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Frozen Assets

Except for the fact that one of my main clients is based here, coming down to CowTown (a very small but busy city in Midwest America) appears to hold little to be excited about.  I’m not complaining though; things may be slower, and very different, but all in all it’s a variation of that “expat” theme and feeling.  That I don’t exactly belong here — the City Mouse in the country.  Which can translate to more things to observe, and be amused about.

Among my favorite CowTown haunts : the recently opened Freddy’s Frozen Custard.   My favorite is the Hawaiian delight, which has pineapple, strawberry, coconut, macadamia nuts, whipped cream and cherry on top of rich, creamy, frozen custard.  It’s just sinfully delicious.  The mid-size (regular) sundae costs $3.49.  Worth-every-penny-delicious. 

 

perfectly and sinfully delicious. :)
perfectly and sinfully delicious. :)

 

The steakburger, by the way, wasn’t too bad either. :)

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6 thoughts on “Frozen Assets

  1. Why is it that if a pineapple somehow finds it way into a concoction it instantly becomes labeled “Hawaiian (something) or “Aloha (blah blah)?” Talk about stereotypes LOL. Your sweet indulgence looks absolutely yummy-licious. Two thumbs up!

    1. Hawaiians eat everything with pineapples and everything with spam. and they eat spam with pineapples. or is it pineapples with their spam? (yeah, and sam I am….)

  2. You’re so right. Freddy’s is the best thing in this neck of the woods. I love the photos that tell the story of his life. He didn’t open his first Freddy’s until he was in his 70s (77, I think). Amazing.

    You’re also right about the “little to be excited about”.

    Great to find your blog.

    1. After Freddy’s frozen custard, I never liked Sonic’s sundaes, or even Shakey’s as much! Thanks for dropping by. :)

    1. Hi Cassie — And so nice to find yours back. :) Can I add a bloglink to yours? I will. And yes, I miss Culvers too. The custard, and the deadly burgers.

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