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Take Five May 23, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Food & Drink, Vegetarian Recipes.
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What better way to enjoy a summer day than with that cool and creamy treat?

Ice Cream!

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While we’re at it, let’s invent a brand new flavor for Ben & Jerry’s to market this summer.  I’d call mine . . . Take Five!   

My ice cream creation  would mimic my favorite candy bar ~ Hershey’s Take Five ~ while reminding me to “step away from the keyboard” and take a break:

(1) Dark Chocolate Ice Cream (2) Swirls of Peanut Butter (3) Ribbons of Creamy Caramel (4) Crunchy Pretzel Bits (5) Salty Peanuts

Now it’s your turn . . . how would you Take Five?  List your five ingredient fix below . . . and let’s see if we can get Ben & Jerry to come round and taste-test our creations.

For inspiration, visit Ben & Jerry’s:  Flavors * Flavor Graveyard * Gift Shop

Related post:  Ten Almost FREE Activities For Kids (Sundae Bar)

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1. cindy - May 23, 2010

Mine would be Merlot x 5 😉

nrhatch - May 23, 2010

Merlot Sorbet . . . has a nice ring to it.

2. Joanne - May 23, 2010

“Chardonet Sorbet” — Now THAT rhymes and delivers a stronger kick….

Last night before our gig, the drummer’s wife handed me a glass and being such a lightweight to begin with, I got buzzed pretty quickly… The drummer said I sang better than I ever did… Go figure 😀

nrhatch - May 23, 2010

I expect that drinking loosens inhibitions enough that we let our hearts, spirits, and voices soar . . . but if we drink too much, we become croaking frogs.

Glad you had a good gig last night. : )


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