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Salt&Straw first introduced these pints back in 2018 and they have caused a fair amount of division since they were released to the general public.

Of course, there are lots of people out there who may not wish to try these. We can see why. It’s not like the average person was out there looking to get their hands on turkey-flavored ice cream, that is for sure.

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Meanwhile, those who have taken the time to try them out will tell you that they are not that bad, actually. We are going to have to take everyone’s word for it ourselves because we do not have the guts to sample any of these.

Of course, now that these pints are back, we would be remiss if we did not mention their classic Turkey and Cranberry Sauce flavor.

If you have never had this ice cream before, it is centered around the following flavor profile: thyme and cubeb pepper turkey bacon brittle that has been combined with a tart cranberry sauce. For some, this may sound intriguing. To others, this could sound awful. There are other flavors to choose from as well if this one does not sound good to you.

You could try out the Parker House Rolls with Salted Butter, which is made with the usage of salted butter ice cream. At least there are a few flavors that sound somewhat appetizing.

We are actually intrigued by the Vermont maple syrup-sweetened Pumpkin & Gingersnap Pie.

The Roasted Peach & Sage Cornbread Stuffing might actually work for us, too.

Last but not least, we are pleased to report that the Mom’s Mango Pie is making its return as well. This flavor was created during a collaboration with Hrishikesh Hirway, a well known musician.

The titular recipe comes from his mother’s mango ice cream. We are sure that she is proud to have been included in such a crazy collection.

If you would like to take home a pack of all five flavors, you will need to have $85 on hand. The pints were first made available on November 4 so be sure to act quickly.

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