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Action Bronson Just Turned Ice Cream Into Fine Dining

Up until this point, Action Bronson’s three collaborations with NYC’s Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream have all been one-off flavors that saw no wider release beyond the event they were featured at. This is far from the case in the pair’s newest drop, a behemoth pack of ice cream flavors and sandwiches deemed the F*ck, That’s Delicious Holiday Package. 

The rapper/chef, hot off the release of his latest EP, Lamb On Rice, is no stranger to wild ice cream flavors. Back in 2017, he starred in a Munchies video where he proclaimed to be making the greatest ice cream ever: a vanilla ice cream mixed with toasted marshmallows and dark chocolate covered graham crackers. Now, while the flavor was certainly delicious, for “the greatest ice cream ever” it seemed a bit, well, vanilla.

This pack is anything but, however, consisting of seven treats that could only be from the mind of one Bronsolino, with ingredients like Charred Chocolate Eggplant Ice Cream to fried Brazil nuts. Check the details for each below.


Other items included in the pack include a F*ck, That’s Delicious and Morgenstern’s branded t-shirt and hat.

Seeing as the run will be limited to 500 packs, this ice cream will run you a larger check than most — $233 to be exact. Just think of it as the world’s first designer ice cream if you need some impulse purchase validation.

The F*ck, That’s Delicious Holiday Package is available for pre-order or in-store pickup at, and orders will be shipping out on the weekly starting next week. 

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Action Bronson’s Fried Chicken Ice Cream Sandwich Is Not For The Faint Of Heart

Action Bronson is, without question, a man of many talents. When Mr. Wonderful himself isn’t tearing it up on a hot track, you can find him in the kitchen dropping glutton bombs guaranteed to cure you of whatever munchies-induced haze is currently clouding your mind and enveloping your gut.

One of his more extreme creations is this fried chicken ice cream sandwich, created as part of his Fuck, That’s Delicious series with VICE. Dubbed the “Fat Guy,” Bronson equates consuming this monstrosity to the simultaneous indulgence of eating a Wendy’s Spicy Chicken Fillet Sandwich and a Frosty while cooked at levels beyond comprehension.

His version of this experience contains some buzzed refinement, including bananas flambe’ed in Henny and flame-roasted marshmallows for that “carbon dioxide” flavor, as Chef Bronson puts it. There’s even a Mexican chocolate sauce that coats the entirety of the sandwich not any different from how it will eventually glaze your arteries.

Those interested in constructing this amalgamation of food glory can peep here to locate Bronson’s recipe for the fried chicken ice cream sandwich. Be warned, however, that it may take an Action Bronson-sized whiff of DMT to reach the levels of mental elevation necessary to fully enjoy the fruits of your labor.


Watch Action Bronson Recklessly Toss Electric Grills Into The Crowd During A Concert

It’s not unusual to see music artists toss shirts, guitar picks, or their sweaty towels into the crowd during a show, but rapper Action Bronson like to take things up a level and just might toss out items from your local Sears kitchen department.

Bronson was performing during “Sports Illustrated Summer” at the Coney Island Boardwalk, and in the middle of the show, casually flipped a couple Breville Smart Grills for fans to fight over.

It looked like the winner of the tussle was Alexis Diaz, who tweeted out her new grill while thanking the heavyweight rapper.

In case you were wondering what it looks like when a performer throws appliances at people, it’s about the same as when they throw anything else, except you have to watch out for the sharp corners. Twitter user @scottyMcStoned caught Bronson in the act.

Fans probably thought they were just getting a musical experience, but a few lucky spectators went home with a $300 grill and maybe a bruise, or two.

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These Are The 4 Best Dishes Action Bronson Ate On His VICELAND TV Debut

Thank God for good grub and Action Bronson. The ‘Renaissance Man’ has officially returned,  working his palette in addition to spitting the usual fire, in VICELAND’s F*CK THAT’S DELICIOUS.

In the premier episode, we join Bronson and his crew—The Alchemist (DJ/Producer), Big Body Bes (Entertainer), Meyhem Lauren (Rapper)—as they eat and rap their way through a few of the stops part of his Mr. Wonderful tour: Washington D.C., Atlanta, and Miami.

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Action Bronson. Crew. Bomb food. Wackiness ensues. Check out the f*cking delicious things these boys got their hands on:

1. Lychee and Pork Salad: Roses Luxury, Washington D.C.

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General Manager Andrew Limberg and Chef/Owner Aaron Silverman of Roses Luxury presented the table with a signature tasting menu, wanting to ‘highlight the good stuff.’ The good stuff included smoked trout, catfish, brisket, chicken fried oysters with raw oyster tzatziki dill, and scrambled eggs over a soft broiler mixed with uni, topped with an uni hollandaise. Though, it was the lychee pork salad that might’ve won over Bronson’s heart: ground garlic, red onion, marscapone, lychee, and smoky pork. Everyone agreed that Roses did a good job at combining and experimenting with flavors; makes sense, since they happen to be America’s Best New Restaurant according to Bon Appetit and GQ!

2. Barbecued Chicken: Wyatt’s Country Barbecue, East Atlanta

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The gang soon enough found themselves heading south for the tour. Stopping in Atlanta, they met up with Frko Rico, an illustrator who created original artwork for Mr. Wonderful. Rico brought the boys to hidden barbecue gem Wyatt’s, named after the owner, Oscar Wyatt. Wise old Wyatt explained that the key to cooking the best BBQ is a using old-fashioned rock pit, which he definitely has, and takes advantage of. Bronson and Co. take advantage of being in town by loading up on tons of Wyatt’s tasty barbecued chicken.

3. The Original Jamaican Restaurant, East Atlanta

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Within the same city, the squad was able to try out another local-legendary barbecue joint: The Original Jamaican Restaurant. Bronson praised their curry chicken and roti (“It’s all about the surprise inside”). Other squad-approved items included the jerk chicken, coconut water, and caramelized pepper.

4. Bay Scallop Ceviche: The Dutch, South Beach

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“It just made me feel like a man…a man who loves a beautiful thing…”

Beautiful words from Action Bronson, in reaction to sampling some Bay Scallop Ceviche from The Dutch in Miami. Among all the delicacies he sampled—sandwiches, stuffed pasta, shellfish and seafood—Executive Chef Conor Hanlon’s papaya ceviche had Bronson completely intoxicated, so much that he insisted on recreating the dish right then and there. Hanlon said that it was the area’s Latin influence and fascination with ceviche that inspired the summer-flavored dish: a sweet blend of fresh bay scallops, passion fruit, red onion, and jalapeno. Getting to make the dish himself must have been that much sweeter for Bronson—he actually grew up working in kitchens in NY. “I never really went as far as I wanted to culinarily, but now, it’s like I’m living out my dreams.” Just add that to the Wonderful dream he’s already living.

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