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Where To Buy Cho Cho Ice Cream

We ran excitedly to the car, warmed up the Cho-Chos in our hands. I slid the ice cream out of the cup and was delighted to try the chocolate malted taste I remember from childhood. It is kind of like a malted fudgsicle, delicious! My Florida hands were confused and angry by the fact that I was purposely holding cold ice cream and eating it when it was freezing outside. (Totally worth it though!)

where to buy cho cho ice cream

The Kwik Shoppe has been family owned and operated for over 40 years. They had lots of other choices too: huge pieces of cake, homemade ice cream sandwiches and my nephew says their burgers are the bomb. If you are in the area, I definitely recommend stopping and trying a Cho-Cho and getting a photo in front of the awesome sign they have out front. Let me know in the comments if you have ever had or even hear of these.

[ website My Flickr photostream. ] [ userinfo livejournal userinfo ] [ archive journal archive ] Cho Cho Chocolate Malted Ice Cream Cup![Feb. 3rd, 200602:10 pm]Gerry D [Tagscho cho, chocolate, food, foods, ice cream, johnston, memory, nostalgia, thornton][Current Mood Finger-licking][Current Music Anton Bruckner: Symphony No. 6 in A Major]One of the great remembered joys of my youth, three centuries ago, was Cho Cho Chocolate Malted Ice Cream. It was better known as a "Cho Cho" and we could buy one at Cappelli's Grocery Store next to Thornton School in Johnston in the 1940s and 1950s. They also sold penny-candy by the tons to us cavity-prone kids. A Cho Cho cost just 5 cents! One nickel! You had to eat it on a popsicle-stick, not with a spoon. Today you couldn't get the stick for a nickel, and the Cho Cho would probably cost a buck and a half, except that it isn't made any more, to my knowledge.There was a ritual to eating one. It came frozen in an ice-cream cup. The top lid had a slit through which you inserted your stick (sexual subtext here.) The ice cream was soft enough to make insertion simple (oooh, don't stop.) Then, you had to roll the sides of the cup in the palms of your hands for a few seconds and dislodge the contents from the cup (yes, yes, almost there!) The cup was then discarded and you ate the soft ice-cream like a popsicle, licking the top and sides (mmmmm, was it good for you too?) Some of it always melted onto your shirt (gotta wipe that up!).The taste of a Cho Cho was dreamy, at least to me as a child. Not really like regular chocolate ice cream. The taste of the malt dominated, a wondrous primal comforting flavor like no other, or maybe like a malted milk shake in solid form. I tried to find a historic picture of the Cho Cho, and Google could only help me with this one I'm posting below. It is a figurine-promotion with a clown atop a representation of the Cho Cho cup. Notice the price of 5 cents. It is being auctioned on eBay in the $4000-$6000 range. But you know, I don't care about that. What I do care about is having again a real Cho Cho. For that pleasure, instead of a nickel, I'd pay $10,000. It is unlikely to happen. When youth is lost, it is lost forever. The same is true for the Cho Cho. Clown with Cho Cho. Vintage promotional figurine. LinkReply Comments: function userhook_unscreen_comment_ARG () setStyle("cmtbar" + arguments[0], 'background', '#aaaaaa');setStyle("cmtbar" + arguments[0], 'color', '#000000'); function userhook_screen_comment_ARG () setStyle("cmtbar" + arguments[0], 'background', '#5f6f99');setStyle("cmtbar" + arguments[0], 'color', '#000000'); From: gallianoparfait2006-02-03 10:45 pm (UTC) (Link)

At Mariposa Jungle Lodge, we strive to offer healthy meals and introduce indigenous foods, so you can expect cho-cho in your stir-fried vegetables, salad, or dessert. You read that right, Dessert! Stewed cho-cho is a popular local dessert that takes hours to make and reminds me of baked apples in cinnamon. Our chef, Esau often prepares this dish by slicing 2 medium cho-chos and boiling them with 3 cups of brown sugar, cinnamon and vanilla for 3 hours until thickened. Serve it in a bowl with ice cream, delicious.

Fernandes Ice Cream is one the largest ice cream companies in the region and the market leader in Suriname. Our mission is to delight the Caribbean with premium quality ice cream. We are a part of the Fernandes Holding.

Raidou Kuzunoha the XIV and Gouto-Douji will begin the investigation of the kidnapped girl here, with information gathered in the area leading them to the Daidouji Residence outside of town. After finding a photo of Kaya Daidouji, Gouto suggests asking girls from the same school about her whereabouts. A pair of girls point Raidou to Rin, another classmate of Kaya's. After asking to talk to Raidou somewhere more private, Rin is abducted to the Dark Realm before Raidou's eyes. He and Gouto enter the Dark Realm at the Nameless Shrine to reach Dark Tsukudo-Cho in order to rescue the girl. Upon arriving, they find her laying prone before a Tsuchigumo, who taunts the pair about making her its next meal. With a Dragon's Jaw barrier blocking the direct route to him, Raidou must make his way through the district to save Rin.

In Dark Tsukudo-Cho, an Agathion hanging around an alley that collects bugs will ask if Raidou collects them as well. Answering that he does will lead the Agathion to question why he doesn't have any, then it will give Raidou a tip involving sweet treats, gigantic trees and deserted areas. Raidou can send out a demon solo in the area to visit the various storefronts and obtain Ice Cream and Syrup. Interacting with the first lamp on the left at the Nameless Shrine will give Raidou the option to spread the ice cream and syrup on a gigantic tree. Spreading the Ice Cream on the tree and checking back on the Full Moon Phase will yield a Beetle. Spreading the Syrup will yield a Stag Beetle at the next Full moon phase. The Beetle and Stag Beetle can be sold at Konnou-Ya for a hefty sum, 5,000 yen and 7,500 yen respectively, but turning them into the Agathion will yield a Javanese Figure from the Beetle and Roman Coin from the Stag Beetle, which sell for 10,000 yen and 13,000 yen.

Amid expectations for deeper romance between the two, the new stills show the couple enjoying an ice cream date at their usual spot to cool down the summer night. They face each other with tender eyes and sweet smiles, and then Yoon Jae Suk comes closer to Song Da Hee with a serious look on his face, creating pleasant tension for what is about to happen next.

Mimosa FloatMore of a traditional brunch enthusiast? We didn't forget about you! Combine vanilla ice cream, orange juice, and champagne for the perfect early afternoon cocktail. For a mock-tail version, lose the champagne.

Peaches and Crème FloatOne quick sip of this boozy ice cream float will have you feeling peachy keen. To make this fruity treat, pair one scoop of vanilla ice cream with peach lambic beer. Top your ice cream float with a whoosh of Reddi-wip and garnish with a grilled peach slice. For a mock-tail version, just substitute peach soda for peach lambic beer.

Affogato FloatSpike up an Italian coffee house classic with this Boozy Affogato Float. To make each float, put two scoops of vanilla bean ice cream into a heavy, heatproof glass. Add cup of hot coffee or espresso and 1 ounce of hazelnut liqueur to each drink. Serve immediately. For a non-alcoholic version, omit the hazelnut liqueur.

Pina Colada FloatEscape with this Pina Colada Float made with pineapple juice and a shot of tequila poured over a scoop of pineapple coconut ice cream. Finish it off with whipped topping, shaved coconut and a slice of pineapple.

Did you think we would make 12 boozy ice cream floats and not include a classic? This Boozy Root Beer Float consists of one scoop of vanilla ice cream, root beer, and a shot of vanilla vodka. For a kid-friendly favorite, omit the vanilla vodka.

Hard Apple Cider FloatTurn this harvest party favorite into a summertime treat by pouring your favorite hard apple cider over vanilla ice cream. Top your boozy float off with a whoosh of Reddi-wip and a sprinkle of ground cinnamon. For a mock-tail version, substitute apple cider.

Mid-year Lodge Leadership Development Conference (LLDC) is followed by the Lodge Executive Committee (LEC) meeting, usually on the 3rd Saturday of August at Camp Waubeek. This meeting is where we review our progress on the yearly Lodge Goals and financial status compared to our annual Budget.

Year-end LLDC is where we review our yearly Lodge Goals and financial status compared to our annual Budget, and where we set the budget for the next year. We encourage all the new members of the LEC to attend this meeting. The Year-end LLDC and LEC meetings are usually held the 1st Saturday of December at Camp Waubeek. 041b061a72


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