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Sunda may refer to:

  • Sunda Islands, a group of islands in the western part of the Malay archipelago
  • Sunda Strait, the strait between Java and Sumatra
  • Sunda Shelf, part of the continental shelf of Southeast Asia, covered by the South China Sea which isolates islands such as Borneo, Sumatra and Java
  • Sundaland, a biogeographical region of Southeastern Asia that comprises the Malay Peninsula and the Malay Archipelago islands west of the Wallace Line
  • Kingdom of Sunda, a kingdom that existed in west part of Java from the 7th century to the 16th century
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History of Ice Cream Sundae (1256 words)
ICE CREAM SUNDAE - In 1881, George Hallauer asked Edward C. Berner, the owner of a soda fountain at 1404 - 15th Street, to top a dish of ice cream with chocolate sauce, hitherto used only for ice cream sodas.
Reportedly, the ice cream sundae was invented on a hot Sunday at the C.C. Platt drugstore, owned by Chester C. Platt (1869-1934).
There are at least half a dozen communities in America that claim the Sundae as their own; another famous etymology traces the ice cream sundae to Ithaca, New York.
Sundae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (476 words)
A typical sundae consists of a dish of ice cream topped with sauce or syrup (often chocolate, caramel, butterscotch, or strawberry-flavored), chopped peanuts, whipped cream, and a maraschino cherry.
Of the many stories about the invention of the sundae, one common theme is the sinfulness of the Ice Cream Soda and the need to produce a substitute for the popular treat for consumption on Sunday.
A variation of the hot fudge sundae is the banana split, which generally has two extra scoops of ice creams of different flavors, lying over a split banana.
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