Marijuana-flavored ice cream cones sound like a novel idea, but they could be coming to a local Ben and Jerry’s soon. The founders of the pop culture ice creamery hinted in an interview Wednesday with HuffPost Live that weed-infusedShow More Summary
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Ben & Jerry’s may soon have a special new flavor — a marijuana-infused ice cream. As soon as it’s legal, of course. The ice cream company’s co-founder Ben Cohen said in a recent appearance on HuffPost Live that a cannabis-infused ice cream flavor might be a good idea. Show More Summary
Heads up, stoners — there may be Ben & Jerry's weed ice cream hitting the freezers at your legal dispensaries in the future Though the sweet, grandfatherly duo denied any active plans to release a marijuana-laced flavor anytime soon,...Show More Summary
This sounds like a high concept idea, ha! One of the founders of Ben & Jerry's thinks combining marijuana and ice-cream is one heck of a idea and he'd be down to make it happen if all of the legal issues stopping such a thing were removed. Ben Cohen revealed as much when someone pointed out that [...]
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(Fast Food, Restaurant | MT, USA) Fast Food, Restaurant | MT, USA Categories: Tags: Fast FoodRestaurant Fast Food, Restaurant | MT, USA(I used to work at the local big-name ice cream and burger restaurant eight years ago. The night shift lead is the owner’s son that was just a little runt when I worked there. Show More Summary
They might as well have been asked if they wanted to be the world's richest men. The good shit. (Getty) Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield are the founders of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream. They're better known as simply "Jerry and Ben." They're also well known as a couple of Vermont hippies beloved by stoners the world over. Show More Summary
There are many people out there to whom ice cream is the ultimate in culinary enjoyment. They are able to discuss the difference between vanilla and French vanilla in exquisite detail. It is these people (and the very rich) who might actually go for the most expensive scoop of ice cream in the world. The first part of the expense is buying a plane ticket to Dubai.
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"Makes sense to me,” Cohen said, without skipping a beat. "Combine your pleasures."
"Combine your pleasures." Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield — better known as the ice cream wizards behind Ben & Jerry's — are open to the idea of a weed-infused flavor. The duo recently sat down with HuffPo Live and revealed that theyShow More Summary
Nothing tastes as good as free food, especially when it's free ice cream. Dairy Queen is offering lucky customers free vanilla soft serve cones on Monday, March 16. The company is giving out the small treats to celebrate Dairy Queen's 75th anniversary. Show More Summary
Google will no longer provide updates to its Chrome browser for devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Google first released Android 4.0 in 2011. Continually developing for it takes resources away from updating/creating apps for newer platforms, says Google. Show More Summary