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Old 10-17-2018, 05:06 PM   #1
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Popeye's In France Does Chicken Flavored Ice Cream on a stick...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=kH2u2m-ePc4

Yes I would have tried it

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So would I - out of curiosity. It would have to be exceptionally good to have it a second time.

The only savoury ice that I've tasted is a tomato sorbet from a 1930s recipe. I used it two or three times as a first course but you could serve it as a palate cleanser between courses as sorbets used to be served. It's interesting and refreshing.
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So would I - out of curiosity. It would have to be exceptionally good to have it a second time.

The only savoury ice that I've tasted is a tomato sorbet from a 1930s recipe. I used it two or three times as a first course but you could serve it as a palate cleanser between courses as sorbets used to be served. It's interesting and refreshing.

They only did this as a one day stunt. I do not care, I want some.
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