Neapolitan ice

Ne`a`pol´i`tan ice


1.An ice or ice cream containing eggs as well as cream.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Florence then underwent a full restoration, with the help of the VDub Bodyshop, in Audlem, and given a fresh new look which included being hand-painted in Neapolitan ice cream colours.
"I personally love the colours (which are a bit like a Neapolitan ice cream!) and the clever use of space," she said.
A light pastel colour scheme offset by deeper hues, such as midnight and matte black, is a hit with Lorraine, who says: "I personally love the colours (which are a bit like a Neapolitan ice cream!) and the clever use of space."
Strawberry Patch looks like what you'd find in the middle layer of Neapolitan ice cream.
I've been skeptical of taking fruit advice from NASA since I was a boy and discovered the strawberry in NASA's freeze-dried astronaut Neapolitan ice cream tasted a lot like chalk.
Neapolitan ice cream is typically made up of what flavours?
By lunch, you can reach the fishing village of Boccadasse on foot and wander along the steps which wind down past mangroves and Neapolitan ice cream-coloured houses to reach the shale beach.
The Three Musketeers, The Three Degrees, the Holy Trinity, Neapolitan ice cream...
Just like Neapolitan ice cream you can *never* make up your mind.
His discussion with his wife Bev (Erin McGinnis) about seemingly inconsequential things such as various national capitals and the origin of neapolitan ice cream, belie their internal battle to make sense out of the senselessness of their son's suicide.
He wished he had some to offer her, but all he had in his freezer was a cardboard box of drugstore brand Neapolitan ice cream.