|This is supposed to be Neapolitan|
In our house colours and flavours are used interchangeably. "Brown" is pretty much always chocolate in the case of ice cream. To Farmgirl "pink" is a colour, flavour and pretty much a way of life. She is devoted to it in all its forms. Particularly in the form of ice cream. Normally it falls in the spectrum of strawberry, raspberry or at worse bubble gum. Once we were caught out with some type of cherry liqueur which did not go down so well.
I have vague memories that when I was younger Neapolitan ice cream was kind of all swirled together a bit like an old fashioned marble cake. This tricolour effect is new to me. I can also remember a swirly mix of bright yellow, green and white icecream called Tutti Frutti or something similar.
I now have a problem. Do I wait before the kids have eaten all the "white" before I buy new ice cream? Or do I just sit down and eat it myself?