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‘Spumoni Jesus' found in Avenues ice cream shop

‘Spumoni Jesus' found in Avenues ice cream shop

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Some are calling what showed up in an Avenues candy and ice cream shop a miracle.

Holy spumoni! "I tell you, it looks like Jesus to me," said Scott Toxsic.

Sure enough, the image is right in the middle of a bucket of ice cream at Hatch Family Chocolates.

Toxsic says why not? His image has shown up other places. "Potato chips, and brickwork, and all kinds of things," he said. "But whoever thought ice cream? It's amazing!"

He calls it a miracle. More like a dilemma of whether to eat "Spumoni Jesus," says co-owner Steve Hatch.

There are still the skeptics, like Chase Pinkham. "It just kind of looked like ice cream to me. I don't know," he said.

The Hatches haven't decided what to name their new flavor -- perhaps "sacri-licious?"



Andrew Adams


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