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 Problems with Ted Drewes???

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Leania_1stone

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Problems with Ted Drewes??? Sun, 05/4/08 8:52 PM (permalink)
Just wondering if anyone had been there recently and had issues with the concretes? I went to St Louis over the weekend and headed to Ted Drewes last night it wasn't too busy I ordered the hawaiian concrete sorry if my spelling is bad just spent like 13 hrs in a car lol and when I got it they didn't turn it upside down and I noticed it was very loose and runny they couldn't tell me what the problem was gave me a fresh one and it was exactly the same so I gave up trying anyone had any problems lately? Just curious
 
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    seafarer john

    RE: Problems with Ted Drewes??? Sun, 05/4/08 9:05 PM (permalink)
    Who the Hell eats concrete?

    Cheers, John
     
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      Leania_1stone

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      • Location: Searcy, AR
      RE: Problems with Ted Drewes??? Sun, 05/4/08 9:49 PM (permalink)
      Well it's what they are famous for u know so I thought I'd try it since I'd never been there
       
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        mayor al

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        • Location: Louisville area, Southern Indiana
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        RE: Problems with Ted Drewes??? Sun, 05/4/08 9:54 PM (permalink)

        Don't let John scare you ! He was at the World's Fair in St Louis when the Ice Cream Cone was introduced to the World in 1904 and hasn't been back since !

        I must admit I prefer my Malts and Shakes, 'Thick, but Strawable'!
         
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          Leania_1stone

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          • Location: Searcy, AR
          RE: Problems with Ted Drewes??? Mon, 05/5/08 9:22 AM (permalink)
          Well next time I'll go for something else it was definately a let down the highlight of my trip ended up being somewhat of a bummer lol it tasted great regardless but if we go back we'll try something else :)
           
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            the grillman

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            • Location: Saint Charles, MO
            RE: Problems with Ted Drewes??? Mon, 05/5/08 9:27 AM (permalink)
            We go about once a month, and the concretes are always thick and tasty. I’ve never experienced an “off” moment there. I’d suggest this is an aberration.
             
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              qwerty79

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              • Location: Daytona, FL
              RE: Problems with Ted Drewes??? Mon, 05/5/08 3:31 PM (permalink)
              I haven't been to Ted Drewes, but Dairy Queen does the same thing with their blizzards. Sometimes they will turn it upside down and sometimes they don't because it is too loose. I think it might have to do with the temperature of either the machine or the weather.
               
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