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Ben and Jerry's looking for new Seattle-inspired flavor

The people that brought you Cherry Garcia are on the hunt for a new flavor in Seattle.

SeattlePI.com reports, the company will have "flavor gurus" on our streets in two weeks to learn about our unique dessert tastes.

What I have so far is: chocolate ice cream with Twix bar and I call it Jimi Hen-Twix.

Perhaps a seafood inspired offering, like ice cream with Swedish fish candy and Paul Allen playing a guitar called Jammin' with Salmon. So it gets worse.

Any Seattle flavor would have to have coffee or possibly beer, right?

What's your suggestion?

Bill Radke, KIRO Radio Anchor
Bill Radke is host of Seattle's Morning News on KIRO Radio (weekdays 5-9) and has been known to sing hits from sensitive singer-songwriters of the 1970s in the newsroom.
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Bill is co-host of Seattle's Morning news, 5-9, on 97.3 KIRO FM. Bill is well known in the Northwest as a journalist, author, comedian, and talk show host. Radke started his career at KIRO as an intern in 1983. He recently returned home from Los Angeles.

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