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Thread: Angelo's weekly update March 4, 2018

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    Angelo's weekly update March 4, 2018

    Lots of interesting reading.
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    http://www.vacationsbyaruba.com/news...es-from-aruba/

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    Stir fried ice cream?? Interesting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacki View Post
    Stir fried ice cream?? Interesting!
    It's not the traditional stir-fried. I experienced this last year on a trip to FL. It's actually rolled ice cream. Liquid is poured onto an ice cold metal pan. As the liquid solidifies, it is rolled in a cylinder shape. The cylinder shapes stand up in the ice cream cup, and you can add whatever toppings you like. In the link below, it shows a picture of the rolled ice cream in a cup.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stir-fried_ice_cream
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    The minister of environment also announced that more laws will be introduced and implemented in the near future to protect nature in Aruba. Such as a ban on foam boxes, and other plastic products which are dangerous to the islands marine life.

    Aruba needs to implement a recycling program very quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleangel View Post
    It's not the traditional stir-fried. I experienced this last year on a trip to FL. It's actually rolled ice cream. Liquid is poured onto an ice cold metal pan. As the liquid solidifies, it is rolled in a cylinder shape. The cylinder shapes stand up in the ice cream cup, and you can add whatever toppings you like. In the link below, it shows a picture of the rolled ice cream in a cup.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stir-fried_ice_cream

    Yes, Angelo explains in the column
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    Quote Originally Posted by purpleangel View Post
    It's not the traditional stir-fried. I experienced this last year on a trip to FL. It's actually rolled ice cream. Liquid is poured onto an ice cold metal pan. As the liquid solidifies, it is rolled in a cylinder shape. The cylinder shapes stand up in the ice cream cup, and you can add whatever toppings you like. In the link below, it shows a picture of the rolled ice cream in a cup.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stir-fried_ice_cream
    We have shops that serve that here in Minneapolis, too. It's a novelty but once you've had it...the novelty wears off.
    ~Amy~® -- 37th trip to Aruba: New Year's Eve 2018/2019 -- Napa: March 2019 -- 38th trip to Aruba: April/May 2019 -- Boston: July 2019 -- Paris: Sept/Oct 2019


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    we have 2 places here locally that serve it.
    it is wonderful and i am a huge ice cream lover..........the novelty has not worn off for me yet....it has been 9 years.
    it is delicious.

    Quote Originally Posted by ~Amy~® View Post
    We have shops that serve that here in Minneapolis, too. It's a novelty but once you've had it...the novelty wears off.

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