What ice cream flavor could you do without?
Anything with peanut butter or coconut in it. Mostly, I just prefer vanilla or butter brickle.
I actually don’t much like chocolate ice cream
There are some I like more than others, but there’s only one I will never eat again — black raspberry! Many years ago, my dad brought home a gallon container of that purple stuff, and then the refrigerator broke (or maybe it was a power outage). In any case, dad said we had to finish it even if it was soft. We did, but I never ate it again.
What’s blue moon? That’s a new one on me.
Good question! All I could think of was Blue Bunny.
Until you asked and I googled it, it never occurred to me that it is an Upper Midwest thing! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Moon_(ice_cream) I’ll put that in my “what I learned today” category!
It’s a smurf-blue ice cream that tastes a bit like fruit loops. Kids tend to like it a lot.
Sounds as if it belongs in the same category as black raspberry.
actually I like black raspberry a lot.
I’ve tried, unsuccessfully, to explain Blue Moon before to friends who aren’t from Wisconsin. I agree about the Fruit Loops-ish flavor, my daughter went through a Blue Moon phase when she was about 3-5 yrs old. I’m not a fan.
Sounds yucky to me. Guess I’d add anything like bubble-gum flavor, too.
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