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    A blazing hot day calls for some seriously cool treats. Fill the freezer with can't-resist frozen desserts: icebox cakes and pies, foamy floats, super-stuffed sandwiches and all the homemade ice cream you could ever eat. Don't worry about melting — your family will scarf these down before even one dribble hits their chins.

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