[New for Fall 2016] Hello Nosh Show listeners! Episode 89 is live and when you get to the end, I mention a product that hadn't won me over just yet. As everyday items continue their assimilation into the worlds of pumpkin and apple (before an explosion of peppermint products hit us), it's nice to see apple and not just pumpkin invading the freezer aisle.
[By Jeffrey, New for Canada late 2016] Your friendly neighborhood Junk Food Dog with another review from north of the border. Last week, I was lucky enough to be the first person to spot the new Haagen Dazs White Russian Ice Cream which contains 1% abv (note: it isn't noted on packaging at all, just according to the Nestle sales rep I talked to). This is their first mainstream alcohol-infused ice cream and apparently the first flavor in a line of these slightly drunken desserts.
Haagen-Dazs White Russian Ice Cream
coffee, vodka, and pure cream
So my nephew is a big fan of having ice cream with his cake and since his mom is a fan of both local and all natural stuff, sometimes we wind up having something from Maple Valley Creamery with our cake. I've always enjoyed it and I think it's time we do an official review of this local company based in Hadley, Massachusetts. What should I pick? Well, I've got yet another nasty headache today and headache time calls for chocolate time. Let's dig in to....
Maple Valley Creamery Chocolate Peanut Butter Ice Cream
[New for 2016] Hopefully it's a passing trend, but it seems harder and harder to find a decent version of classic flavors as I walk down the freezer aisle. Many mainstream brands have lowered their quality while the fancy brands are either super high in calories or they just don't do certain classic flavors. Case in point, I was at Walmart with my daughter and she wanted mint ice cream. There wasn't a whole lot of options, but since a people seem to be checking out the other Humboldt review, let's take a crack at....