That's a sentiment I totally agree with. I don't normally eat desserts and sweet things as they cause pain in my joints BUT, for a place with ice cream like that, I could make an exception!
Oh that strawberry balsamic sorbet sounds wonderful! This place looks like a bit of heaven on earth.
Wow what a choice! No wonder you had a difficult decision..I would of gone for something fruity..:-)
Lemon Icebox Pie...I'll have one of those please.
YatPunditSo glad I was able to get uptown for a few hours and check out all the new places on Magazine St. Hope you're enjoying Mardi Gras!MarthaSweets aren't high on my list of priorities either. (would much rather have some cheese)However, this ice cream was very special. I'm glad I don't live down the street...would be very dangerous! :)LauraIt was a really tough choice. I tend to go for fruit sorbets when offered the choice between ice cream or sorbet, but I'm also a peanut butter and chocolate freak. Don't get that combo very often in France.AnneI wish I had the chance to go back and try some of the other flavors. Maybe next year!CathyI almost went for the Black Cherry Chocolate Chip. Thought that sounded amazing.
Oh Laura, Peanut chocolate ripple ice cream - it's probably a very good thing I don't have an ice cream freezer at home. OOOWWWwwwwwwwwww
I am loving this photo. And, the motto. I am so thankful that I am spooning away at Haagen Dazs Rocky Road while I read this(it is yummy and will have to suffice), or I would be losing it.How much fun you must be having!!Happy Mardi Gras!~ Paula
Look at all the choices! I'd never be able to decide! It looks like you had a great time. Love your pictures of the trip.
PaulaHad a great time, thanks. And the food everywhere I ate was so delicious!LoriThere were too many to choose from. :)It was a great couple of weeks. Glad you enjoyed the photos!
I love The Creole Creamery!http://eatingtheroad.wordpress.com/2009/12/18/creole-creamery/
Eating the RoadThanks for sharing your link!
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