The hubs and I took a road trip to Boston to visit our college friend Allison this past weekend. It was a long drive (7 hours) for a 3 day weekend, but it was well worth it. We saw so much and ate so many good meals in two days, that I'll have to do a series of posts about our experiences. Here's Part 1:
Allison knows I'm a foodie. She was kind enough to pack our weekend with trips to her favorite eateries, including Toscanini's, which had some of the richest and most unique ice cream I've ever tasted.
I read in a tour book that Boston has some of the best ice cream in America. Despite the fact that I'm lactose intolerant, I love ice cream. Allison said she knew the perfect place, and she was right.
The New York Times said Toscanini's (which is in Cambridge, not Boston :) had the best ice cream in America and the shop isn't even in New York, so it had to be true, right?
After tasting a sample, I settled on the B3 (Brown Sugar, Brown Butter, Brownie) ice cream.