- ‘The Politician’ is a dark and cynical answer to ‘Glee’ 1 Year Ago
- Netflix’s ‘Ozark’ beat ‘Game of Thrones’ in 2 major Emmy categories 1 Year Ago
- Animator for Netflix’s ‘Carmen Sandiego’ says he was fired after asking for fair pay Sunday 3:17 PM
- YouTube reverses decision to remove creators’ badges Sunday 1:47 PM
- How video game developer Valve got served secret subpoena as part of FBI’s counterterrorism fight Sunday 12:31 PM
- Aron Eisenberg, ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ actor, dead at 50 Sunday 11:35 AM
- Who needs glass slippers? This Cinderella cosplayer upgraded with a stunning glass arm Sunday 10:19 AM
- How to check if Yahoo owes you $358 Sunday 9:25 AM
- How to stream Bears vs. Redskins on Monday Night Football Sunday 7:00 AM
- What are the best alternatives to the electoral college? Sunday 6:30 AM
- The best PS4 games you can’t play anywhere else Sunday 6:00 AM
- How to watch the 2019 Emmy Awards Sunday 5:00 AM
- How to stream ‘Power’ season 6, episode 5 Sunday 4:00 AM
- Former developer at software company deletes his code to protest its ties to ICE Saturday 4:21 PM
- A mysterious website is doxing Hong Kong protesters and journalists Saturday 1:44 PM
Perhaps no condiment is quite as polarizing as mayonnaise. Sure, people have very strong opinions about mustard and ranch dressing, and what is or is not an acceptable vehicle for ketchup (burgers and fries, heck yes; hot dogs and eggs, hell no). But something about mayo just really turns a lot of people off.
I mean, when it comes down to it, mayonnaise is just an emulsion of oil, egg yolk, vinegar, and lemon juice … OK, so maybe it’s not that hard to see why some are grossed out by it. But for everyone else, there’s nothing like a tangy, creamy coat of mayo to enhance a sandwich or salad.
That’s all well and good, but how many people would eat mayonnaise-flavored ice cream? Cue record scratch.
Don’t panic, you won’t see the flavor in your grocery store freezer case anytime soon. But right now mayonnaise ice cream is being produced by a small, independently owned Scottish ice cream shop called Ice Falkirk.
A post shared by ICE (@ice_falkirk) on
In addition to its Hellman’s-inspired dessert, Ice Falkirk has also been known for creating “wacky” flavors such as Monster Energy and Strongbow hard cider, both which sound infinitely less gross than mayo.
As news of this Frankenstein’s monster of a confection went viral, people sounded off on Twitter to express their disgust.
everyday and in everyway we stray further from god's light https://t.co/0XwTxE68BE— Desus Nice (@desusnice) July 25, 2018
CLOSE THE SARCOPHAGUS https://t.co/RXGz5GHB7N— Andrien Gbinigie (@EscoBlades) July 25, 2018
If I bite into some mayo ice cream thinking it’s vanilla, somebody gotta see these hands. https://t.co/pO4rpta3n1— Dukes (@Duck_Duck_Dukes) July 26, 2018
something is very wrong with us https://t.co/3oPXQue3gC— Ben Sasse (@BenSasse) July 26, 2018
I dunno, my recipe for Human Blood Toenail Swirl Gelato has raised a few eyebrows https://t.co/G5azYxaN70— Kevin Murphy (@kwmurphy) July 26, 2018
What the Hellmann https://t.co/AHkDurx40M— Aimeeeeeee (@aimeefarishxo) July 26, 2018
And an A+ for this Tomi Lahren shade:
Tomi are you behind this. https://t.co/etmaD3y19g— feminist next door (@emrazz) July 26, 2018
Obligatory something about “ice cream makers were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they never stopped to think if they should.” Still, most of us would take dinosaurs over this.
H/T Food & Wine
Stacey Ritzen is a reporter and editor based in West Philadelphia with over 10 years' experience covering pop culture, web culture, entertainment, and news. You can follow her on Twitter @staceyritzen.