26, 2007 8:18 am UTC

parkaboy wrote:
loratwopointone wrote:I love Ben and Jerrys ice cream, especially the Phish Food and Half Baked varieties. I can't stop eating it once I've started so I usually don't eat it unless someone is helping me otherwise I eat an entire tub and feel so icky afterwards!


those are my favorites as well. i still want to try Americone Dream and i LOOOOOVE Everything But The...

for regular ice cream i like mint chocolate chip and Braums (a store in texas. i dunno if they have them elsewhere) had peppermint icecream with little chunks of candy cane in it. sooo yummy. honestly, though, i dont think i've ever met an icecream i didnt like.


I used to work at Braum's back in Rockwall. One of the greatest perks was the employee-discounted (read: free) food/ice cream... I used to make a metric fuckton of shakes with all our ice cream there.. particularly taking mint chocolate chip and adding bananas and fudge to it... Mmmm... And our peppermint ice cream was awesome. I LOVED that stuff. Expecially if you mixed it with the dark chocolate that we had... Ooohh..

Shit, why did I stop working in an ice cream shop again? D:

Mint chocolate chip will always be my favourite, especially if it has bananas and fudge. Always always.

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby GhostWolfe » Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:25 am UTC

Flying Betty wrote:Beyond that, you need to find a nice little local place that does amazing ice cream and is only open during the summer months. It really will make your life better.

A few years ago, in the dead of winter, a small gelato place opened up a few blocks away, and there were line ups to get icy gelato treats. I'm a cold fish, I get cold at temperatures where normal people are walking around in shorts, and there I was almost every day in long pants, a big jumper, bundled up in a blanket, wrapped around a bowl of choc-hazelnut gelato.

ETA: I'm eating chocolate ice cream with peanut butter ripple right now.

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby dubsola » Mon Nov 26, 2007 11:22 am UTC

GhostWolfe wrote:A few years ago, in the dead of winter
I'm sorry, GhostWolfe, there is no such thing as winter in Brisbane. It is now 7 degrees Celcius in London.

I ate ice cream from the Brooklyn Ice Cream Factory, in a little hut underneath the Brooklyn Bridge, in the snow, in April this year. It was incredible.

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby GhostWolfe » Tue Nov 27, 2007 1:25 am UTC

dubsola wrote:
GhostWolfe wrote:A few years ago, in the dead of winter
I'm sorry, GhostWolfe, there is no such thing as winter in Brisbane.

Yeah, I figure that Brisbane is pretty much the only place in the world that could open an ice creamery in winter and be a huge success.

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Number3Pencils » Tue Nov 27, 2007 5:00 am UTC

Has anyone heard of Graeter's ice cream? The likelhood that you have decreases steadily as you move away from Cincinnati. It's one of very few things I like about Cincinnati. I've never had Ben & Jerry's, but I have a hard time believing anything could be as good as Graeter's.

tl;dr: Eat Graeter's ice cream every time the opprtunity arises.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Kizyr » Tue Nov 27, 2007 5:36 am UTC

- Mint Chocolate Chip (any)
- Green Tea (Haagen-Dasz in particular)
- Stephen Colbert's Americone Dream (Ben & Jerry's)
- Lychee (any)

I haven't had ice cream in a few months now, though. I had some... tooth issues that prevented me from eating anything cold. But, I got that taken care of last week, and it shouldn't be too long before I can have it again. KF
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby marshlight » Tue Nov 27, 2007 5:50 am UTC

Simius wrote:I absolutely love the real Italian gelato. Favourite flavour might be Pistacchio.

We have a gelato shop down the street that sells what they call baccio (chocolate hazelnut). It is delish.

I am also a fan of both pumpkin and apple pie seasonal flavors from Edy's. I am very, very sad that I have not seen the former for a while.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Elenion » Thu Nov 29, 2007 8:17 pm UTC

I LOVE ICE CREAM!

I could eat it every day. I almost do... At least in the summertime I do. I try to control myself^^ But I eat alot.

My FAV atm is Haagen-Daaz (sp?) Vanilla Caramel Brownie.. mmmm it's soooo good! (And soooo expencive... /cry) There's chunks of brownies in it... I mean... Can it get better?

Else I prefer chocolate ice cream:)
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby MFHodge » Thu Nov 29, 2007 8:39 pm UTC

My local favorite is Brewster's Birthday Cake - it's cake batter ice cream with blue frosting and rainbow sprinkles mixed in. A guy I know tried to frown while eating it and ended up in the hospital with a fractured sould.

I like B&J's best because I find that I can actually eat less of it than cheap stuff. If I'm scooping Bryer's from the carton, I make a big bowl and finish it. If I'm eating premium stuff from a pint, I can make my self put it away after a few spoonfulls.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby PatrickRsGhost » Thu Nov 29, 2007 9:28 pm UTC

My semi-cheap favorite is Mayfield Moose Tracks, which is vanilla ice cream with Moose Tracks brand fudge swirled in, and peanut butter cups.

My luxury (read: Ben & Jerry's) favorite is Half-Baked.

The best ice cream I've ever had came from a place called Marble Slab Creamery, which is similar to Cold Stone. Marble Slab makes their own ice cream, and they mix in whatever you want in the ice cream flavor of your choice. They call it Marble Slab for a reason...it's all done on a marble countertop.

Once in a while I'll go to Dairy Queen and either get a double-dipped cone or a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup or Brownie Blizzard. That's not real ice cream compared to the others though.

I've had Bruster's. They're not the best, but still rank well up there. Baskin Robbins IMHO has been going downhill for a few years. They're not as good as they used to be. I remember going there when I was a kid back in the 80s and thought it was the greatest thing. I went again a few years ago and it just didn't have the same appeal. Maybe it was just the store, but it seemed rather depressing.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Gem » Sat Dec 01, 2007 6:00 am UTC

I love Connoisseur. Especially the mint choc chip, it's got crunchy bits in it. And yeah any gelato is good.

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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby HedgehogsAreFunneh » Mon Dec 03, 2007 2:35 pm UTC

My all time fave ice cream-realted-thing would have to be a Sleeping Beauty, from this one little shop called tthe Bridge Drive In (BDI) in my home town.

Three flavours, four strawberries, several ounces of whipped cream, in half a pineapple. It took three of us to finish it. Mmmm...

On the more mundane side, I like mint&chocolate things best. Preferably not in a cone: inevitably I can't eat it fast enough and it gets all over my clothes. And face. And hair. And arms.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby b.i.o » Tue Dec 04, 2007 6:49 am UTC

My favorite ice creams are:
-anything with copious amounts of dark chocolate
-coffee ice cream
-coffee ice cream with copious amounts of dark chocolate (preferred)

Dark chocolate milkshakes are excellent as well.


I really don't like strawberry and mint chocolate chip much at all because I ate them way too much as a child. And anything with marshmallows/bubblegum flavor/etc. is not going in my mouth.

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Postby Prole » Wed Dec 05, 2007 10:26 am UTC

We have an ice cream here called a 'Brunch'

Consists of strawberry ice cream, covered in strawberry and biscuity bits, on a stick. Its Yum.

Cookie dough is the ultimate in pig - out ice cream though.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Kawa » Thu Dec 06, 2007 5:55 am UTC

Turtle cheesecake ice cream from Kilwin's is definitely a "luxury favorite". As for milk shakes, there's the luxury option (FAO Schwartz's sweet shop's chocolate milkshakes) and the definitely-not-luxury option (Steak & Shake's...anything.)
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Moo » Thu Dec 06, 2007 1:41 pm UTC

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Mine is the Haagen Dasz Cafe in Leicester Square, London (since it's the only one I know). They do a wicked dessert which is layers of Dulche de Leche (can't spell) and Pralines & Cream ice cream, caramel sauce and honey roasted nut sprinkles. Yes it's as sickening as it sounds. Mmmmmmmmmmm.

I also like Ben&Jerry's Caramel chew chew or Vermonster, and Cornetto/King Cone type cones from the freezer in the corner shop.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Iamwalrus » Fri Dec 14, 2007 2:41 am UTC

/sigh

Any ice cream sounds good right now. But what I'd kill for is some macinac island ice cream. Hell yeah.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby PictureSarah » Sat Dec 15, 2007 12:10 pm UTC

I, like Parka, have never met an ice cream I didn't like. But I have a special affinity for B&J's Mint Chocolate Cookie and Chocolate Fudge Brownie. Any sort of mint'n'chip is my default, and I prefer it not to be green. When I first moved to Boston, for a while I got into the habit of eating a little tray of California rolls and half a pint of Edie's coconut sorbet for dinner...and yet I lost a lot of weight. The world is unreasonable.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Moo » Mon Dec 17, 2007 1:10 pm UTC

There's a range of ice-creams in the UK (I don't know if it's anywhere else) (also it's not really a range as I've only seen two flavours but you know what I mean) called Skinny Cow and they do the mintiest choc-mint ice-cream I've ever had - not the best, note, the mintiest, but definitely passable as yummy. Without so much guilt. Yay.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby clockworkmonk » Mon Dec 17, 2007 4:00 pm UTC

In Austin, TX. There is Amy's Ice Cream. It's hard to describe in other words than amazing.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby snowolf » Thu Dec 17, 2009 7:43 pm UTC

I like to think I have a second stomach specifically for ice cream.
the best way to test if i'm really sick is if i decline eating ice cream.
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Re: Ice Cream.

Postby Nath » Thu Dec 17, 2009 8:18 pm UTC

clockworkmonk wrote:In Austin, TX. There is Amy's Ice Cream. It's hard to describe in other words than amazing.

Hey, I remember that. I tried it while visiting Austin about ten years ago.


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