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Mary Beth Albright’s Food History: Carvel Ice Cream
Washington Post Food Anchor Mary Beth Albright visits the Carvel archive in the basement at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History to explore her childhood food favorites -- Cookie Puss and Fudgie the Whale – as well as seek evidence in the decades-old feud over who created soft-serve ice cream: Carvel or Dairy Queen?
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