Ice cream sundae

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NYNM
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Ice cream sundae - Fri, 10/12/07 9:17 PM
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What's your favorite?

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Fri, 10/12/07 10:25 PM
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What's your favorite?

French vanilla ice cream w/ hot fudge

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Sun, 10/14/07 11:59 PM
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English Toffee/Butter Brickle/Heath Bar Crunch All the same sort of Ice Cream, with Hot Fudge and Hot Carmel/Butterscotch on it.
A "Turtle Sundae" using that flavor combo is just about as good as it gets !

Helen Grace's a long-gone SoCal Ice cream Parlor chain made one that had two baseball sized scoops of that Ice Cream in a banana split dish. They gave you what looked like little creamer pitchers, one of Hot Fudge and one of Hot Carmel, and about half a cup of pecan pieces, You were expected to use all of the condiments to make your own Sundae!! That was my all-time favorite (1950's era)

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Mon, 02/18/08 3:08 PM
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Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream with peanut butter topping and hot fudge! Or Coffee Ice Cream with hot fudge and heath bar bits. YUM

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Thu, 02/21/08 8:05 AM
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The previous 2 posters and I seem to share the same brain when it comes to sundae favorites. I concur with their choices.

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Sun, 02/24/08 2:44 PM
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S'mores sundae for me. Rocky Road ice cream topped with marshmallow creme, whipped cream, cherry and 2 graham crackers. M-m-m

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Sun, 02/24/08 2:54 PM
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Vanilla ice cream with vanilla syrup & chocolate sprinkles!

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Wed, 06/18/08 11:28 AM
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Good quality vanilla ice cream with a drizzle of sweetened rice wine vinegar!

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Wed, 06/18/08 11:49 AM
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a waffle sundae with mint chocolate chip ice cream, hot fudge, strawberries, whip cream, and sprinkles. or a brownie sundae with strawberry ice cream, caramel, whip cream and sprinkles

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Thu, 06/19/08 7:40 AM
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Coffee ice cream, hot fudge, lots of whipped cream.

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Thu, 06/19/08 7:54 AM
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A great French Vanilla with lots of sliced bananas!!

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Thu, 06/19/08 7:36 PM
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Originally posted by magcentric

Good quality vanilla ice cream with a drizzle of sweetened rice wine vinegar!

Are you serious? Whatever does that taste like?

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Thu, 06/19/08 7:46 PM
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Black and white sundae. One scoop of Dutch chocolate covered with marshmallow and one scoop of vanilla covered with good homemade hot fudge - scoops side by side. The whole thing covered with butter-roasted pecans or almonds.

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Thu, 06/19/08 8:14 PM
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My Dad used to call Butter brickle( we used to buy Heath Bar ice cream)cricket ice cream.I believed him as I thought it was bugs-thought it was a cool concept.I still love that stuff!!!

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Fri, 06/20/08 3:29 AM
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Yes, I am serious about the rice wine vinegar. Vanilla ice cream is also good
with a sprinkling of champagne on it.

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Sat, 06/21/08 11:16 PM
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Oh, I SOOOOO agree with the Mayor.........and I don't particularly like ice cream sundaes but his sounds devine.

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Sun, 06/22/08 12:15 AM
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My mom orders this Cuisine Perel Late Harvest Riesling Vinegar, and the label on it suggests using it on ice cream. None of us has had the guts to try that, but maybe now...
Ma does say it's good enough to drink.

www.gourmetcountry.com

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Sun, 06/22/08 12:21 AM
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Chocolate ice cream with crushed pineapple.

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Sun, 06/22/08 12:39 AM
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Turtle or just hot fudge with nuts. I always like nuts in them because I think it adds nicely to the texture.

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RE: Ice cream sundae - Sun, 06/22/08 2:48 AM
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Yes, it is good enough to drink, or rather, to sip
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Originally posted by essemjay58

My mom orders this Cuisine Perel Late Harvest Riesling Vinegar, and the label on it suggests using it on ice cream. None of us has had the guts to try that, but maybe now...
Ma does say it's good enough to drink.

www.gourmetcountry.com