Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 3rd, 2010

Today’s reader-written blog entry comes to us from Norma P. from Marlboro, NJ. Norma was asked to provide an A-to-Z description of ice cream and she did exactly that! Is she missing anything? We don’t think so, but if you have any ideas, let us know with a comment.

A   addictive, adventurous, affordable, amazing, attractive, awesome

B   beloved, bold, buoyant, bright, brilliant, buttery

C   colorful, cool, cozy, creamy, creative

D   delicious, delightful, desirable, distinctive, dreamy, dynamic

E   elegant, energetic, enthralling, epicurean, ethereal, excellent

F   fabulous, fantastic, fascinating, favorite, firm, flavorful, full-bodied, fresh, fruity, fun

G   germane, gifted, glorious, good, gorgeous

H   happy, healthy

I   imaginative, incomparable, impeccable, incredible

J   jolly, joyful, joyous, juicy

K   kissable, kooky

L   lively, luscious, lustrous

M   magnificent, majestic, mighty, miraculous, modern, moist, multicolored

N   natural, nostalgic, nutritious

O   original, outstanding

P   perfect, playful, pleasant, pleasing, powerful, premium

Q   quality, quintessential

R   refreshing, relevant, remarkable, rich

S   seasonal, silky, smooth, soft, spontaneous, successful, sweet

T   tasty, toothsome, trustworthy

U   ultimate, unique, universal

V   vibrant, vivacious

W   wacky, wholesome, witty, wonderful, wondrous, worldly, worthy

X   “xcellent”

Y   yummy

Z   zany, “z-best,” zesty

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48 Responses to “ICE CREAM FROM A TO Z”

  1. Jane M says:

    Happy Fourth of July everyone! Happy 234th birthday of the USA!

    • Madalyn says:

      The Fourth if July is NOT the anniversary of America, they signed the Declaration of Independence on that day, but the birth of America was when the Treaty of Paris was signed just a couple months afterwards.

  2. Carol Y says:

    Now THAT is the perfect use of the alphabet!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Jacqueline Seewald says:

    Great job! Very thorough.

  4. Vicki Spokes says:

    Turkey Hill Ice Cream fits with the 4th like Peanut Butter goes with jelly!!

  5. Ken says:

    HAPPY 4th of JULY EVERYBODY! Don’t forget plenty of Turkey Hill!!

  6. KJ Herb says:

    I think TK ice cream is simply SCRUMPTIOUS!

  7. Sarah says:

    Wow, way to go Norma! I’m sure it was hard to find words that would fit for some of the more letters seldom used.

  8. Elise says:

    I love to read and to improve my vocabulary, as well as doing word puzzles! This entry was so much fun for me to read!

  9. Cheryl says:

    Great job on the Ice Cream Alphabet. It was an “xcellent” idea. Have a great 4th of July everyone.

  10. Ken says:

    I love your ice cream!

  11. karen says:

    Great job!

  12. Sheryl Valenza says:

    WOW !!!!!!! great ideas from people—thanks to Turkey Hill staff for letting us tell them how great their ice cream/products are !!!!!!!

  13. Nancy O. Arnold says:

    Only thing better than reading about Turkey Hill ice cream is eating it! To the alphabet list I would add C = comforting and e = essential — both for my well-being. Thanks for offering such a wonderful collection of flavors — especially in the no-sugar added variety. Happy 4th!

  14. CAROL TRIANO says:

    Norma, that was a great job. Now go and have a bowl of Turkey Hill Ice Cream to reward yourself!!

  15. Marcy says:

    Happy 4th to everyone and the most wonderful way to describe the Alphabet using ice cream.

  16. jonibee says:

    What a nice way to learn the alphabet..

  17. marion says:

    V=My vice!–Just pass me a bowl of alphabet ice cream.

  18. Sheila says:

    This is great, Norma!! Have a happy July 4!!

  19. Sharon says:

    I must say Norma did a terrific job! I wonder if she did it by herself, or brainstormed with friends over ice cream. I would add “delectable”.

  20. Jean Marie says:

    Great job, Norma! I would add these words:


  21. Caroline of Manalapan says:

    Norma, my hubby & I love your alphabet. Very original. You deserve a year of free TH for that and if you get it we will be over to Marlboro to share the eating of it. Now Ernie did TH have for the 4th a Neapolitan of Strawberry, Vanilla and Blueberry?

  22. Pat says:

    Great description Norma! 🙂

  23. Ellen says:

    Way to go Norma. Your alphabet is incredible. Happy Fourth of July weekend everyone. Have fun, be safe.

  24. Carolyn says:

    Nice list, but I think “S” is missing one – “satisfying.”

  25. Cinda F says:

    Okay that icecream alphabet was good but have a few additives to the letters. A -appealing G- genuine S-SENSATIONAL Oh well however you put it Turkey Hill is the BEST from A-Z Try next to figure toppings and flavors for all the letters

  26. Peggy M says:

    Happy 4th of July to everyone!

    Norma did a great job and now I’m ready for a big bowl of TH and I will be thinking of her descriptions as I eat it.

  27. Janet says:

    Who knew there were so many adjectives to describe ice cream? Good Job!

  28. lee carr says:

    I work in a library and there are several alphabet books for children but none of them compare to this one. this is fantastic.

  29. Nancy N says:

    Great job! I certainly can’t think of any more to add to it!

  30. Lynda says:

    Happy 4th to the good ole USA.Land of freedom and living once as we wish. Happy to each and everyone on this wonderful 4th.. I am sure everyone is enjoying TH ice cream as we all do every day. Norma that was a great job sometimes I can not think of much to go with anything. Way to go on a great job well done, salute to you–

  31. emilia says:

    I was wondering what you could do with that dreaded “X”. Good one!

  32. Arvella says:

    Great job on the alphabet listing. You must have been eating Turkey Hill ice cream while writing this. It’s very “inspiring”.

  33. That was great! I just never would have thought of putting the list from A to Z to describe ice cream like that. So imaginative.

  34. Great description for ice cream!!! Hooray for Norma.

  35. Mary says:

    What a great use of the good old alphabet!

  36. Mrs K says:

    I was wondering what “x” would be. Good job! 🙂

  37. debbie f. says:

    Great Job Norma

  38. Jim in SOMD says:

    This quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.

  39. Kathy M. says:

    I’m craving my witty, jolly, bold and brilliant ice cream cone RIGHT NOW!

  40. Lala says:

    You forgot chunky

  41. Anna says:

    Best adjective homework research to have with this site almost cheating

  42. eating ice cream when i comment says:

    i luv ice cream pls

  43. aarthika says:

    it was good but i expected more relating to ‘ice cream’

  44. Madalyn says:

    Sorry, but there are literally like 5 of these words that ACTUALLY describe ice cream. Seriously? Energetic? Spontaneous? Come on, you should have said words to desicribe anything BUT ice cream… Sorry, but it is absolutely 100% true.

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