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Old July 13th, 2006, 02:30 PM
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My fav' is the classic Nestle DRUMSTICK.

Conveniently ready to serve with all the good stuff built right in: Sugar cone, creamy vanilla ice cream, caramel center and chocolate coating with nuts. Nuff said.

Sometimes we opt for Safeway's generic Lucerne version of the Drumstick, which is just as good at a much cheaper price.

I wish Costco would bring in the same bulk-size DRUMSTICK variety pack like they have at Sam's. That's a good deal. Hawaii Kai Costco's ice cream selection SUCKS.
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Old July 13th, 2006, 05:19 PM
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Mmmm... this is a tasty thread! I enjoy teh Mac Nut Ice cream, Ben & Jerry's, and I must gets Bubbies!!!
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Old July 20th, 2006, 12:52 AM
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That new ice cream store at the Ala Moana Food Court is called Marble Slab Creamery. It's a franchise type of place (napkins even had a phone number and a URL if you wanted to start one) that seems to be another alternative to Stone Cold Creamery, prices are slightly higher, the staff doesn't feel the need to sing while working but the counter person making my dessert did pile a lot of chocolate chips into my 7 ounce cup.

They even had a Slab Club card. Buy 5 ice cream get your 6th free. However the fine print in the back says you get a stamp for each purchase. So if you buy 3 cups as one purchase does it count for 1 stamp or 3 stamps?
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Old May 8th, 2008, 10:49 PM
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The Marble Slab Creamery at Ala Moana Food Court closed up a few months ago. A Cinnabon is in the space now.
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Old May 9th, 2008, 01:13 AM
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oh, i love ice cream! My faves from Cold Stone are: Chocolate Devotion, Peanut Butter Cup Perfection, and Germanchokolatekake!

I love choclate ice cream with lots of stuff in it - love brownie pieces and nuts (mac nuts, walnuts, pecans - whatever)... in the freezer right now we have Dreyer's Grand Double Fudge Brownie. I will usually scoop out the ice cream and then add stuff to it like Hershey's chocolate syrup and nuts.

At Cold Stone, I get the kiddie size, too, PZ, not because I couldn't finish it, but because I shouldn't finish it all!
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Bovinity Divinity!!! Best ice cream I ever had. I think its made by Ben & Jerry. It has white chocolate cow shapes in white and regular chocolate swirls. Mmmmmm! Haven't been able to find it in 2 years...I hope it wasn't discontinued...
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When I was a teen in NJ, Sealtest had a flavor called Heavenly Hash. It was. These days, I dig Safeway Select's Cinnamon Cashew Swirl. BOGO! I think someone else is catching on. I was lucky to score two yesterday!
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Old May 9th, 2008, 11:59 AM
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My husband and I once had Cold Stone, and didn't care for it... can't remember why.

My faves are Ben & Jerry's Cherry Garcia. Haagen Dasz French Vanilla, Strawberry, and their almond and chocolate version that I can't remember the name. Or any ice cream with chocolate chips!
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While not actually "ice cream," my favorite ice dessert is vanilla custard at a small ice cream parlor in Willow Glen, the Willow Glen Frozen Yogurt Co.

Vanilla & chocolate are the only custards they make; I'd kill for some lemon custard.

Anybody make custards in Hawaii? Please lemme know.
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New ice cream love....mochi ice cream from the little ice cream place in Haleiwa. They are just right; not too hard and not too soft! I'm just sorry I had to go 40+ years before ever tasting one

Now we go about every week, just for one or two. That hits the spot. We alternate them with lilikoi/li hing mui shave ices (another new love.)

DH loves butter pecan milkshakes from Coldstone, but you can't always find that flavor. My favorite is some kind of chocolate with almonds, preferably in a crunchy cone.
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http://specials.msn.com/A-List/Lifes...entid=30480471

Feeling a bit peckish!
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I have a small ice cream maker from Cuisinart that makes about 1 1/2 qt at a time so I can make ice cream anytime and any flavor I like. Lately I've been making a lot of Kona Coffee gelato, with additions like hazenuts or chocolate bits. It's very good and very easy to make.
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http://shopping.yahoo.com/news/vanil...002501304.html

It's called vanilla ice cream because they all taste alike.
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http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/...dwich/2553737/

Ice cream and pop tarts go together.
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For the past year my favorite ice cream is Twix pint. Sometimes I get the pint of Snickers.
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