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What flavors would a drug-dealing ice cream truck vendor sell?

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Ice Cream Vendor

When a New York man was recently arrested for allegedly selling more than $1 million worth of illegal drugs from his ice cream truck, a food-loving Facebook friend asked people to suggest the dealer's list of flavors. Within hours, there were 179 replies. I've gathered my top 20 here. Can you top these?

Celebrity Category
• Darryl Strawberry
• Minty Lohan
• Mara-Sheen-O-Cherry
• CarMel Gibson
• Bonaduce de Leche

Smokables
• What Would You Do-oo-oo For a Bongdike Bar?
• Maca-Dimebag N' Nut
• Look At Me I'm Toasted Almond Bar
• Butter Pecannabis

Prescription Required
• Viagra Swiss Almond
• Percastachio
• Vanillium
• Lithium Split
• Oxycontin Candy

Best of The Rest
• Rocky Roid
• Quaaludes & Cream
• Methamphetamint
• XTCreamsicle
• Butter PCPecan
• 7 Gram Rock-y Road


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Toasted Coconut Ice Cream

Adapted from David Lebovitz | The Perfect Scoop: Ice Creams, Sorbets, Granitas, and Sweet Accompaniments | Ten Speed Press, 2007

I’ll admit that my favorite selection from the shiny white Good Humor jalopy that cruised our neighborhood was simply called “Toasted Coconut”: vanilla ice cream on a stick, coated with lots of sugary-sweet coconut. On the last fateful day that I’d ever see the Good Humor man, the bully next door decided to spray him with water from a hose as he slowly circled our block. He beat a hasty retreat and never came back. Being blackballed by the Good Humor man made that the worst summer of my life. I don’t know what happened to the neighborhood bully, but now that I’m an adult I can have Toasted Coconut ice cream whenever I want. And I do.–David Lebovitz

How do I keep ice cream soft?

If you’re one of those folks who prefer a softer consistency to your ice cream, consume it straight out of the ice cream maker. And if you have leftovers that you tuck in the freezer, be certain to press a piece of plastic wrap directly against the surface of the ice cream prior to securing the lid on the container. The ice cream will harden overnight in the freezer, though you can always let it soften at room temperature about around 10 minutes or so before you scoop.


Watch the video: Good Humor Man (June 2022).


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