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Cold Sweat Ice Cream

Ahh, the things we do for fun in North Carolina:

This ice cream comes with an unusual stipulation — customers must sign a waiver before tasting it because it's so hot.

Cold Sweat, a flavor sold at Sunny Sky's, an ice cream shop on N.C. 55, is made with three kinds of pepper and two kinds of hot sauce.

"It tastes like fire — with a side of fire," said Scott McCallum, a regular customer, who was eating the more sedate butter pecan flavor.

"I thought it was a cool idea, but I didn't think he'd make it that hot," McCallum said of proprietor Scott Wilson.

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