Sweet Joy Stick Ice Cream

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Ice Cream . . . in a Stick?
Sweet Joy is a shop just down from the ruins of St. Paul's in Macau that serves an unusual Korean ice cream treat: soft-serve ice cream that is squeezed into a thick cornmeal "cone" in the shape of a traditional, foot-long candy cane.

Filled with vanilla at one end and chocolate at the other, with the ice cream poking out in a miniature spire, it seems gimmicky and more than a touch suggestive at first. However, the thick and chewy stick adds a pleasing texture to the ice cream that is not usually present with dry, flaky cones.

It doesn't get any less disturbing to eat, though!
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