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Company Debuts Mince Meat and Bread Stuffing Ice Cream Flavors

Don't have time to cook a whole Thanksgiving dinner? No problem. This year, you can take it all home in a carton. Just make sure you've got room in the freezer. (Continued below photo...)

Oregon-based Salt & Straw Ice Cream has introduced 10 new and unique holiday ice cream flavors, including Brown-Bread Stuffing, made with sweet brown bread, savory local herbs, fresh roasted Oregon chestnuts and tart apricots, and Mince Meat, made with cinnamon clove ice cream swirled with currants, ginger-candied oranges and shortbread cookies. The holiday ice cream flavors are available starting in October in $65 five-flavor gift packs for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Other flavors include Sweet Potato Marshmallow and Bourbon Pecan Pie.

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