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Pad thai ice cream

Pam braves all four of JP Licks' new Thai ice-cream flavors, which, yes, include pad thai:

... The ice cream is filled with short noodles, slices of green onion, chunks of peanut, and specks of cilantro. Is that a hint of garlic as well? This ended up being my favorite of the bunch because of how well it pulled off the unique combination of ingredients. I would never order this as a dessert, but for a savory snack, it was pretty tasty. ...

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JP Licks amazes me once again! a couple of years ago they did a "HOT,HOT, HOT!!!" series of ice creams which were flavored w/tabasco, wasabi, or chilis...
and now it's Thai Time.

my amazement is that these bizarre flavors actually taste good and aren't just "conversation pieces" (like the Vineyard's Mad Martha's "Fish Head" flavor).

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I think for the most part, they are conversation pieces. You can't eat much of any of them. I ended up only eating a quarter of each kiddie cup - not because I was getting full, but more because it was a lot of flavor going on.

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I do love creativity. But much like a pizza can get too weighed down by toppings, my ice cream has a two-stuff limit.

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j.p. licks' cucumber ice cream is actually worthwhile beyond the novelty aspect; I can also vouch for the basil & olive oil ice cream that occasionally appears at toscanini's -- where, incidentally, I just had the most bizarre thing (though it tasted like vanilla): http://www.sushiesque.com/sushiesque/2007/10/break...

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