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Monday, May 19, 2008

Dippin' Dots -- fer free

You know, I think Dippin' Dots probably qualifies as molecular gastronomy for the masses. It's ice cream, but in a different form, created with scientifically advanced methods, so it works differently in your mouth. And it's 20 years old. To celebrate, you can get it free tomorrow from 4-9 p.m. at two Kentucky locations: Florence Mall in the center food court (859-283-1798) and at Buttermilk Pike and Anderson Road in Crescent Springs. (859-360-0876) They have a new flavor: birthday cake, a combination of cake batter and frosting ice cream dots.


3 Comments:

at 11:38 PM Blogger Mark Mascolino said...

Too bad they taste awful and have a completely disappointing texture.

 
at 9:28 PM Blogger Dan said...

Everyone I've ever spoken with loves Dippin Dots, especially kids...part of the ambiance of Dippin Dots is the texture...sorry you don't approve...most of us do

 
at 1:34 AM Anonymous News 1st said...

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