Ice cream

Amelia enjoys some ice cream. (TV: The Eleventh Hour)

Ice cream was a type of food.

When she was a child, Jo Grant's grandfather often bought her ice cream behind the backs of her mother and father. He always used to say, "What's the harm? Life's too short." (AUDIO: The Mists of Time)

At the age of three, Tegan Jovanka did not like ice cream. (TV: Kinda)

Amy Pond's saddest memory was of dropping an ice cream at a fairground in 1994. An older version of Amy in a nightgown gave her another and told her to cheer up. (TV: Good Night)

Rhys Williams had ice cream shortly after leaving the Torchwood Hub, where he was patched up by Owen Harper. (TV: Meat)

According to the Tenth Doctor, Penhaxico Two had the most expensive ice cream in its galaxy. (COMIC: Escape to Penhaxico)

The Tenth Doctor enjoyed a brand of ice cream called Dhäkan-Dazs. (COMIC: A Rose by Any Other Name)

Donna Noble bought two tubs of mindorolan and janissary-flavoured ice cream at the Church of the High Exalted during the interval at the Concert of the Most Beautiful Music, and offered the Tenth Doctor his. It was bright green. Neither felt like finishing theirs. (PROSE: Most Beautiful Music)

The Eleventh Doctor gave Amy a raspberry ripple ice cream cone during a visit to 1960s Britain. (COMIC: Forever Dreaming)

When Miss Evangelista's data ghost was beginning to fade, she began repeating, "Ice cream." These were her last words of consciousness after death, which ran on a loop and was detected in the form of the ghost by her neural relay. (TV: Silence in the Library)

In 1996, Amelia Pond enjoyed some ice cream from a tub. (TV: The Eleventh Hour)

Osgood and Bonnie went to get some ice cream after the departure of the Twelfth Doctor. (TV: The Zygon Inversion)

The Doctor complained of an ice cream headache shortly before getting tasered by Majenta Pryce, but thought nothing of it. (COMIC: The Age of Ice)

Rose Tyler was disappointed that, when the Tenth Doctor told her he had a brilliant idea, he meant stamp collecting, not something fun like going to Mardi Gras or visiting a planet where everything was made out of ice cream. (PROSE: Stamp of Approval)

On Pete's World, ice cream counted as part of a person's five a day, something Rose Tyler saw as an upside to life in this universe. (PROSE: The Turning of the Tide)