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Monday, August 12, 2013

Sweets at Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous Extend Beyond the Cone

Posted By on Mon, Aug 12, 2013 at 11:45 AM

click to enlarge We can't get enough of the peanut brittle at this Dogpatch shop. - MR. AND MRS. MISCELLANEOUS
  • Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous
  • We can't get enough of the peanut brittle at this Dogpatch shop.

Ian Flores and Annabelle Topacio, better-known as Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous, are masters of more than just ice cream. On a recent visit, while doubling up on scoops of Buttermilk Lime with Blackberry and the perfectly contrasting Ghost Pepper and Shochu, a few other craft confections made their way into our cone-clutching hands.

As if we needed another excuse to visit the Dogpatch shop.

See also: Malt Is The Flavor of Sweet Summer

The Owners of Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous Are Just Glad You Care

Harsh Dessert Conditions: Finding the Weirdest Ice Cream Flavors in S.F.

Peanut brittle ($7/6oz jar, $14/12oz jar): Roasted and salted peanuts are mixed into the sweet and crunchy chunks of caramel. Throw a little on a scoop of their sweet cream (or just about any flavor for that matter). Other brittle flavors include peanut and popcorn, sesame banana, almond, and pumpkin seed (seasonal).

Toasted Coconut Marshmallows ($1/piece): What traditional marshmallows wish they could be. A generous dusting of toasted coconut gives wonderful texture to the classic campfire treat. Your s'mores will never be the same.

Puffs ($2.50/piece): To make this sought-after sweet, Ian and Annabelle swirl vanilla marshmallows with salted caramel. The resulting square is perfectly chewy, surprisingly airy, and dangerously delicious.

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