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Cedar Crest ice cream also make an amazing Peppermint ice cream. What I liked about the wooden spoon is, it made you savor the ice cream.
Me too! It lasted longer than the ice cream.
I wonder if they are still made? I had cardboard-lidded ice creams as a (Millenial) child, although I think the spoons were changed to plastic.
Hah.. Me too!
We still have these same containers and wooden spoons at my middle school for Ice Cream Tuesdays. The ice cream is usually so hard to scoop out that a plastic spoon just breaks. The spoons still taste the same...
I do. But I also had an, I guess, irrational fear and getting countless splinters in my lips and tongue from the spoon. Plus the wood spoon also reminded me of when the dr. would use a wood tongue depresser...both made me gag. I always used a plastic or metal spoon if I could or just avoided eating the ice cream. I'm actually slightly gagging as I type this.
ZOMG! Me too! And the fear of splinters and always gagged at the end as the wood got slightly....mushy....ICK! I had forgotten this little memory. Remembering it (and oh so vividly) is not entirely pleasant - but thanx anyway!