Ice cream is fucking awesome any time of year, but when it gets hot out, ice cream is a necessity. For fans of vanilla ice cream like myself, we may end up paying a little more this summer for vanilla based flavors thanks to a worldwide vanilla shortage. If there ever stops being vanilla, I don’t think I want to live on this planet anymore.
Ever since the invention of ice cream, people have been striving to make it better and better. And now with the help of avalanche experts, scientists are studying how the structure of ice cream changes in the freezer with the hopes that one day, ice cream might maintain a consistant structure and flavor throughout its life cycle.
Ever since their arrival on the scene in 1988, Dippin Dots were a hit. Created by microbiologist Curt Jones, the “ice cream of the future” is made by flash freezing ice cream in liquid nitrogen to create the distinctive dots. But now the company’s fate is in jeopardy and by extension, the entire future is also in jeopardy.
Look at the guy above. Look like a Klan member? Not unless they’ve relaxed their admission requirements and changed their iconic outfits to something far more tasty. But several motorists in Ocala, Florida confused the mascot for Ice Cream Family Corner and Sandwiches for a Klansman.