I feel very strongly that ice cream is a year-round staple. And I suspect the centuries of year-round shivering UK natives have in their blood would ensure their ability to handle it.
I don't get it either. It's cold an my kids want ice cream. Not hot chocolate. It's TOO hot.I had an uncle who would try and get us kids to try a swig of whiskey in the cold weather. Needless to say we never saw that uncle again...
I know what you mean - do you have a Cold Stone in your area? this ice cream is my downfall... Cake batter ice cream with brownie and fudge... yumLove to you.Kelly
The ice cream truck still makes the rounds inn the WINTER... here in Norway. CRAZY
I don't know what's wrong with me, but I'm not a big fan of Ice cream. I know I know ... don't hate me because I'm svelte due to lack of the ice cream (not to mention chocolate) addiction. However, to each their own and HAPPY ICE CREAM EATING TO YA!!!!Blessings from the frozen, wet, grey and dreary midwest!
Never too cold for ice cream, that does make sense!
In Atlanta, where we have winter for maybe 4 weeks, all of the ice cream shops are closed. Like, all of them. They close on October 1st, or something, when it's still 70 degrees. If you want ice cream, you have to risk your life to drive to the ghetto and get it from this local chain. Where people get shot sometimes.
I like Cake.
me too! Ice Cream is the cure all!
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmm, pralines and cream! Bring on the waffle cones!
That's it, I'm moving. So cool. Our poor ice cream man who works this neighborhood extended his route all the way into December. I felt so bad I wanted to go buy an astro pop from him just to be nice. Probably not a banner year for ice cream trucks.Cheers,SLC
Yeah, ice cream is really good no matter what the weather. I particularly love the ice cream poses, adorable!
Thoughts appreciated. Advice welcome. Douche-baggery scoffed at then deleted.