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#11
nope not golliwog tso chicken.  :P

p.s. scipio. that's a greta movie in your avatar!
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#12
btw, is it gay for gyuy to use the sticking-out-the-tongue thingamajig? i felt kinda weird about it but thought it approrpriate
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#13
I had a yogurt ice cream today. Not frozen yogurt. I don't know how they made it but it was good. Very thick texture but not dense.
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#14
(11-06-2010, 12:46 AM)piabee Wrote: I had a yogurt ice cream today. Not frozen yogurt. I don't know how they made it but it was good. Very thick texture but not dense.

"yogurt ice ceam" is oxymoron. one os those soft serve deals?

frozen yogurt ok substitute for real thing, piabee. it's ok. not a big deal.  haagen daaz make good ones, escpecially vanill raspberry swirl!

at end of day though, you really want to eat the stuff that will send us to early grave  ;D


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#15
(11-06-2010, 01:06 AM)icecream Wrote: haagen daaz make good ones, escpecially vanill raspberry swirl!

That's Vox's favorite.  I always bring some home for her.

We need an ice cream emoticon....
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#16
yes we are in dire need of ice cream emoticon!

what dio you think about haagen daaz's almost-pints?

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#17
(11-06-2010, 10:10 AM)icecream Wrote: what dio you think about haagen daaz's almost-pints?

No problem, I just eat two!
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#18
(11-06-2010, 01:06 AM)icecream Wrote:
(11-06-2010, 12:46 AM)piabee Wrote: I had a yogurt ice cream today. Not frozen yogurt. I don't know how they made it but it was good. Very thick texture but not dense.

"yogurt ice ceam" is oxymoron. one os those soft serve deals?

frozen yogurt ok substitute for real thing, piabee. it's ok. not a big deal.  haagen daaz make good ones, escpecially vanill raspberry swirl!

at end of day though, you really want to eat the stuff that will send us to early grave  ;D

It was from some trendy local/organic/sustainable place. I think they just combined cream and yogurt  for a result that was creamier and less icy than frozen yogurt.

I am froyo fan. Plain tart from Yogurtland with yogurt chips, carob chips, and peanuts is win.
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#19
(11-07-2010, 12:32 AM)piabee Wrote:
(11-06-2010, 01:06 AM)icecream Wrote:
(11-06-2010, 12:46 AM)piabee Wrote: I had a yogurt ice cream today. Not frozen yogurt. I don't know how they made it but it was good. Very thick texture but not dense.

"yogurt ice ceam" is oxymoron. one os those soft serve deals?

frozen yogurt ok substitute for real thing, piabee. it's ok. not a big deal.  haagen daaz make good ones, escpecially vanill raspberry swirl!

at end of day though, you really want to eat the stuff that will send us to early grave  ;D

It was from some trendy local/organic/sustainable place. I think they just combined cream and yogurt  for a result that was creamier and less icy than frozen yogurt.

I am froyo fan. Plain tart from Yogurtland with yogurt chips, carob chips, and peanuts is win.

skip the carob chips. they're not good for you.

i look them up. look respectable and clean. well managed businesses are a necessity in this doggone world. they provide people with jobs, and provide good profducts that make the people happy.

froyo only in san diego. you know that san diego is supposedly the satanist capital of the usa?
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#20
(11-06-2010, 04:40 PM)QuisUtDeus Wrote:
(11-06-2010, 10:10 AM)icecream Wrote: what dio you think about haagen daaz's almost-pints?

No problem, I just eat two!

if you can afford it! i live in big bagel and those pints are expensive. i like to buy la salle and trader joes ice cream. more bang for the buck and very good to boot!

btw, traders joes just puts their label on the ice cream. their ice cream isn't made by them, but by "rainbow dream" out of san francisco! try their french vanilla sometime. out of this world
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