Wednesday, December 7, 2022

Here’s Your Chance To Create A New ‘Gilmore Girls’ Ice Cream Flavor

Coffee? Pizza? Red Vines? Chinese take-out?

Those are all potential ice cream flavors to honor Rory and Lorelai Gilmore — the Gilmore Girls — two junk food loving imaginary characters getting more press play these days than when the show originally aired nearly a decade ago. This latest stunt has nothing to do with Netflix, which is reviving the series November 25. Nope. Unlike those Luke’s Diner pop-up promos, an ice cream shop in Brooklyn is behind this latest ploy. Ample Hills has created a contest to name a Gilmore Girls flavor ice cream in exchange for a free pint, free coffee and a Friday night dinner invite at Emily’s house! How very Stars Hollow of you, Brooklyn.

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So far, suggestions range from:

“Babette ate oatmeal”: coffee ice cream with toasted almonds and praline

“Paul Anka”: coffee ice cream with cookie dough, oreos, poptart pieces and pretzels

“Miss ‘Peppermint’ Patty’s”: mint ice cream with peppermint patty chunks and chocolate swirls “dancing” through the ice cream 

And..

“You’ve been Gilmored”: coffee ice cream with brownies, crushed pop tarts and fudge


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Impressive how knowledgeable the commenters seem to be about the show. Just about every catch phrase and idiosyncrasy has been utilized in a flavor.

Except for one, as far as we can tell.

Our entry (if we were to contribute one):

“Nuts In My Hands”: Marionberry ice cream with toasted pecans and Trix cereal (real fans will get the reference).

 

 

Contest ends October 31, the crux of junk food over-indulgence.

 

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