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Eis mit cookie Thu, 08/7/08 12:42 AM (permalink)
Whenever I have ordered a cup of ice cream (eis) in Germany, it comes with a cookie stuck in on top. I don't recall seeing this in USA or other countries. Has anyone else seen this tradition? Where?
 
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    catosaurus

    RE: Eis mit cookie Thu, 08/7/08 1:09 AM (permalink)
    That's standard in trendy restaurants and in upscale gelato parlors. I can recall getting a cookie with my ice cream (or sherbet) way back in the 1950s/60s at Will Wright's.
     
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      BelleReve

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      RE: Eis mit cookie Thu, 08/7/08 12:26 PM (permalink)
      Not really a cookie, but there was an ice cream place in one of the local mall's food court that used to top each ice cream order with a small chocolate alligator or crawfish. I always thought it was a nice touch, and would be fairly easy to make at home with a mold, and melted almond bark.
       
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