Letters: Aug. 31, 1981

Ice Cream

To the Editors:

Upon finishing your story on ice cream [Aug. 10], my husband got out of bed, dressed, drove four miles to Baskin-Robbins, purchased a quart each of French vanilla and double chocolate fudge. He polished off a bowl of the combined flavors before drifting off to sleep, where visions of sugarplums must have danced in his head.

Eugenia Jennett

Pasadena, Calif.

Late one night, after finishing your article on ice cream, I forgot calories, triglycerides and cholesterol. I had to have ice cream, preferably mocha-nut or rum-raisin marshmallow-nut. What had my...

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