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The Strangest Ice Cream Flavor From Every State

Looking for a cool way to cool down on your next fifty-state road trip? Then you won't want to miss this great Delish article that features the strangest flavor of ice cream available in each state. As you might expect, not every state has particularly kookie flavors (Alabama, is black walnut really the wackiest you can come up with), but even so, there are plenty of outrageous tastes worth trying. 

Personally, I'd love to try Louisiana's champagne and violet or Kansas' pineapple cilantro sorbet, but I admit that I'm a little terrified of New York's horseradish flavor and Maine's lobster ice cream served with real chunks of lobster.

We dish up more neat food posts at the Neatolicious blog

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How about cicada as a flavour. Yes, when the ten year brood came around one year, a local ice cream maker, Sparky's, created cicada ice cream and it sold out.
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