Orange County, California
July 3, 2001
Anyway, that is how good this ice cream is. And they don't call it a Creamery for nothing. This is very rich, very creamy stuff.
They start with the basic stuff, your choice from flavors such as pistachio to double dark chocolate (what I got). Once you have that figured out, they dig it out and carry a frozen slab of it over to the mixing area where they will mix in whatever you want. Choices range from York Peppermint Patties to Butterscotch to Pecans to Walnuts (I got the last three).
Using two sharp-edged paddles, they beat, chop and mix everything until its this totally beautiful, wonderful, heavenly conglomeration of good stuff. Then they'll put it in a waffle cookie cup with hot fudge or whatever you want on it, like whipped cream (that's what I got).
I can honestly say it was out of this world, straight to the stars good. I would recommend, if you ever see one of these Moo Time Creamery places, definitely wait in line. Its worth the ecstacy.
From journal Antiques Roadshow, etc. in San Diego