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On July 15, we celebrated National Ice Cream Day, followed last Thursday by National Ice Cream Sandwich Day. But we haven't been able to celebrate our favorite dessert and our favorite retrocomputer together — until now. Finally, these two great tastes go great together thanks to Not Your Mother, a vegan ice cream parlor that just opened in Toronto.
As if the dairy-free menu options weren't niche enough, the restaurant has chosen a 1970s-themed naming convention — and one particular menu item caught my eye. What Kat Smith described as a "vegan vanilla soft serve topped with flaky, dairy-free pie crumbles, apple pie sauce, caramel, and meatless bacon bits" features two apples… so it is aptly named the Apple II.
In keeping with an Apple II theme, I propose these other menu items:
- • Super Serial Card: A waffle wafer sundae topped with mint chocolate chip ice cream and Lucky Charms.
- • Zip GSX: Espresso-flavored ice cream with hot fudge sauce.
- • 4am: Cinnamon ice cream with marshmallows and graham-cracker crumbs.
- • csa2: Jalapeño ice cream with pecans, almonds, and walnuts.
- • Juiced.GS: A fruit-punch smoothie.
What other Apple-themed treats would Not Your Mother have to serve to get you to road-trip to Toronto?