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Ice cream sandwiches

We started discussing ice cream sandwiches last night, apropos of the next Android OS. C. wasn't entirely sure what an ice cream sandwich even is.

Save me a potentially-fruitless trip to the grocery story, oh LJ: are ice cream sandwiches commercially available in the UK?

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alextiefling
May. 16th, 2011 06:47 pm (UTC)
Re: ice cream sandwiches
You can't generally buy cookie dough from the freezer section of UK supermarkets. There isn't a tradition here of eating raw cookie dough as a foodstuff or garnish to (eg) ice cream. If I want cookies, I make them from scratch at home - but the UK has a huge range of sweet biscuits, which are generally preferred to cookies, except in the context of US-style coffee shops.