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dyl
15.09.2003, 12:14
Just continuing the current trend for cullinary-themed polls! ;)

Naomi McFadyen
15.09.2003, 12:31
lol!
this brings me back years ago when I was staying at my grandparents place... we had vienetta for desert once, and granddad decided to put it in the microwave... came out flat and melted as ever! lol! so funny!

I like it cold personally... but melted cold... cant crunch the stuff proply cos my teeth are too sensitive...

:wink: :D

twigglet
15.09.2003, 13:14
Dyl you make me chuckle. Although ice cream is best when you let it melt and stir it all up loads so it goes all creamy, mmmm

rutty
15.09.2003, 13:35
Ice cream is great with a warm desert, like a lovely, crusty apple pie. Hmmmmm.... :P

leisa
15.09.2003, 16:40
HOT!!! as in baked alaska styley!! :lol:

stephen2001
16.09.2003, 12:19
I've had chocolate ice Cream with prawns before!
But I would like to point out, I was 3 or 4 at the time, and have absolutely no recollection of doing it!!

PeterBale
16.09.2003, 12:24
HOT!!! as in baked alaska styley!! :lol:

I second the baked alaska, but I would hope that the meringue has covered the ice cream so that the ice cream itself stays cool, and doesn't melt away :!: :wink: :lol:

leisa
16.09.2003, 17:36
lol!!! it tasted hot when i had it!! you still put it in the oven though dont you?? :? :shock: (no wonder no1 wants to come to mine for tea!!) :(

PeterBale
16.09.2003, 17:43
Probably because I remember when blocks of ice cream were really solid, and seemed to stay cold better - they had to in the days before fridges :!:

Well I remember going to the shop to buy the ice cream for tea, and then putting it in the larder, next to the air brick to keep it cool . . . (Sorry, off on the reminiscence trail again :oops: )

neiltwist
16.09.2003, 17:55
mmmmm, deep fried ice cream!

Cornishwomble
16.09.2003, 18:57
Garlic ice cream is suprisingly nice, mind you I was suprisingly drunk when I tried it!

faerie
16.09.2003, 21:51
MMMmmmm. Baileys Icecream :)

And cold, especially with hot apple pie or something. Hot's just plain wrong.
I used to do the whole let it melt and mix it all up. Until i realised that i didnt actually like it like that.after doing it many times

leisa
16.09.2003, 23:50
ah this is gettin exciting!! VODKA icecream!!!!!!!! (thats just orange juice vodka then eh craig???) :wink:

neiltwist
17.09.2003, 01:34
ah this is gettin exciting!! VODKA icecream!!!!!!!! (thats just orange juice vodka then eh craig???) :wink:

oooh, vodka jelly!

On the Horn
17.09.2003, 03:56
I like hot choclate sauce on cold ice cream - divine.

leisa
17.09.2003, 09:14
ah this is gettin exciting!! VODKA icecream!!!!!!!! (thats just orange juice vodka then eh craig???) :wink:

oooh, vodka jelly!

Vodka yoghurt!!! (ew ew :shock: )

michellegarbutt
17.09.2003, 12:15
Cold served with hot chocolate sauce (must have a splash of Dooleys stirred into it)

leisa
17.09.2003, 22:42
Cold served with hot chocolate sauce (must have a splash of Dooleys stirred into it)

Now that sounds nice!!

Mrs Womble
07.09.2004, 17:52
I had an ice cream in a mexican restuarnt that was covered in Cornflakes and then deep fried. It was ok but wouldn't have it again.

I really like ice cream in a glass of pepsi now thats nice - you all should try it!

lynchie
08.09.2004, 01:09
Nice dragging up of an old thread there... anyway, clearly ice-cream chould be cold enough to cause your head to feel like it's entirely frozen and about to explode!

BassoProfundo
08.09.2004, 01:15
Wish you hadn't resurrected this thread. I now have a 2 litre tub of Cornish vanilla I'm scoffing from. Diet what diet.

ian perks
11.10.2004, 18:23
What a stupid thing to ask!!

Lil Miss
12.10.2004, 06:55
i luv havin "icebergs" now that's basically ice-cream in a slurpie...(slurpie- crushed up ice w/ heaps of flavourin and color in it) Now that's something that gives u a headache...sooooooo cold yet so good :-)