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Monday, April 13, 2009

Häagen-Dazs Five is as Good as it Looks


***WINNER PICKED 5/1 WITH RANDOM.ORG***
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her comment...
I have to admit every Ice Cream memory is my favorite!

In the past 5 years I have had tummy surgry twice.
Both times I was on a liquid & soft ffod diet for a month or more afterwards.
he only thing I had to look forward to was huge bowl of ice cream!

I would most love to eat the milk chocolate !




Häagen-Dazs Five ice cream is made from just five simple ingredients: milk, cream, sugar, eggs, plus an all-natural flavor. No preservatives or fillers with unpronounceable names. No chemically-derived thickeners or binders. No high fructose corn syrup. Nothing you wouldn't use in making your own homemade ice cream but these are also blessed with the extraordinary creaminess of its more complex Häagen-Dazs brethren. We received four varieties to sample: mint, ginger, passion fruit and brown sugar. (The other flavors are vanilla bean, coffee, and milk chocolate. Which I would like to respectfully demand Häagen-Dazs send me ASAP…)



I honestly can't tell you how delicious these are! I was hard-pressed to pick a favorite Häagen-Dazs Five flavor. First it was brown sugar, with its caramelicious dulce de leche smoothness. Then I tried the ginger and was impressed by its subtlety of flavor. (Take note, pregnant ladies- this one will be good to ease the morning sickness and ice cream cravings, in one fell swoop.) Bob and I were blown away by the lushness of the passion fruit; it easily rivals the frou frou tropical desserts we've had at five star places my parents have dragged us to in Hawaii. When I tried the mint, I was instantly taken back to childhood when mint chocolate chip ice cream could cure all of life's troubles. I didn't even miss chocolate bits and cookie chunks, which have been a de facto part of my ice cream consumption for quite some time. Incredibly, sticking to just five pure and simple ingredients naturally keeps Häagen-Dazs Five healthier than other premium ice creams, with one-third less fat. If you have the willpower to keep from eating the entire container in one sitting, that is.



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297 comments:

  1. Can't wait to try out these new flavors, especially ginger and mint - sounds awesome. I've been a fan of H-D for evah :)

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  2. I tried the mint and thought it was great. The ginger and milk chocolate have piqued my interest. When I was a kid my favorite flavor was Pistachio Almond.

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  3. My favorite Ice cream memories are always of my twin sister and I sitting on the steps outside our Long Island home when we were little in the scorching summer heat in our bathing suits eating an ice cream cone while we were taking a POOL BREAK!
    Usually my mom would make ice cream cones for the little girls across the street too!

    We could NOT afford the ice cream man, and the other kids in the neighborhood could, but OURS was so much better!!!!!

    The one flavor I would love to try first is the Brown sugar!!!!

    Leslie
    LeslieVeg@msn.com
    http://leslielovesveggies.blogspot.com/

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  4. I fave'd you on Technorati. My username is LeslieVeg
    Leslie
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  5. I'm a subscriber

    Leslie
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  6. One of my favorite ice cream memories is from a few years ago. I was in the hospital having back surgery, and my fiance knew I was feeling down. So, to cheer me up, he brought one of the individual serving cups of Haagen-Dazs. Definitely cheered me up!

    I'm looking forward to trying the coffee flavor. Coffee has always been my favorite ice cream flavor!

    Thanks for the contest!

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  7. Coming home from grade school, there was a little corner store with an Ice Cream counter. I remember getting my first taste of butter pecan in a sugar cone from this store. It was a true spring treat to stop for a cone. I would love to try the new five flavor Coffee.

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  8. My favourite ice cream memory is walking to baskin robbins with my family every weekend in the summer for a cone. There's something about being young and going for ice cream that you never forget!

    And, of these, it's hard to decide between brown sugar and ginger!

    alison_luby@hotmail.com

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  9. As kids, my sister and I used to eat our ice cream as slooooowly as possible, because it was agonizing to finish first while the other person STILL HAD ICE CREAM!!

    I would try coffee first, because it's my favorite flavor.

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  10. Being the choco-holic I am, I would have to try Milk Chocolate!!

    orchestratenoise0726[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  11. The first year my hubby and I went to Turkey, I was pregnant. We found this amazing ice cream we dubbed Snot Cream (for its consistency, not taste). I dove into the cool goodness and tried at least one new flavor every day! Sometimes I crave that snot cream!
    I think I'd have to try the Ginger first. So unusual!
    bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. I love going out to get ice cream with my husband. We always have fun and it's such a nice break.

    I would love to try the brown sugar flavor- sounds divine!

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  13. My favorite memory would be when the ice cream truck would come down our street in the summertime when I was a kid. I would love to try the milk chocolate first. Thanks.

    kport207 at gmail dot com

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  14. I love ice cream! It is my absolute GO-TO for feeling better about anything! LOL! I like to keep vanilla on hand, but I love butter pecan, too! I would want to try the Brown Sugar flavor first! It sounds amazing!

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  15. I favored you in technorati!

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  16. My favorite ice cream memory is when we were younger, during the summer, we would walk to our local ice cream shop, every couple of weeks and we each got to pick our own favorite. I usually got chocolate with chocolate sprinkles....yum.
    My favorite flavor of the Häagen-Dazs Five is the milk chocolate.
    Thanks so much.

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  17. I'm a follower.
    Thanks again.

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  18. I would try mint or vanilla bean. THanks.
    Elizabeth
    mrsgerbil@hotmail.com

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  19. My favorite ice cream memory is making homemade ice cream at my grandparents house. We would take turns turning the crank until it was just right. There are very few things that can compete with homemade ice cream. I'd like to try the brown sugar ice cream.

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  20. milk chocolate mverno@roadrunner.com

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  21. I love the mint.

    I love taking the family to our local ice cream stand in the summer and having soft serve.

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  22. My fave memory is going out for ice cream with my dad and brothers after every band/choir concert in middle school. (good times in middle school can be few and far between!) I am looking forward to trying the brown sugar flavor. :)

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  23. i remember when there was actually a good humor truck and ice cream from a truck was affordable mint

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  24. My first memory of Icecream was a Chocolate coated Icecream bar called Klondike- great, but hard to stay tidy on a hot day! The flavor I'd like to try is Coffee- the desciption intrigues me.
    writer61@yahoo.com

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  25. I would try brown sugar, since it is new to me. When I was little we would visit Manning's Farm in Pennsylvania, eat ice cream called Charlie Brown or Snoopy, stand outside & admire & moo back at the cows. :D

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  26. My favorite memory is walking my kids up town and treating them to an ice cream. It's always a special treat because we don't do it too often. We'll spend forever looking at all the different choices and then it's great to sit outside watching all the cars go by and saying hello to our friends.

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  27. Ok, you had me at ice cream! I too would love to try all of those, but especially the ginger, since despite my self-proclaimed exotic food tasting, I've never had ginger ice cream.

    I have a fond memory of frequently visiting my friend in Manhattan and always making a stop in Chinatown with her to go to this great little hole in the wall (the place was literally about 9 feet wide from wall to wall) where they had the most exotic flavors. I was especially taken by the green tea ice cream and the pumpkin pie flavor, which in the late 90s, was pretty exotic.

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  28. My grandpa always had ice cream bars in his freezer, and not much else. He'd always try and get us to eat ice cream with him after we'd have lunch. I'd get chocolate, mint chip, chocolate peanut butter, and butter pecan.
    momabr at yahoo dot com

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  29. My son is an ice creamaholic.
    These would be a great treat :o)

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  30. I'd love to try the Passion Fruit flavor. And my favorite ice cream memory is going to Dairy Queen with my Dad (we didn't have a Haagen-Dazs store nearby). It was just fun to spend time with my Dad - who loves ice cream! alicedemske at hotmail.com

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  31. I love anything chocolate, so it has to be Milk Chocolate for me!

    Kim
    turtles8861(at)gmail(dot)com

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  32. I would love to try passion fruit. I don't have many memories of ice cream when I was little. Thanks. magic5905@embarqmail.com

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  33. I would start with the passion fruit since that is my favorite tropical fruit. I could eat ice cream every day, and I DID when I was pregnant! It has so many great warm summer eve memories.

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  34. My favorite ice cream moment is when I was a little girl me and my Grandma would make home made ice cream together then we would get a big bowl and eat it all together.I wouls like to try the Brown Sugar.
    austma7@aol.com

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  35. My favorite ice cream memory is from when I was about 3. At that time my parents had to take a weekly trip to the laundromat. I remember it was always warm and kinda steamy in there. And if I was good, I always got an ice cream bar from the vending machines there.
    rsgrandinetti(at)yahoo(dot)com

    Oh and I would love to try the brown sugar flavor.

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  36. Ill try the Passion Fruit. I love getting ice cream with my wife almost every Sunday evening.

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  37. First of all, I'd love Vanilla Bean. I'm very vanilla.
    Second, my childhood memories of ice cream are all my dad. My parents never had very much money, so we NEVER went out to eat. But, my dad loved milkshakes. So we'd go to Dairy Queen as a treat once in a while for a shake or an ice cream cone and I always loved that time with my dad.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  38. I would love to try passion fruit!

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  39. I remember my father taking me to get strawberry ice cream right after my sister was born, it was a special moment just the two of us.

    I'd love to try the brown sugar

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  40. I was 8.
    It was hot.
    Suddenly, I heard the hallelujah chorus of all sweaty kids: the ice cream truck.

    So I talked my parents into some way overpriced ice pop and was content. Until...
    "Can we get some napkins?"
    What did the guy do? "NAPKINS??? NO!" *slams window shut*

    hahahaha true story. cranky old guy. I wanna try... anything! I'm a huge ice cream person

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  41. I would love to try Passion Fruit first. My favorite childhood ice cream memory was when I was four, an ice cream truck came by our house and I yelled out of my window for it to stop. It stopped and my mom was not too pleased with me. She bought me a popsicle anyway!

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  42. My favorite memory is the ice cream man; I'd beg a quarter from my mother for a Popsicle and always get the cherry one. Every once in a while she'd let me get the ice cream cone that had the bubble gum in the bottom of the cone.

    I'd love to try the Brown Sugar

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  44. My favorite ice cream memory is the ice cream man coming down my street with cool treats for a hot day. I would like to try the coffee flavor ice cream.

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  45. My favorite ice cream memory is living across from a Baskin Robbins one summer in college with about 70 other college kids. Guess what I did for dinner most nights? I somehow got a bunch of buy 1 get one free sundae coupons and I'd go with someone and we'd split the cost.

    The flavor I'd try first is brown sugar.

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  46. My favorite memory is waiting for the ice cream truck each day in the summer. I'd like to try ginger.

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  47. I'd like to try the Brown sugar

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  48. My favorite memories are of each night during the hot summer when we'd first hear the bell of the ice cream man coming around the corner, so we'd run outside and flag him down.
    I would try coffee

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  49. My memories are of Sunday drives with the family ending up at a local dairy for ice cream cones. I'd try the Ginger flavor first. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  50. I actually remember making homemade icecream with my mom. We would do it on the front porch and each kid would take turns turning the crank.

    I would try the milk chocolate flavor first.

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  51. favorite ice cream memory -those rare trips to the ice cream parlor growing up we were farm kids so it was a treat when we went for ice cream thanks for the memories

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  52. I remember making icecream at junior high church camp by rolling a coffee can back and forth with a friend. It was really fun. I would have to try the brown sugar! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  53. When my daughter was young, she required many doctor's visits for a congenital problem. We developed a routine, that we would go out for a sundae after the visit. She still remembers those stops, but does not really remember the problem (which was corrected with surgery).

    I would like to try the mint flavor first.

    clynsg at yahoo.com

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  55. I would like to try the passion fruit.
    I remember when I was little that we got ice cream after church only if "we were good!"

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  56. My favorite ice cream memory is going to a place called Barnhills Ice Cream Parlor when I was little. It was an old-fashioned place with a player piano and so much fun! I would love to try the Coffee flavor. Thanks!

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  57. Pretty much all ice cream memories are good memories, aren't they? I chose one to tell you about. When I was a kid we lived in Fairport, NY, home of the Erie Canal. There was an ice cream place called Gelato's (I guess it was a gelato place, actually). We'd get cones then go walk along the canal and talk to the people docked there for the night. Sometimes they'd give us tours of their houseboats.

    I think I'd try coffee first.

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  58. I'd try passion fruit first.
    My ice cream memory is when I stayed summers in Fl when I was a kid w/ my grandmother and took me to a local ice cream polar once a week. I tried a new flavor everytime!

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  59. The Passion Fruit sounds pretty good right now, I think I'd try that!

    I used to love to go to our local gas station and get the hand-dipped ice cream they served! Death by Chocolate was always my choice.

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  60. My favorite ice cream memory is really my son's. His Grandpa introduced him to ice cream one summer day, and I've never seen him so happy--before or since. I'd love to try the passion fruit flavor. Thanks!

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  61. Have lots of memories of the lengths my mother would go to track down Blue Bell ice cream, which for a long time just wasn't widely available, even in Texas. Would got for the passionfruit myself, but I know my hubby would vote for ginger!

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  62. My favorite ice cream memories include eating Cherry Garcia from Ben & Jerry's with my college roommate wayyyy late at night to help us study for finals! I would love to try Passion Fruit :)
    Thanks for the giveaway and please enter me :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  63. My best memory is of the ice cream man on a summer day. Fun!! I would want to try the coffee flavor first.

    gmerrell@cox.net

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  64. Honestly, I'm sure I'd go for the chocolate, but the brown sugar sounds interesting.

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  65. My favorite ice cream memories involve going to Dairy Queen every day in high school. I would try the Passion Fruit first.

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  66. I would love to try the coffee. These have been calling my name everytime I go Shopping. Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  67. Rocky road is a favorite and my fondest memory is running to the store for a brick of ice cream which we sliced and ate the minute we got home (no freezers growing up, just ice boxes!).

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  68. I'm a sucker for anything caramel, so I'd try the brown sugar flavor first. My favorite ice cream memory is the gelato in Italy. My sisters and I spend a couple of weeks there and would get a big cone of gelato every time we passed a shop.

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  69. would try milk chocolate first and my favorite memory is my mom making ice cream from scratch and having the kids churn it.
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  70. Linz said:
    My favorite ice-cream memory is going to the cafe and buying a cone ice-cream for 5 cents. Agghhh ... those were the days !

    I'd like to try the ginger and mint because I love anything ginger and a anything mind :-)

    sardisoaks(at)live.com

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  71. Every Sunday, after church, my grandmother would take me for a scoop of ice cream (just the two of us)when I was growing up. I always got bubble gum flavor on a sugar cone, and she always got Butter Brickle on a plain cone. She passed away many years ago, but that is my favorite ice cream memory.
    The flavor I would most like to try of the Haagen Daz "Five" is Ginger.
    Alicia Webster
    5webs@comcast.net

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  72. My favorite ice cream memory is ordering a scoop of bubble gum ice cream in a cone. I'd carefully pick out all the gum balls and place them into a napkin to save until after the ice cream and cone were gone!

    I'd try the ice cream coffee first. Maybe it will be a replacement for my morning cup of joe?!

    kr@roadrunner(dot)com

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  73. ice cream truck a comin'
    my saliva be drippin'
    mint looks good
    timgus at cox dot net

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  74. Yes, the ice cream truck! That was a special treat we could get once in awhile. I would like to try the brown sugar flavor

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  75. Even tie between milk chocolate, vanilla bean and passionfruit. I already love the Haagen Daaz brand, my current favorite of theirs is the white chocolate raspberry truffle YUMMY ;-)

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  76. One of my favorite ice cream memories is from when I was about 8 years old. Scorching hot summer, and all us whiny kids, my mom bundled us up into the car and drove to the local ice cream shop. What made it so memorable? They put my ice cream in a little plastic baseball cap! My stuffed animals wore that for days (after washing, of course).

    I think I'd like to try the Mint ice cream, it sounds yummy.

    postedcontests(at)gmail.com

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  77. My favorite ice cream memory is of going to the House Of Flavors in Lunginton MI in the summer when I was growing up , LOVED that ice cream. I would like to try the Mint, it sounds refreshing on a summer day

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  78. I have a fond memories of whenever the Good Humor man would be around the neighborhood.
    I would like to try the milk chocolate.
    oldnehamkin at yahoo dot com

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  79. Icecream was always a good reason to get the family together. My fav is chocolae mint.

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  80. Ive never seen the HD five before. i would LOVE to try the passion fruit one!!! i used to love when we would take family a bike ride from our small farm into town to the Chick-n-dip where we would get some cold ice cream on those hot summer days!
    sabeckstrom at yahoo dot com

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  81. I'm making a great ice cream memory right now as I eat my Ben & Jerry's! Whoops! Maybe Haagen Dazs can convert me with their delicious Brown Sugar flavor. Mmmmmmmmmmmm.
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

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  82. I want to try the passion fruit! My grandparents always took us to friendlys for ice cream after band recitles!


    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

    Janna Johnson
    janna@FeedYourPigBlog.com
    www.FeedYourPigBlog.com

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    Thanks for entering me! Great Contest!

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  84. I would like brown sugar. My
    favorite ice cream was when my
    Mom made us root beer float from
    homemade ice cream. Thanks
    Cathy Truman
    kbtruman@aol.com

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  85. I'd try the Brown Sugar flavor first. My favorite ice cream memories are of the vanilla malted milkshakes my Dad used to make for us.

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  86. I would try the Ginger

    My favorite ice cream memory is of a unique hot cinnamon ice cream at an old style ice cream parlor that went out of business years ago and I've never found anything else like it.

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  87. i have so many good ice-cream memories..my grandma used to make the BEST homemade crank ice-cream!

    i'd love to try the mint one!

    autumn398 (at) yahoo.com

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  88. My favorite ice cream memory is of my first banana split at age 8.
    I'd try the milk chocolate.

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  89. Butter pecan, please. One of my favorites

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  90. Thank you for a great giveaway! I would love to win. My favorite ice cream memory is when I was a child. my mom and I would walk to the local ice cream shop and just sit and talk. Was always nice. THank you
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  91. I'd love to try mint!

    ehhogan@bellsouth.net

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  92. Love to try the mint first!
    My favorite ice cream memory is of my daughter getting her very first, very own baby cone of cherry vanilla ice cream at Bruster's. She was silent and in full concentration mode until that thing was GONE! Pure bliss for her as she ate and me as I watched :)
    renee
    yeloechikee at hotmail dot com

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  93. My favorite ice cream memories are those of today, taking my two girls out for ice cream and watching their eyes light up each and everytime. We love to sit at the park and eat ice cream and laugh! I would love to try the Brown Sugar flavor, it sounds delicious! Thanks so much for such a wonderful giveaway!

    Eloise
    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

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  94. I am also following your blog.

    Eloise
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  95. I also added you as a favorite on Technorati (furygirl3132).

    Eloise
    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

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  96. ANY FLAVOR OF ICE CREAM FOR ME!

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  97. My favorite ice cream memories stem from my mother giving me a scoop of vanilla ice cream with Hershey's chocolate syrup on it as a super special treat. Of course, and I still to this day do not know why, I would smoosh it all down with my spoon until I could drink it, lol.

    In trying this ice cream, I would opt for the Passion Fruit first.

    Thank you.
    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  99. there is nothing better than homemade icecream on a hot southern day!
    i'd LOVE to try the passionate fruit. in fact, even if i dont win, ill probably try it!

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  100. Ice cream can make everyday better. I would love to try the brown sugar flavor. Thanks!

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  101. i want passion fruit! i remember waiting for the ice cream man to ride up in his truck on those long summer evenings! best time of the year!

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  102. I remember running for the ice cream truck as a kid, when we heard it coming down the road.

    alicia75136@yahoo.com

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  103. I love milk chocolate and vanilla bean the best!
    tishajean@charter.net

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  104. You know, I thought I'd want the brown sugar, but I really think I'd like the mint. As a kid, I always ate the mint chocolate chip, but always spit the choc chunks back in my bowl, LOL.

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  105. Brown sugar sounds yummy.

    Our church had wonderful ice cream socials in the 60's (yes I'm old) and I still remember trying all these delicious homemade ice creams.

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  106. When I was young, my grandmother used to take my sister and I to Friendly's for sundaes. Ah... such simple times. I will always treasure those memories. I would try the brown sugar flavor first. Thank you for the chance to win.

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  107. I'd love to try the brown sugar.

    I worked at an ice cream shop for most of high school, so I have *many* ice cream stories!

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  108. I'd love to try the coffee flavor. no particularly memorable ice cream memories, though.. well, our church did throw a homemade ice cream social for us one year when we graduated junior high. :)

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  109. I would love to try the milk chocolate. When I was small for a special treat during the summer we would go for a soft ice cream and get it dipped in either chocolate or cherry. That was such a wonderful treat.

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  110. I remember having icecream on the sofa with my dad when I was very little. It was our time to talk and play and be close. I would love to try the coffee flavor.

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  111. Memories of running through the yards and searching for change when we heard the tinkling of the ice cream man coming dowm the street. I have always been partial to strawberry and vanilla!

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  112. I got Lyme Disease when I was 8 years old. I was in and out of hospitals and it was the worst case ever (according to the Guinness Book of Medical Records). When I had to go to the Marshfield Clinic, which was about 3 hours from my house (and I had to go twice a month) my dad always drove me. We would stop and get mint chocolate chip ice cream because it would help relieve my nausea. I love my dad so much and everytime I smell mint and chocolate, I think of him! I would try the mint first (of course!)

    newmommyin08 {at} yahoo {dot} com

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  113. when i was small on some sundays after church ,my dad would take us into town to an ice cream shop.i would love the milk chocolate.

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  114. Eating Tutti Frutti ice cream which you can't find anymore. I want to try Mint

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  115. JeansandTs@hotmail.com
    My favorite Ice-Cream memory is was back in around 1967. My Gandmother showed up at our house for a family get together and brought a bucket with a crank on it. After everyone had eaten, my Mother came out and poured strawberries and stuff in that contraption and we kids began to crank. We took turns and my Dad kept adding ice and salt around it. And we cranked! Just when the kids were getting ready to give up and quit. Here came my Mom with bowls and an Ice-cream scooper! I will never ever forget how super delishious that home-made ice-cream really was. I can't wait to try the Passion fruit version of my childhood ice-cream dreams. I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice-cream!

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  116. My favorite ice cream memory is when my grandparents would take my brothers and I to Dairy Queen for banana splits when we were little! I would try the Coffee or Brown Sugar first!!

    mandee220(at)aol(dot)com

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  117. Ice cream memories...hmmm...my family vacationed on Coronado Island every summer when I was growing up. The ice cream truck would often go up-and-down the street where our family was renting a house and my dad would let us each pick our own special treat sometimes. :)

    I would try the milk chocolate or coffee flavors from the FIVE collection first.

    I have to say that seeing Haagen-Dazs all around the blogosphere has definitely imprinted their "brand" in my mind. Now, I keep wanting to get a little tub every time I go to the grocery store!?!

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  118. Your button is on my "Favorites" page.

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  119. i don't really have many ice cream memories, just the memory that i love ice cream. i'm excited to try the vanilla bean flavor.

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  120. We would always celebrate great report cards with an ice cream cone.


    I would try milk chocolate first

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  121. I remember making homemade ice cream when I was growing up, the hand crank kind! Now that was ice cream.

    I would love to try the milk chocolate.

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  122. My husband LOVES the Mint flavor!

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  123. The Passionate Fruits tempts me a lot it is probably very refreshing and very tasty on hot summer days!
    Genevieve

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  124. One time my Dad & i sang a song at church. At first I didn't want to do it, but when he told me he'd take me for ice cream, I was in! it was well worth it. I would love to try the passion fruit flavor- how intriguing

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  125. The milk chocolate sounds great. My favorite ice cream memory is my Mom making yummy chocolate malts on some hot Summer nights.

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  126. I would try the brown sugar first. My favorite ice cream memory is of going to the local dairy queen and getting a blueberry sundae.

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  127. I think mint sounds goos. Although a scoop of chocolate and a scoop of mint would be great!

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  128. Hi!
    An ice-cream contest ~ yummy! My favorite memories are of getting ice-cream with my parents after a day at the beach. It always tastes so refreshing! I'd love to try the Mint H-D!! :)

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  129. I'd love to try the Ginger Haagen-Dazs, and a favorite ice cream memory is going to the Baskin-Robbins near the beach in the summer and ordering pink bubblegum ice cream! :)

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  130. What I remember most is standing by the curb in the evening as a kid, waiting for the ice cream truck to come down the street.
    Passion fruit would be the one.

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  131. My favorite memory is sitting on the patio turning the hand crank making homemade ice cream. We had an electric ice cream maker, but it always seemed better from the crank type. I would love to try the passion fruit-sounds yummy! Thanks for the chance!

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  132. Who doesn't like icecream. My favorite memory is when the icecream truck would come around. The first flavor I would try is the Mint. I have your button on my blog and I subscribe.
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  133. I have soo many memories related to ice cream. My favorite was probably my epic fail moment when I was seven. I ordered a double scoop and since I was a big girl, I wanted it in a cone. Before we even left the store, I was wearing my ice cream on my shoes. I would/will try Coffee first :)

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  134. I remember my Dad taking us for clown cone sundaes in the summer. I'd love to try the brown sugar flavor.

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  135. my favorite memory is when i was little and took a huge bite of ice cream - hurt my gums so much and gave me an intense brain freeze! i want to try brown sugar. yyeres(at)gmail(dot)com

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  136. So tough to choose but I think I'd flip a coin and go for either the Passion Fruit or the Brown Sugar first. (stephanie at lunisea.com)

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  137. Oh right, favorite ice cream memories. When I was a kid, mom would hand crank homemade ice cream. We would sit in the back yard and she would crank away, it was one of her favorite activities. In my mid-20's, a friend introduced me to Haagen-Dazs and it was love at first bite!

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  138. My favorite memory is summers as a child and hearing the ice cream truck coming down the street and my mom saying yes we coul have some!

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  139. My favorite ice cream memory is eating ice cream with my grandparents after church.

    I would try the mint.

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  140. Mint, of course :)

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  141. my favorite memory would be my sister and I chasing after the ice cream truck to get those little cups of ice cream you eat with a wooden paddle-spoon. (which we hated the taste of the spoon but still refused to use a metal one cuz then it wouldnt be the same) I would try Passion fruit 1st

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  142. When I was a little girl, after my Dad would come home from work and we would eat dinner, in the summer we would go out for an ice cream cone.
    The flavor I would like to try is mint.
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  143. buying an ice cream off the truck. I would like their coffee flavor.

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  144. Childhood ice cream just screams mint! My mom used to pour the creme de menth syrup over the ice cream and whenever we went to Baskin Robbins, we got chocolat chip mint. Gotta try the mint.

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  145. My favorite ice cream memory is going to the local dairy with my mom to get ice cream on rainy days, we still go when one of us needs some cheering up.

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  146. I would try coffee first, it's always been my favorite-I follow on Blogger!

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  147. We used to make homemade ice cream the old fashioned way with the hand crank and the rock salt. I ate it so fast I had brain freeze.

    I want the ginger first but the rest will follow.

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  148. I remeber eating neopolitan (vanilla, chocolate and strawberry) with my grandparents. I think I'd try the brown sugar first. sharonaquilino(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  149. Some of my favorite childhood memories involve a soft serve cone with sprinkles! I would love to try the Ginger.

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  150. My favorite ice cream memory is the thrill of hearing the Mr. Goodhumor Ice Cream Van coming down the street. I would run indoors and ask for a quarter so I could get an ice cream bar. The absolute happiness of it. Quarter in hand I would run to the van which by now had 10 kids waiting at the service window to ask for their favorites. Now, Goodhumor is sold by the millions in grocery stores but then it was an event.

    This Haagen-Dazs line of ice cream is tempting. I would dive into the Milk Chocolate.

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  151. I'm dying to try the mint and the brown sugar!

    One ice cream memory was when my daughter was like 5 months old my grandfather tried to give her ice cream, I went through the whole "first baby freakout" and flipped on my g'pa about giving her ice cream!!

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  152. My favorite ice cream memories are when my dad used to take me out for homemade ice cream at a little stand downtown when he got off work. I really want to try Haagen Dazs' Ginger flavor! Yum!
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  153. i remember when in high school one summer I babysat some kids across the street from the dairy. Every day I had ice cream. Gained a lot of weight! I'd love to try the brown sugar.

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  154. I remember as a kid going to the Highs Dairy store and buying bubble gum ice cream. On a hot day the pink sugary goodness would begin to melt down the cone and onto my hands but I just loved it. It was a chance to cool off in those hot summer days.

    I would love to try the brown sugar ice cream.

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  155. As a kid, I spent the night at my grandparent's every Saturday on the weekends. They would take me to the beach & we would drive to this Ice Cream pavillionon the way home. I miss those days so much. I always looked forward to eating soft served ice cream in a waffle bowl. My favorite flavor would be Vanilla Bean. Mmm!

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  156. My favorite Ice Cream memory is of my mom making Hot Fudge Sundaes on special dinner days.

    I would like to try Milk Chocolate first.

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  161. Growing up, my church hosted an ice cream social every year. As a child, having all those homemade ice cream flavors to eat was a dream come true!

    These Haagen Dazs recipes with so few ingredients remind me of homemade ice cream. I'd love to try the milk chocolate flavor :)

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  162. I would love to try the milk chocolate ice cream. I am a sucker for chocolate :)

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  163. Mine is when I was a kid in Germany. The ice cream man had scoops, not bars. My favorite was lemon!

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  164. One of my most recent ice cream memories was of my daughter eating cookie monster ice cream. Her whole face, mouth, and teeth were blue! I'd love to try the coffee flavor.

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  165. The Brown Sugar sounds great! I can't wait to make a great memory while I eat it :)
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  166. When I was a teenager, I went to my friend's house for a sleepover (it was her birthday). We had already eaten supper and had fixed our huge bowls of ice cream, and her dad decided that it was time for his yearly prayer over his daughter. So we all bowed our heads and prayed... and prayed, and prayed a little more! Eventually, I started nodding off, and finally I ended up with my face in my big bowl of (now melted) mint chocolate chip ice cream!
    I would love to try all of these flavors, but I think I would like to try the ginger the most.

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  167. One of my ice cream memory (when I was a child)was hearing the ice cream truck coming down my street, and I'm waiting patiently to come by my home so I could buy ice cream. I'd love to try the Vanilla Bean.

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  168. I have a quirky ice cream memory. I was in junior high and a boy I liked had gone out for ice cream. We rode our bikes there, but we did not plan on staying, so we tried to eat and bike (not very smart). I ended up with blue ice cream all over me (smurf flavor- shows my age). Thank you.

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  169. My best ice cream memories are of my mom making homemade ice cream. Nothing like it! But then, there's NOTHING like Haagen Daz. I'd try the Brown Sugar flavor first.

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  170. I always loved cranking the ice cream machine for a long time to make homemade ice cream! I'd love to try mint!

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  171. I would like to try the Brown sugar.

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  172. Ice Cream always brings back memories of little league baseball victory (or defeat) celebrations.

    My favorite flavor would be the simple vanilla bean.

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  173. I grew up in a house that was very strict about mealtime. Dinners were usually fairly formal and always included all the food groups. I'll never forget that about once a year my mom would take out a gallon of ice cream and a whole slew of toppings and we would have ice cream sundaes for dinner. Those nights rocked!

    Thank you for the fun giveaway. I am especially looking forward to trying the Mint flavor in this new pure Haagen Dazs line!

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  174. I would try Brown Sugar first...I love caramel type flavors! My favorite ice cream memory is watching my mom make homemade ice cream. We all fought over who would lick the dasher! I would love to go back in time and taste my mom's homemade ice cream again.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
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  176. My favorite ice cream memories are the ones in which my mom would actually give me a quarter and I would chase the ice cream truck through the neighborhood. I would look a little silly doing it now...

    I would try Vanilla bean- nice and simple :)

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  177. My favorite memory was 4 years ago during a hot summer in Texas and I just had this biggest craving for some ice cream. Same time my girlfriend just came home from grocery and bought a pint of rum raisin flavor Hagan Daaz.

    I would like to try the Mint flavor.

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  178. my parents would feed me fudgecicles at a very young age, just to watch it go all over my face

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  179. would love to try the coffee flavor



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  180. I would love the chance to win, thanks.
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  181. making homemade ice cream at camp-
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  182. My favorite memories were when the good humour truck came down our street during the summer. I'd try the mint first.

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  183. Going out for Ice Cream after the fireworks every Year.
    My favotire is Milk Chocolate
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  184. My fondest ice cream memories are related to Pat Mitchell's. We used to live next door to the ice cream parlor and I would go just about daily. I would pick a new flavor each day to try. I found that I liked many flavors of ice cream. The first flavor I would try of the Hagaan Dazs is Vanilla Bean.

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  185. On really hot summer days my whole family would head to Dairy Queen and get blizzards. I still remember what everyone got - my dad, butterfinger; my mom, some kind of fruit; my sister, bubble gum; and I would get cookie dough. Yummy! I love the sound of the brown sugar ice cream!

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  186. I'd try vanilla bean. My favorite memory is getting ice cream as a family when I was young.

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  188. My icecream memories involve childhood days and the icecream truck. I would love to try hte coffee flavor.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
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