Eat the Cone?

Living in South America meant we did not have a refrigerator, thus, no ice cream. When we returned, an auntie gave me an ice cream cone. I savored every drop of ice cream my little tongue could reach and then I was perplexed. “Why put ice cream in the bottom of this cone-thingy where no one can eat it?”

I asked for a spoon and after the adults stopped laughing, I was informed that I could “eat the cone and all.” Did they think I could eat the cone separate from the ice cream? “Eat the Cone and All” –That’s how Texans talk.

Seemed peculiar to eat something so good and cold but then to eat the cone was an out of this world experience.

Can you remember your first ice cream cone?

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