Home-made ice cream

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2005/06/13 12:08:36 (permalink)

Home-made ice cream

I had a cone of some of the best tasting ice cream I've had in a long time yesterday afternoon. It was hand-scooped at a small ice cream shop in Takoma Park, MD - Island Delights is the name of the shop and they did have a selection of non-dairy and lo-carb/calorie options (Takoma Park being a vegetarian/vegan-leaning town). The flavor was Mango-coconut and it was out of this world delicious!! you'd think that the coconut would be very sweet, but it was really more of an undertone to the mango; the ice cream had visible flecks of mango in it. If it hadn't been so hot yesterday, in fact, I would have taken home a pint of the ice cream, but I was afraid it wouldn't make it all the way home without melting!

Well, back to lurking. [:P]
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    dbouma
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    RE: Home-made ice cream 2006/06/05 01:44:01 (permalink)
    Have you tried soft serve depot, their soft serve mix rocks, and the have shake making kits along with home make ice cream maker kits. Many flovors to choose freom and they are paypal ready.

    www.softservedepot.com
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