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Calvin Klein Eternity Ice Cream Is a Thing (But Not For Long)

OddFellows Calvin Klein Eternity for Men Cedar Scented Vanilla with Candied Ginger and Candied Grapefruit and Calvin Klein Eternity Now For Men: Cedar Scented Vanilla With Candied Ginger & Grapefruit (Photo courtesy of OddFellows Instagram)

OddFellows Calvin Klein Eternity Now for Men Cedar Scented Vanilla with Candied Ginger and Candied Grapefruit and Calvin Klein Eternity Now For Women: Peach Blossom Scented Lychee & Quince  (Photo courtesy of OddFellows Instagram)

OddFellows chef Sam Mason is known for coming up with some pretty wacky stuff (see: cotton-candy cone), but when a photo of Calvin Klein Eternity ice cream popped up today on Twitter we were a little taken aback. Fortunately, we discovered you needn’t ingest, smell, or smell like the perfume in order to enjoy the shop’s CK flavors. Mason, formerly of WD~50, used his considerable experience and real old-fashioned flavors to replicate the notes found in the fragrances.
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King Bee Is Serving Acadian Fare and a ‘Dan Smith Will Teach You Guitar’ Cocktail

(Photo: Daniel Krieger)

(Photo: Daniel Krieger)

Ok, we admit we had to resort to googling to figure out what Acadian cooking is– turns out that, like the people it was created by, it’s proto-Cajun. The menu at King Bee, which opens tonight on East Ninth Street, where Exchange Alley once lived, is inspired by this Canadian Acadian cuisine, or what Cajuns ate before they were kicked out of Canada by the British.
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