Splatoon 2 just had its first Splatfest, asking players to fight and see which dessert is better: ice cream or cake. The competition was rigged from the start thanks to the popularity of Marina, the Octoling pop singer.
Celebrating the military community all November long, Baskin-Robbins's flavor of the month is First-Class Camouflage. It's right there. Follow the arrow.
And it's called "Antoinette." So let them eat...um...ice cream!
You probably can't handle this giant parfait. I dunno, maybe you can! I sure can't. Well, not alone at least.
How about some nice Häagen-Dazs ice cream? With tomatoes and cherries? If that's not your thing, you can always try carrots and oranges. Japanese site Gigazine did just that.
You might be asking, why? Why spaghetti popsicles? But let's ask another question: Why the heck not? Actually, no. Let's just stay with why?
I eat a lot of cookies. Really, it's kind of a financial burden. One that just got worse when I walked into the grocery store and saw four new varieties of ice cream-themed Chips Ahoy, which I immediately bought and ran home to try.
This month, Häagen-Dazs is releasing two special flavors in Japan to mark its 30th anniversary in the country. And, let me tell you, they look pink. But special Häagen-Dazs flavors are not new to Japan.
Your typical ice cream in Japan is rather vanilla. Things usually don't get much crazier than green tea. But in some places, the ice cream gets downright strange. Viper ice cream, anyone?
Jeni Britton Bauer gave up her art studies at Ohio State University to persue her passion for food. Now, as the owner of Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, she makes frozen art for your mouth. Let's taste what many consider the country's best ice cream.
The world's most popular fast food restaurant does many things wrong.