Wednesday, August 2, 2017

ice cream bowls


The whole time I was thinking, why bother when the bowls used to shape these things are so adorable themselves?

Then when I tore up the bowl and ate it with the ice cream like a crispy tortilla the whole time I was thinking, "oh man, this is ace." 

Sugar on sugar I can actually feel it right in my teeth. Like potato chips and ice cream except sweet instead of salty. 

Then the idea of a pile of potato chips with ice cream seemed really great.

And the best thing about this whole experiment is I can do that right now. 

5 comments:

chickelit said...

Sugar on sugar I can actually feel it right in my teeth. Like potato chips and ice cream except sweet instead of salty.

I haven't a sweet tooth; I have a "lard-tooth."

I get a "lard-on" for chips and fries.

Hungry now.

Fr Martin Fox said...

Salty stuff tastes great with ice cream. A roommate of mine years ago taught me this, when he introduced me to eating pretzels with ice cream. I scoffed; he said, "try it." He was right.

Nowadays "salted caramel" ice cream is the thing, but my friend from years ago was way ahead of the curve on this one.

ndspinelli said...

My mother-in-law would eat pickles w/ chocolate cake. Same concept of salty and sweet. I'm going to try pretzels and ice cream. In the midwest, it's tough to find my favorite ice cream and a staple back east, the classic maple walnut. I hardly ever see it @ ice cream shops and never in the freezer aisle. We just got back from Nova Scotia and I ate my fill of great, high fat, maple walnut ice cream. Hosers know ice cream.

Sixty Grit said...

I had some ice cream back in the 1980s. Haven't had any since.

ColoradoJim said...

My grandfather would have a pickle after dessert or had eaten something sweet. He said he needed something to "cut" the sweetness.