Puddings were treats for birthdays and special occasions: chocolate cake, or jelly and ice-cream.
The two are already appearing together, recently joining Rep. Jason Chavetz for an ice-cream social.
George Washington paid almost $200—a ton of money at the time—for ice-cream equipment and recipes in 1790.
Forget balloon bouquets and ice-cream cake—the leader of the free world typically gets thrown one hell of a bash.
Wait until you serve up these fudge brownie treats, baked in ice-cream cones, and covered in chocolate coating and sprinkles.
There will be fried chicken for dinner and ice-cream—mixed, maybe, chocolate and vanella, and p'raps a streak of strawb'ry.
Why should one live on rye-bread when one can have cake and ice-cream?
Boys from other ranches helped serve and carried coffee, cake, and ice-cream.
Some of 'em have never had but two or three dishes of ice-cream in all their lives.
He has a dollar; will he go to the theater or buy ten dishes of ice-cream?
The crystalline form of a narcotic: the ice cream eaters, who chewed the crystal (1910+ Narcotics)