Haggis or Pork Pie ice cream anyone?

  GRIDD 12:55 29 Aug 2008
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No, well, what about yorkshire pudding flavour then?

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  €dstowe 13:21 29 Aug 2008

I had garlic ice cream once at the Isle of Wight Garlic Festival. It was as disgusting as it sounds - as will be the ones described in your link, I'm sure.

  Brumas 14:20 29 Aug 2008

The most unusual ice cream I have ever tasted was "Tiger Ice cream" in America. Orange ice cream swirled with Liquorice ice cream which not only looked good but tasted surprisingly even better! The ice cream parlour boasted over 50 different 'combos' and I have never seen or heard of it anywhere else :o(

  Quickbeam 14:22 29 Aug 2008

Any 3 on there own, yes... together, NO!

  Bingalau 14:42 29 Aug 2008

I don't think there will be a big demand for any of that lot. Yukkk!

  Mr Mistoffelees 14:44 29 Aug 2008

NO!

  spuds 14:49 29 Aug 2008

Still won't beat the Knickerbocker Glories at the Boon Bang in Brunei Town, on a late Saturday night, early Sunday morning. Those were the days ;o)

  version8 16:22 29 Aug 2008

Is this a regional thing?
A bit like having deep-fried mars bars in Leeds/Newcastle?

  GRIDD 19:25 29 Aug 2008

That ice cream sounds lovely, my favourite is "Chunky Monkey" which is banana and big chunks of chocolate.

  wee eddie 19:56 29 Aug 2008

I think that this qualifies as a "Cry for Help"!

However a very popular dish on our Menu, for a while, was 2 Hot Yorkshire Puddings stuffed with Vanilla Ice Cream and Christmas Mincemeat

  mammak 19:57 29 Aug 2008

As much as I love Haggis.... served in the normal way!

I might just stick to chocolate-chip ice cream for afters. :-)

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