1. A Gold Vending Machine: It was in my hotel.
2. The largest potato chip I’ve ever seen in my life.
3. And the three worst ice cream flavors in history. That’s Tomato. Blue Cheese. And Serrano Ham.
Ewww…lol…did you try the ice cream? It sounds awful…but the gold machine is pretty cool!!!
I don’t know…if the blue cheese flavor doesn’t have sugar in it, I’m SO ON BOARD WITH THAT.
I’ve seen worse flavors…they had maple bacon ice cream sundaes at Denny’s! Oh, the food adventures you and S22 have!
LOL, I hope you didn’t eat that unhealthy potato chip. I wouldn’t go near those ice cream flavors.
A friend of mine made jalapeno ice cream she said it was pretty good http://www.jalapenocafe.com/recipes/desserts/des_jalapenoicecream.html
Jorge , you visit some interesting places. who on earth eats Blue cheese ice cream!!!?!?!
Yikes. I have heard from a few people that the Gilroy Garlic Festival’s garlic ice cream is actually rather good, and now that I see your post, I think it’s gotta be way better than bleu cheese. Egads. Though, maybe you put the three flavors together and you have some wicked sandwich-y sundae??
Gold to go. Very practical.
hahahaha… did you buy the gold? did you try the ice cream? did you eat the chip? we need to know these things!
Ok, You have to come and have an ice cream in Italy, there’s beans, pore mushroom, onions, pasta….. EW!!!
That’s one beast of a potato chip, kinda looks like Evard Munch’s ‘The Scream’ if you tilt your head to the right.
I wonder who would even consider eating that ice cream???? YUCK.
You find the wildest things, always crack me up.
jjaaj cosas españolas,, spanish things! está muy de moda vender oro,sell gold is in fashion..we are in economic crisis :S ,hay mucha crisis economica en españa y las tiendas de venta de oro se han disparado por todo el pais, desde capitales como Madrid o Barcelona, hasta en ciudades mas pequeñas.
At our state fair that ended a couple of weeks ago, they were selling sweet corn ice cream.
wow those are some crazy flavors! gold bar vending machines awesome! big chips mmmm!
Haven’t the Spainard’s heard of ATM theft? Or does the machine dispence an ownership certificate?
The things I learn from your blog – had no idea there were gold vending machines!
I just have to say one thing first. You are so so cute in this picture. I think they go to far when it comes to Ice Cream. Vanilla and Chocolate ok and maybe Mint and chip. I like homemade the best. Thanks for the pictures.
GIMMIE THAT POTATO CHIP! Yummmmm – E!!!
Did you get Bethany a little something from the vending machine???… what… it didn’t take quarters? Bhahahahahaha
Nunca he visto máquinas que venden oro, ni sabía que exiten y vivo en España. Las patatas fritas seguro que estaban buenísimas pero en cuanto a los helados decir que a mi tampoco se me hacen nada apetecibles el de tomate, el de jamón y el de queso azul.
Yo creo que donde esté un buen plato de jamón serrano de pata negra que se quite cualquier helado por mucho que se le parezca.
Un saludo Jorge,
Evidently they have those gold machines in Las Vegas casinos now too. Blue cheese? I don’t even like that in normal form, let along ice cream. Gross.
I’m thinking they don’t add sugar to the ice cream flavors, so it’s probably not sweet. I would definitely eat tomato or blue cheese ice cream, but ham seems like a weird flavor.
Nah you know I think I could dig the blue cheese one if it wasn’t too pungent 🙂
Ham might be good.
My friend, these things are not uncommon.
The real Spanish omelette with potato and onion is.. but many people do not want onion and is a problem. In Spain, the omelette is really egg and potato and onion. We will not have a problem.
A Spanish tortilla with egg and potato is fine.
MMMMMMmmmmmmm!!! I want me some ham ice cream . . . Here’s something to think about: using it in a rootbeer float!
I used to live 45 minutes from the Gilroy Garlic Festival and yes, the garlic ice cream is pretty good, but to be honest by that time I had eaten so much garlic that it was going to be garlic ice cream no matter what.
I would have tried the tomato ice cream…
In Vancouver there is Casa Gelato, when I was there I sampled portobello, blue cheese and pear, kimchee, and a few other weird flavors. Of course I ordered something normal.
Have you tried the serrano ham ice cream? I’d really be curious about its taste.
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