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dagwood 07-26-2010 @ 5:24 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Every carnival, circus or school picnic had cho cho's. Malted flavored and easily made soft. I would love to have one today.
Mike Connors



duh . . . all you have to do to have one is follow Rich Creator's recipe . . Confused

mikeconnors 07-21-2010 @ 6:55 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Every carnival, circus or school picnic had cho cho's. Malted flavored and easily made soft. You could peel the paper and push the malted ice cream up. I would love to have one today. I think my love for beer today started with the malt that made cho cho's so special.

Mike Connors

Richcreator 07-07-2010 @ 6:17 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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This website, Diana's Desserts, is the only place I have placed a link to my recipe and there are now over 800 hits already to my recipe. In other words, over 800 people have linked to my recipe from this site.
Anybody who refuses to accept or acknowledge my recipe does so deliberately and people like Nancy and dwells are only playing contempt games.  Gasp

TessTruehart 07-07-2010 @ 2:16 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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It's sad that Nancy is not playing with a full deck

but Nancy does not dissapoint dwells.

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norman 07-05-2010 @ 5:06 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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I'll never forget the Cho-Cho Bar.  When I was a child every evening the Ice Cream Man came to our neighborhood.  I always had a Cho-Cho Bar.  I have looked high and low for information on this delightful treat.  Finally I found some information, but not the information I was hoping for.  In 1939 Carnation developed the treat, then in 1982 it was reassigned to Popsicle. The worst news of all in 2003 the brand expired.  I can't believe I probably could have had a Cho-Cho Bar seven years ago.  Oh well, I will keep searching for a receipe.

Nancy

dwells 06-25-2010 @ 9:41 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Rich, you did not disappoint.

Richcreator 06-25-2010 @ 2:06 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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dwells,
Diana was looking for a recipe, NOT FOR SOME ICE CREAM COMPANY TO START MAKING CHO CHO's AGAIN.
This is a recipe website and recipe forums.
Please stop trying to hijack this thread with nonsense.
You insinuate some people are trying to kill this thread and are bullying folks. LOOK IN A MIRROR, DWELLS.
My recipe is exactly what Diana was/is looking for.
Your comments are out of place and uncalled for.
I sense some people here who don't want to see the recipe I created and who are trying to ignore it and continue this discussion as if it doesn't exist. I sense jealousy and contempt by you and others.
Rich's recipe for Cho Cho's

dwells 05-25-2010 @ 9:25 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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dagwood you disapoint.  It took you 11 days to respond with your pimping of Richcreator's recipe.  A bit slower than in the past.  Your turn Mr_Roarke.

No, it doesn't taste exactly the way my Cho Cho tasted.  You see, there are two types of Cho Cho's (argument resurrection);originally sold in a cup and one sold as a bar later on in the 50-70's.Rich's recipe does not include the chocolate covering and the nuts/malt chunks...or whatever it was on the outside of the chocolate coating.  Argue all you want as to what is a cho cho...but if you asked my ice cream man in the 60-70's he wouldm't give you ice cream in a cup.

Give it a rest on the recipe...everyone can scroll up and see it.  This is an extremely long running thread, don't try killing it by bullying folks.  Some day an executive from an icecream company may see the interest and begin producing again.

dagwood 05-20-2010 @ 5:31 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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Lee,
This discussion is about cho cho's. I am confused as to why you posted a recipe that has nothing to do with cho cho's.
Cho cho's are a malted chocolate treat and the recipe you posted has no chocolate in it whatsoever. Moreover, I can be certain that the recipe you posted cannot even be modified with chocolate to come close to the actual original taste of a cho cho but Rich's recipe, already posted here, tastes exactly like the original cho cho.
Lee, if you are interested in eating a cho cho, make Rich's recipe. If you are interested in the recipe you posted, you will not be enjoying a cho cho.






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