Hot Fudge Sundae

The hot fudge sundae-eating experience is not only about the quality of ice cream, hot fudge, whipped cream, chopped nuts, and maraschino cherry of which it is constructed. How it is served matters, too. Does it come with the sauce already applied or – here’s the magic – does it come with all the ingredients assembled except for the hot fudge, which comes in a small pitcher alongside? This presentation demands diligent decision-making. Do you pour on all the fudge at one time, willy-nilly, risking that some will spill over the sides of the serving glass? Do you pour it on spoonful-by-spoonful, carefully insuring that every bite has just the proper balance of ice cream and fudge? Or do you eat all the ice cream, with maybe just a dash of fudge poured on each spoonful, so you can then conclude your snack with a dizzy chocoholic binge by downing all the hot fudge that remains?

Restaurants With This Dish

Lawry’s the Prime Rib

CHICAGO, IL

Dick’s Drive-In

SEATTLE, WA

Blue Canoe Cafe

RIDGE SPRING, SC

Hodgman’s Frozen Custard

NEW GLOUCESTER, ME

Dewar’s Candy Shop

BAKERSFIELD, CA

Crown Candy Kitchen - Chocolate Malt
Crown Candy Kitchen

ST. LOUIS, MO

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