Few foods have been scrutinized in recent years like dairy. No matter how much we’ll defend our right to indulge in a double scoop of praline ice cream now and again, somewhere deep down we worry that the payback for all of that deliciousness will appear in the form of pimples, blackheads, and whiteheads. The relationship […]
He asked me to go home with him to play Pop Pop, a game much like the food sex scene in 9½ Weeks but using only scoops of pink bubble-gum ice cream to eat, blow up, and pop on each other’s goose-pimpled skin while rolling around in ...
The Darby Sundae ($15) comes to the table with giant scoops of vanilla ice cream piled to form a pyramid topped with crushed pralines. This is indulgent and definitely meant for sharing among two or more.
The perfect thing to do with less than perfect apricots. The ice cream gets a double dose of almonds: some chopped up into the final scoop, but also some steeped into cream, which adds a deep, nutty flavor to the base.
The deliciousness of praline ice cream is self-evident, so why don't more ice cream makers produce this superior flavor?