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What's a Heath Bar?

Posted on 2000-02-16
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Lacking an icecream section to Experts Exchange I thought Delphi was the right place for this question.

Sorry if you object but....

What is a Heath Bar, I need some to make Icecream but havn't got a clue.

Delph & Icecream, what more is there to life?

Appart from beer of course.
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by:simonet
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>Delph & Icecream, what more is there to life?

Dr. Pepper!

>Appart from beer of course.

Of course!

What beats beer + ice cream + Dr. Pepper, all on a single bow?!


Alex
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by:DrDelphi
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Alka-Seltzer?
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by:mike_tipping
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But without the Heath bar there is no Icecream so what is it? (And that is Heath not Health miss spelt
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by:JoeBooth
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Heath bars are toffee flavored inside covered with chocolate topping...

Little too sweet for my taste, but not bad...
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by:mike_tipping
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Anything similar to a DIME bar (soft on the outside crunchy on the inside...) Armadillo (sorry))
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by:JoeBooth
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Never had a Dime bar since I've haven't been to England in a few years, but Heath bars are soft on the outside and crunchy on the inside...
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by:mike_tipping
ID: 2527309
Any ideas on 'Bing Cherries'?
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by:DrDelphi
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Sure, he did all those "On the road to.." movies with Bob Hope! <g>

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by:geobul
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'Bing Cherries' are cherries in liquor.
They can be made with other alchocol too.

Regards, Geo
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edey earned 0 total points
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Bing Cherries are the small(ish) very red ones (tending to purple when overripe) ones that are very common (at least here in Canada). Some digging found a fairly good pix:

http://www.cushmans.com/cart/category.cfm?cat=81

Gl
Mike
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