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Legend has it that the ice cream sandwich was invented in 1899 by a pushcart peddler on New York City’s Lower East Side. It consisted of a layer of vanilla ice cream pressed between two small, thin graham wafers.
Oh, for the good old days.
They’re history at Baskin-Robbins, which has launched a 21st century ice cream sandwich bomb.