It was delicious! But . . isn’t all ice cream delicious?
I got birthday cake with sprinkles so that’s mine she’s working on. I was surprised that they pour a liquid ice cream onto the frozen metal disk.
This is what it looks like when they’re done. I’m glad there isn’t a place like this in my town. We’d never lose weight!
Sue Edberg says
I’ve never seen ice cream served like this. Interesting. And yes, I’m glad we don’t have one near me!
I am an ice cream addict, and that looks fantastic. I’m glad it’s not available in my town either!
Nelle Coursey says
I would be the size of a barn!! And I am halfway there now! LOL
Neat! How much did this cost out of curiosity?
That looks like Cold Stone Creamery around here. They mix on frozen marble. They kind of perform, and have a tip jar.
Judy Laquidara says
Similar but Cold Stones I’ve been to start with ice cream vs. liquid, and just piles it in a cup/cone where these people roll it out into a rectangle, then use a spatula thing to roll it up. You can see the rolls in the cup.
We have one here but haven’t been to it. I/We can do enough damage to the diet without this!
I wish we had one! I don’t care if I gained a little here and there, it sounds like that place in Scottsdale, the Sugar Bowl, as far as atmosphere – it’s the one depicted in Family Circus and I love their ice cream. Someday, I may have to drive down to visit Lake Charles, just for the ice cream!
Kathy Henderson says
We have one of these places in my town, but the line is always so long – it goes out the door and down the street – we’ve never wanted to wait that long for ice cream. I’ve heard it is worth the wait though!
We have one in the town we go to church. We walked in once, but thought it was a bit pricey, but since it was during a street fair, the lines were so long we walked out. One of these days we’ll go back…in the summer!