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Old 01-13-2005, 02:00 PM   #11
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How do you make the orange cream? That sounds wonderful!
Since my wife and MIL own a Dairy Queen, they have Orange slush syrup...with a little extra cream.
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Old 01-13-2005, 02:02 PM   #12
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How do you make the orange cream? That sounds wonderful!
Since my wife and MIL own a Dairy Queen, they have Orange slush syrup...with a little extra cream.
What a family to be married into! :D
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Vanilla, sometimes with a little malt!

On I-5 on the way to Oregon there's a little diner. Called MRS. BEASLY'S they have the worlds best peanut butter shakes. I would kill for one of those right now.
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Does anyone else have Brewster's Ice Cream near them? They have something called a Cappuccino Freeze. Essentially it's a coffee milkshake but they add a splash of seltzer so it has some fizz, too. It's SO good!
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choc malt
vanilla malt
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PA, there is a Brewster's about 20 min from me. I have only been there twice & I don't remember what I had but it was good!

The kids picked out the ice cream & since the store had Edy's on sale 2 for $5 that's what we got. TC picked out double chocolate brownie & Savanah picked Toll House cookie swirl. I had a milk shake made from the cookie swirl topped with whipped cream(the one in the squirt can :oops: ), Hershey's syrup, & 2 cherries. All I can say right now is YUMMY!!

Pdswife, I love malt's! Just a plain vanilla malt is all I want though.
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PA, there is a Brewster's about 20 min from me. I have only been there twice & I don't remember what I had but it was good!
We don't go much because it seems awfully pricey, but when they have 50 cent off coupons in the summer I treat myself to those Cappuccino drinks every once in a while. Plus, at least up here, they have an offer that if you go when it's raining or snowing you get your 2nd scoop for free.
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Cool ,that's a great offer. I have a couple of coupons now for buy & scoop get one free. I just never think about going there because it's kinda out of the way for us.
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I pass mine every day on my way to and from work.

I have to exert such willpower!!!
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Luckly the only time I pass the one around here we are either going or comming home from the in-laws & don't really have time to stop. I'd be in trouble if I passed it every day!
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