HOME > Chowhound > Kosher >
What are you cooking today? Share your food adventure
TELL US

Ben and Jerry's Pesach Ice Cream

c
chai18 Apr 11, 2012 08:58 AM

http://www.benjerry.co.il/hebrew/Arti...

  1. Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
  1. e
    ettilou Apr 11, 2012 09:12 AM

    I am soooo jealous, if for no other reason that its a novelty to serve your kids. Thanks for the link. I would love to try thr charoses flavor.......;)

    1. r
      rockycat Apr 11, 2012 05:51 PM

      My kid wants to go to Israel NOW. I just want to know what's in the haroset ice cream.

      4 Replies
      1. re: rockycat
        queenscook Apr 11, 2012 06:31 PM

        I don't know, but most things in most charosot would be perfectly at home in ice cream: apples, cinnamon, nuts, dates, raisins, figs, etc.

        1. re: queenscook
          r
          rockycat Apr 12, 2012 06:57 AM

          It was mostly the apples I was wondering about. Messers Cohen & Greenfield don't do apples or apple topping in their ice creams, IIRC. I was wondering how they incorporated that part.

          1. re: rockycat
            d
            DeisCane Apr 12, 2012 08:45 AM

            What? B&J's has had multiple apple-focused flavors:

            American Apple Pie
            Apple Pie
            Apple Crumble
            Apple-y Ever After

            1. re: DeisCane
              r
              rockycat Apr 12, 2012 11:38 AM

              Apparently not in Israel, based on this page
              http://www.benjerry.co.il/branches

              There is one apple flavor in their Flavor Graveyard, but that's all I saw.

      2. m
        mommysmazal Apr 11, 2012 07:40 PM

        Many thanks for posting this link. Loved the moving cow. Dulce d'Leche took a few minutes to figure out like many of the words that aren't really Hebrew. Would love to try the Charoset ice cream. Thanks again.

        1 Reply
        1. re: mommysmazal
          r
          rockycat Apr 12, 2012 06:59 AM

          LOL. It was the "Cherry Garcia" in Hebrew that had me stumped. Next to that, I thought that Dulce de Leche was a breeze. I sent my kid a greeting card from the website and she was mighty confused to get a e-mail in Hebrew this morning. I had to reassure her that it was safe to open.

        2. s
          sharonfl Apr 12, 2012 07:44 AM

          Had a lot of fun with this website. My 14 year old who is going to Israel on Sunday got a kick out of it and even played one of the games. Todah rabah chai18!

          1. c
            chai18 Apr 12, 2012 09:51 AM

            http://blogs.timesofisrael.com/ben-je...

            Show Hidden Posts