By Cory Doctorow at 12:40 am Wed, May 18, 2011
fifty-licks maple bacon ice cream
(via Super Punch)
Why are people still on this bacon thing anyway? What is this, 2005?
The maple kind, yeah?
Y’all need to credit the designer- awesome Portlandian Art Director Jen Wick! http://www.jendavisonwick.com/
I’m sure its quite good. The maple-bacon sundaee at Denny’s is wonderful, so I am sure this is too. The saltiness of the bacon, the sweetness of the maple and ice cream really go well together.
Canada’s answer to Baconnaise.
Bacon ice cream “delicious-sounding”? Really? Not from here it isn’t.
It’s actually maple ice cream with chunks of bacon in it. I’ve always enjoyed dabbling bacon in pancake syrup, so this is a natural to me.
Anon #1: Yes, the bacon maple bar is my favorite! I don’t think I’d eat these two at the same time without paramedics standing by, though :)
It was definitely the packaging that caught my eye first; the shape really stands out among all the round pint cartons. Then I saw this flavor and had to have it. Total impulse buy. Well done, Fifty Licks!
Maple bacon plays a leading role in a video of a conversation between a guy and his dog, last seen at rachellucas.com
funniest thing I’ve seen all year.
The perfect companion to the Voodoo Donuts Bacon Maple Bar!
Put a bird on it, to make it even better!
Lake Street Creamery, an LA food truck, has some great design to go with their amazing flavors, including Pancake Breakfast (which is a pancake with maple syrup flavored ice cream with bacon bits and the genius addition of ground coffee on top).
It really is delicious. The flavor is familiar to anyone who has had syrupy pancakes with a side of bacon. The ice cream gives a wonderful base flavor that the maple-bacon combo can shine through and then fade back into. Wonderful!
There’s one of those in my freezer right now! At home. Where I am not. DANG. (It is, indeed, delicious)
this post just achieved what all the idiots in the previous thread could not. i changed my mind, there is a god. :-)
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