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Korean fluffernutter ice cream is real, thanks to Roy Choi and Salt & Straw

Korean fluffernutter ice cream is real, thanks to Roy Choi and Salt & Straw

Roy Choi (Kogi BBQ, Chego, Pot, Commissary) and Portland-originated Salt & Straw combined their culinary minds to make a wacky ice cream. If you're imagining a kimchi quesadilla soft serve, we were hoping for that too, but guess again.  Choi and Salt & Straw created something called Papi's Korean Fluffernutter, inspired by the Korean-Beijingesque boiled spiced peanuts Choi ate as a kid. The ice cream includes a peanut ice cream base swirled with blackberry jelly spiced with Thai chiles and marshmallow fluff whipped with Southeast Asian spices. And of course, there are chunks of nuts.  It's part of a street food series of flavors available Friday...

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