07.05.16: Ice Cream Month
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You’ve never eaten ice cream like this before! From crazy flavor combinations like ube (a purple yam) and vanilla, to nitrogen ice cream (yep, you read that right!), we’re sharing some of the country’s best. Since July is National Ice Cream Month, we’re going around the United States to tell you about yummy ways that you can cool off with this tasty treat this summer. Plus, call up your friends and invite them over for an ice cream party because we’ve got some great tips on how to make your own ice cream buffet. This National Ice Cream Month, we’re giving you plenty of reasons to say "OOH IT'S SO GOOD!!®"
-What’s your favorite flavor? - “Cup or Cone?" - Ice Cream Flavors - Nitrogen Ice Cream (Begins at 0:00)
Featured Places: Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt, Chill-N Nitrogen Ice Cream, a la Minute Ice Cream, Spun Ice Cream
-Ice Cream Around the Country (Begins at 9:00)
Featured Recipes: Banana Split Bombe
Featured Brands: Clumpies, Creole Creamery, Dave’s Ice Cream, Humphrey Slocombe, Haagen Dazs, Ben & Jerry’s
-Interview with Jerry Smith at Jaxson’s Ice Cream (Begins at 20:00)
Featured Recipes: Kitchen Sink Pie
Featured Places: Jaxson’s Ice Cream
-How Do You Make the Perfect Ice Cream Buffet? (Begins at 30:59)
Featured Recipes: Chocolate Sauce
Featured Places: Putnam Pantry
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