and anytime she can bring gallons of ice cream and scoop at events she will. This past winter, she was on Rachel Ray’s show and when asked what she wanted as a gift from the TV show host, Grace donated a 5K gift to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. are something you don’t need to go hunt- ing for, there’s an element of salty to the sweet, and the vanilla base is bomb. I ate this pint in two days. I loved it, and defi- nitely recommend Snack Attack while you can still get your hands on it. “Ice cream isn’t curing anyone, but it’s a kind of medicine or a break for whatever is going on,” says Grace. Their flavors do change constantly, so go check out what flavors she’s whipping up now! My favorite flavor from the current lineup is Snack Attack. Labeled as "Vanilla bean ice cream & crispy caramelized snack mix of pretzels, potato chips, butter crackers, peanut butter cups, & candy coated choc- olate," Little G is known for their high mix- in density, and as the person who likes to dig chunks of filling out of ice cream fla- vors, usually leaving a sad hole-filled pint of ice cream in my wake, I was pleased to put Little G to the test. Girl. The mix-ins Where to buy: goldbelly.com She suggests: eating it right out of the containers “Ice cream isn’t curing anyone, but it’s a kind of medicine or a break for whatever is going on,” says Grace. SNACK ATTACK © Hundred-to-One LLC 2017. All rights reserved.