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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by Captain Wedge » Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:30 am

On a side note, what the heck does OT mean?
I've been on this forum for months and I still have no idea what it means.
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by Ddjembe Mutombo » Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:32 am

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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by Randy Bass » Mon Jun 13, 2011 4:44 am

I guess Billy's lactose intolerant :( . I'll try to churn up something better next time.
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by baytamusic » Mon Jun 13, 2011 5:41 am

Or "Output Transformer", depends on context. ;)

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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by JRogero » Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:22 am

Links to Dairy websites?!? This thread is udder madness !

I want to know why it's so hard to find straight-up peanut butter ice cream in stores (in my area at least). It should be one of the standard handful of flavors that every company makes.
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by nguideau » Mon Jun 13, 2011 2:04 pm

I like anything Turkey Hill. Except the Yankees "signature" flavors. Fuch the Yankees.
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by Randy Bass » Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:14 pm

JRogero wrote:
Links to Dairy websites?!? This thread is udder madness !

I want to know why it's so hard to find straight-up peanut butter ice cream in stores (in my area at least). It should be one of the standard handful of flavors that every company makes.
Ask and ye shall receive.

http://www.umpquadairy.com/files/56%20C ... %20web.png
That's chocolate though. I gots to have vanilla + peanut butter. I know it exists, but it's too hard to find.
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by Ddjembe Mutombo » Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:53 pm

nguideau wrote:Fuch the Yankees.
OT (but still slightly relevant to your post): I hate when I see people with Yankees hats on outside of NYC or LI area. Especially if I see one here in Denver. I just want to politely remove the d-bags hat and toss it in a busy intersection. If I lived on the island or on the outskirts... I'd be a Mets fan.

Back to Ice-cream. I can't wait until my vacation to Austin in a couple weeks. Going to get myself some Amy's ice cream.
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by nguideau » Mon Jun 13, 2011 4:16 pm

Ddjembe Mutombo wrote:
nguideau wrote:Fuch the Yankees.
OT (but still slightly relevant to your post): I hate when I see people with Yankees hats on outside of NYC or LI area. Especially if I see one here in Denver. I just want to politely remove the d-bags hat and toss it in a busy intersection. If I lived on the island or on the outskirts... I'd be a Mets fan.

Back to Ice-cream. I can't wait until my vacation to Austin in a couple weeks. Going to get myself some Amy's ice cream.
I don't know, being a Mets fan is still a pretty awful existence. :lol:

Fortunately I am a NYC-area transplant, so I can continue being a Tigers fan and never fall into the douchebaggery of NYC sports fandom.
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by Borderline Productions » Mon Jun 13, 2011 6:14 pm

Last time in Boston found a newer place on Salem, I think it was between Prince and Parmenter that was really good, too. Real fruit, real hazelnuts, real bananas pretty awesome.

The standards are the place in Rome about three blocks north of the Parthenon, and the organic gelato place about a block from the Duomo in Florence. The stuff in Boston is really close. Found a place in Berkeley that was also really close. All of these places are way too far away. :cry:
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by baytamusic » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:10 pm

Cubs fans are everywhere in the US. I'm unable to escape them anywhere I go. They come here and act like morons on Clark every summer and start fights and barf on the sidewalks. Buttholes. Must suck to like a team that has zero hope of ever winning a World Series again. Cursed!

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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by misterMagoo » Mon Jun 13, 2011 9:42 pm

Surprised I only saw Turkey Hill once on this thread. I like their goods.

Although nothing tops the Penn State Creamery!!! A building dedicated just to making the best and freshest ice cream you've ever had, from the milk of local dairy farms. Excellent! A favorite flavor to eat and to say is Peachy Paterno.

Also, I don't generally eat ice cream, I'm kind of a health nut, but if I do it's always at a local dispensary. Nothing beats the local Hillside Farms (aside from PSU Creamery of course) for fresh churned ice cream.


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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by blenk » Mon Jun 13, 2011 10:19 pm

you cant really go wrong with Ben & Jerry's.

but a mint choc chip has got to be my fav.

although ive never been a huge fan of ice cream, I once asked for a 99 but with not too much ice cream (I dont know how they can call them that now i went for one the other day and they are £2!!, i paid, my got monkeys blood drizzled over it and then told the guy what i thought of the price, there where no kids around me at teh time so it was fine)
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by Ddjembe Mutombo » Mon Jun 13, 2011 10:50 pm

Borderline Productions wrote:Last time in Boston found a newer place on Salem, I think it was between Prince and Parmenter that was really good, too. Real fruit, real hazelnuts, real bananas pretty awesome.
I'll have to see if I can find that place when I am in Boston for halloween this year.
blenk wrote: but a mint choc chip has got to be my fav.
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Re: OT: Ice Cream

Post by Randy Bass » Tue Jun 14, 2011 1:23 am

Mint chocolate chip wins! But which brand :?:
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