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By Suzanne Corbett, STLSportsPage.com Food Editor

Ice cream diva Tamara Keefe, creator and owner of Clementine’s Naughty and Nice Creamery, has stepped up to the plate once again to help support another great cause. The latest non-profit to reap the sweet rewards from Clementine’s endeavors is Cardinal’s Care through its creation of the Sundae at the Ballpark.

"We are huge Cardinals fans and wanted to come up with something for families to enjoy together, which is why I created this gigantic sundae filled with all of your favorite things from the ballpark,” said Keefe. “ The fact that we are doing this for such an incredible charity is the cherry on top." 

Served in a Cracker Jack box, Sundae at the Ballpark features a scoop of midnight pleasures chocolate and Madagascar vanilla topped with chocolate covered peanuts and molasses puff (from the Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate Company), honey peanut butter sauce, strawberry sauce, hot fudge, cracker jacks, whipped cream and a cherry.  It’s a grand slam favor combination designed to make any Cardinal fan and ice cream lover happy. 

Cost is $8 with 50% of sales going to Cardinals Care, which makes eating all the ice cream you want a good thing. Sundae in the Park is available now thru October at both Clementine locations (1637 S. 18th Street in Lafayette Square and 730 DeMun in Clayton).