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Old 12-16-2003, 16:11   #1
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Best Choc. Milk Shake?

So would it be made with Vanilla or Chocolate Ice Cream?

I make mine with Dryers Vanilla, whole milk, Hersheys syrup.

Yummm.
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Old 12-16-2003, 16:30   #2
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Try making chocolate milk shake using egg nog and chocolate syrup. It's really rich and creamy.
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Old 12-16-2003, 16:56   #3
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When I was a teenager I worked in a Carvel Ice Cream Store. A Chocolate shake made with vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, and milk was called a Black & White. Straight chocolate shake was with chocolate ice cream, chocolate syrup, and milk.
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Old 12-16-2003, 17:00   #4
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The best is a Malt instead of shake

Drop a spoon or two of Malt in some chocolate ice cream,Yum!!
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Old 12-16-2003, 17:13   #5
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Hey ya'll,

Why don't you come on over and discuss this in the Food Forum?

It's up and running now

Oh, chocolate milk, chocolate ice cream, chocolate syrup and some peanut butter;f
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Old 12-16-2003, 17:35   #6
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go to Hollys

if you are on rt50 and cross the bay bridge over the north end of the bay look for the signs. They make their own ice cream and the shakes have been good for years.
The food is also worth the stop.
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Old 12-16-2003, 17:36   #7
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Hey ya'll,

Why don't you come on over and discuss this in the Food Forum?

It's up and running now

Oh, chocolate milk, chocolate ice cream, chocolate syrup and some peanut butter;f



I'll move it for you MissKitty.;f
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When I was a teenager I worked in a Carvel Ice Cream Store. A Chocolate shake made with vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup, and milk was called a Black & White. Straight chocolate shake was with chocolate ice cream, chocolate syrup, and milk.
Brought back childhood memories there, Eddie. I don't miss much about New York, but Carvel is one of them.
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I'll move it for you MissKitty.;f
You know Eddie, now why didn't I think of that?^8

I knew that....
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You know Eddie, now why didn't I think of that?^8

I knew that....



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Brought back childhood memories there, Eddie. I don't miss much about New York, but Carvel is one of them.



Yeah I even met Tom Carvel one time. He was a piece of work. Really a nice guy.He called the store one night and said "Can you bring four sundaes to the Holiday Inn in Bridgeport, CT. I was like "We don't deliver!" He said "This is Tom Carvel and I have some people with us and would like some sundaes" I told my brother who was the manager "Why not?" "It's worth a shot, let's go" We went and who opened the door to the hotel room? Tom Carvel. You know who was with him? Besides his wife. Bob and Delores Hope. They were putting on a show at the Jai Alai Fronton in Bridgeport. They gave us a $20.00 dollar bill for 4 $1.35 sundaes. Too cool.;f
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The Best bought Chocolate milk shake is at Steak & Shake. But Arby's comes in a pretty close second.
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Old 12-17-2003, 02:04   #13
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The Best bought Chocolate milk shake is at Steak & Shake. But Arby's comes in a pretty close second.
I strongly disagree. Fuddruckers chocolate shakes are awesome. They're so thick your lungs will lock up if you try to drink one through a straw! ;f ;f ;f
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Old 12-17-2003, 02:15   #14
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I second

Fuddruckers....but I prefer the moca myself.
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Fuddruckers chocolate shakes are awesome. They're so thick your lungs will lock up if you try to drink one through a straw! ;f ;f ;f
Fuddruckers is a great place--their bakery is awesome, particularly considering they're basically a fast food joint. Good ice cream, brownies, and cookies.

Their food is pretty darn good, too.
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Old 12-17-2003, 18:11   #17
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Ben & Jerry's Worlds Best Chocolate Shake
Number One, I will not give my money to those Communist bastards.

Number Two, I like Johnny Rockets shakes and Steak and Shake. YUM O RIFIC!

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Old 12-17-2003, 18:32   #18
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Eddie C:

Funny story about the late nite delivery. Let me see, you and your brother got a WHOLE $20, between you, out of two multimillionaire families. Dude, you really hosed them, huh?;f BTW, around these parts, the local premium ice cream godies are from Graeter's--IIRC, President Reagan used to ask for it by name. Not that I'm claiming this brand to be best; any decent ice cream just gets its grade curved to a "10" by my rating sysyem...
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I have to ditto the Fuddrucker's shakes. They are the best "retail" shakes I've had.

Personally, it's french vanilla, hershey's syrup, whole milk, and malt made with a Braun hand-held mixer.


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Re: Eddie C:

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Funny story about the late nite delivery. Let me see, you and your brother got a WHOLE $20, between you, out of two multimillionaire families. Dude, you really hosed them, huh?;f........






Yeah Brian, but at the time with my brother and I making about $2.50 an hour each, a $15.00 tip was three hours pay apiece to run those four Ice Cream Sundaes 5 minutes away;f

Now that you mention it.............we did get ripped! Hahaha!
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Old 12-20-2003, 16:59   #21
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eddie

You got a great story out of it.
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Old 12-20-2003, 17:53   #22
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I agree with shoeless.......Ben & Jerry's are #&*%&$# communist and I will never patronize any of those bastads....;f ;f ;f
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I'm kinda finicky...but I do like Johnny Rockets.

If I'm making one for myself I use Hagan Daaz Chocolate ice cream, Baily's Irish Creme, a few drops of real cream then I hit it with the stick-blender.
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theres a place close to me called Biff Burgers, by far the thickest and best shakes i ever had!!
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To get back to the original question, I preferred my Chocolate shakes made with Vanilla Ice Cream.
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