Tasting Dreyer's ice cream: Original Rocky Road
By John Roberts
Los Angeles, California
August 8, 2017 3:06pm CST
Time to go old school with a traditional ice cream flavor: the one and only rocky road. In 1928, ice cream maker William Dreyer partnered with candy maker Joseph Edy to open an ice cream parlor in Oakland, California. Their success was assured by inventing rocky road which soared in popularity. This contemporary version boasts being made with real milk and cream with no artificial flavors and colors. The rich chocolate ice cream is laced with the mini marshmallows and roasted almond bits. Tasty as expected. You cannot go wrong with a tried and true old favorite like rocky road.
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I remember, in my school days, ice-creams are not that much familiar instead ice-cubes on sticks (sweetened) were available outside school premises, in a bicycle. The seller used a bell to announce his presence (infact that bell sound was an attraction for children). School headmaster always warned children not to buy those ice as it is not making with pure water. Now I don't think those stuffs are available.