I don't much care for the super-fancy, high butterfat, new-flavor-combination ice cream places. A bite or two of most and I'm done. I actually like Dryers Rocky Road, but not the Rocky Road served at these high-end ice cream shops. It's like there's too much intensity - doesn't mean it's bad, but doesn't scratch the ice-cream-craving-itch for me.
I've tried. I've failed. I accept that I'm a cretin.
(Though I do like some of the more typical sorbet flavors some of these places create. Is that redeeming?)
My favorite homemade quesadilla involves cheapass flour tortillas, chunks of Swiss cheese, and the thing tossed in the microwave for melting. Cut into wedges and eaten without salsa, guacamole, sour cream, etc.