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February 27, 2009


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Thank you for another great post. I’ve a presentation next week, and I am on
the search for such information.And you are working a great job who
increasing my knowledge.

Jeri Quinzio

Hi Natalie,

I'm sorry, I don't have such recipes. Perhaps you could query the Good Humor company?

I just happened to discover that the fiori di Sicilia flavor tasted like Creamsicle and made the ice cream.

Good luck with your quest.



I in search of recipes for Good Humor ice cream bars - toasted almond crunch, dream cicle, chocolate eclare, and strawberry short cake. I searched the net - no luck. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

Kathy Flynn

You and I were among the "Ice Cream Truck" kids of the 1950's. Probably spanning 4 yrs. old to 14 yrs. years old during that decade. Yes. We lined up with our friends and bought from the truck with the compelling bells!

Here are some questions that could help to fill out the broader story of the 'Ice Cream Trucks". Was it every day, once a week as a treat, or even less frequently that you and your friends bought from the truck? Where did that nickle or dime come from? Was it 'your nickle or dime' from your piggy bank? Did a parent readily hand the coin(s) over every day? ...maybe a grandparent? ...or did you buy covertly?

We had a neighborhood store in Reading,' the Dragon Corner'; and would buy our Popsicles (5 cents), Fudgsicles (5 cents) and chocolate covered's (10 cents) there. The elite Drumsticks and Orange Pushups were exclusive to the Ice Cream Truck. I spent many a nickle and dime....but all seriously considered. Each one was well spent! Don't tell my mother.

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