The highlight of the festival, at least for us, was the garlic ice cream. We had heard about it and knew we had to try it. So we went in search of the free ice cream. That's right, they were giving it away for free and selling it for $4.75. We chose to wait in the uber long free line...which went super fast, so no problems there.
Here is each of our take on the ice cream:
Ian: It was initially refreshing, like your typical vanilla ice cream, yet the vanilla flavor then became overrun by spicy garlic, leaving you with an aftertaste you would normally not seek out in ice cream. Would I eat it again? Yes.
Me: At first, it really just tasted like ice cream (maybe something plain like vanilla) with a hint of garlic to it. But when I was done, my mouth tasted like I had eaten an entire head of garlic. Raw. Not a good aftertaste at all.
**It made me laugh that Ian and I came up with such similar reviews. I promise you he hadn't seen mine before he told me his.
Connor: If Connor could talk, I am pretty sure this is what he would say...one lick was all I needed to know I didn't want that foul tasting ice cream in my mouth. But, I didn't want to let a perfectly good cone go to waste, so I turned it on its side and started eating it. Then my mom got rid of the ice cream for me (on the ground, she didn't want more of it) so I could properly enjoy the cone.
Anyone else try anything
weird interesting this weekend?