There is a place about 30 miles South of Fresno called Superior Dairy. Schools take field trips there riding the train down and a bus back. They get to tour the dairy and eat ice cream. It is really rich because they use whole milk with all the fat. The servings are huge. I'll split a sundae with my wife. No clue how many calories in a scoop and I don't want to know.
Brownies & Cookies = Brookies. Interesting. And ^ that looks amazing! They're selling them up here too, so I might be able to get a taste of it, when Playland opens on Saturday. On my way home....
Oh, and in answer to all the <shudders> "Unicorn Menu" items popping up all over the theme park world, here's the little soft serve marvel that SF Magic Mountain is selling now, "For a limited time only."
Secret Menu? You mean, there's MORE 'things' like this??? :P
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