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Ice Cream Float

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All Day Today, I Worked on the Community Garden on a Real Hot Sunny Day.

So when I Finished, I had a Craving on for an Ice Cream Float.

That is when you put Ice Cream in a Large Pint Glass and then You Pour In Soda Pop of Your Choice.

In this case, I got Chocolate Mint Ice Cream and I Poured into that some A&W Root Beer.

So I am having a nice Chocolate Mint Root Beer Ice Cream Float.

Ice Cream Floats are Delicious!


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harbour bar scarborough served in a proper glass.....

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I hope it had a triskele of glace cherries or something?

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Soda first, then the ice cream

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Agreed. Except it's pop not soda. 

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19 hours ago, TheDruid-3X3 said:

All Day Today, I Worked on the Community Garden on a Real Hot Sunny Day.

So when I Finished, I had a Craving on for an Ice Cream Float.

That is when you put Ice Cream in a Large Pint Glass and then You Pour In Soda Pop of Your Choice.

In this case, I got Chocolate Mint Ice Cream and I Poured into that some A&W Root Beer.

So I am having a nice Chocolate Mint Root Beer Ice Cream Float.

Ice Cream Floats are Delicious!


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If only someone had said, like 50 years ago, we could all have had one.

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9 hours ago, Donald Trumps said:

Soda first, then the ice cream

I put in the Ice Cream first so that when you Pour In the Soda Pop it reacts creating a Nice Foam Buildup which is the Novelty of the Whole Thing.

 

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Doesn't your nice foam build up then career over the side of the glass, across the kitchen floor & down the drive-way?

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1 hour ago, Donald Trumps said:

Doesn't your nice foam build up then career over the side of the glass, across the kitchen floor & down the drive-way?

Only if there are Muslims in the room. 

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19 hours ago, La Colombe said:

Only if there are Muslims in the room. 

Have you ever made a 'coke float'?

There's normally very little faith input other than the hope it won't fizz up over the side of the glass, across the floor, down the hill, etc...

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Root beer floats are great, but root beer on its own is great. Reasonably hard to track down though, Robinsons stock it occasionally, and the oriental shop on Bucks Road, presumably when Robinson's can supply them. The A&W stuff from Singapore is far better than the American version (often available in the sweet shop in Douglas), presumably because the us version uses corn syrup instead of sugar.

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Root beer is an offence to common decency

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On ‎05‎/‎07‎/‎2017 at 8:59 PM, TheTeapot said:

Root beer floats are great, but root beer on its own is great. Reasonably hard to track down though, Robinsons stock it occasionally, and the oriental shop on Bucks Road, presumably when Robinson's can supply them. The A&W stuff from Singapore is far better than the American version (often available in the sweet shop in Douglas), presumably because the us version uses corn syrup instead of sugar.

Shoprite sell the Aussie Bundaberg version I belivee

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They do sometimes, as do robinsons and some health food shops, but its a bit syrupy

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Is root beer the same as Dr Pepper?

I'm trying to think of ways to incorporate intoxicating liquor into an ice-cream float. As rum & raisin is a recognised ice cream flavour, I'm thinking rum, coke & floated vanilla ice-cream.

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