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Pickle-Flavored Ice Cream? It’s Hot!

Pregnant women may find themselves overjoyed at the idea of the two most common cravings — pickles and ice cream — combined. Head to the Upper West Side’s Lucky Pickle Dumpling Co., where you can get a pickle flavored soft-serve ice cream for a mere $5 if you’re feeling adventurous. The restaurant itself is a fast food place with seats for you and fourteen other epicureans living on the edge.

The siren call for food Instagrammers has been sounded. This is your opportunity to pose gleefully with the smooth, creamy, acidic taste test that proves no food is outside of your comfort zone. Live your best pickle-oriented lifestyle as you lick the tip of that green culinary barometer.

Jacob Hadjigeorgis, of Jacob’s Pickle and Maison Pickle, is on a mission to remind all New Yorkers of the torrid love affair they once had with the pickle. Has the time come to revive that love affair? Get out of the way, we’re hungry and we’re cruising for that sour, creamy taste of a pickle flavored soft-serve.

Other menu offerings include sriracha pickle slaw and a pickle cowboy t-shirt.

Shira Feder is a writer for the Forward. You can reach her at [email protected]

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