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There is some debate in our ice cream parlor what the traditional split consists of. I did some research before we opened and it seems that this is the most consistently traditional split served, even though some have marshmallow, peanuts, crushed cherries and more. I prefer hot fudge over the chocolate syrup, personally 😛
In 1904, the first banana split recipe was made here in Latrobe, Pennsylvania by David Strickler, an apprentice pharmacist at a local drug store. We still use his original formula when we make splits in our restaurants. —Melissa Blystone, Valley Dairy
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