Literally! My daughter asked me in a humorous tone if this quote, “you are what you eat” was true? I replied, ah, yes, so true! haha. I didn’t get at first until I noticed the flavor that we had that Saturday night. An ice cream with Chocolate, Strawberry and Vanilla flavors. Exactly the color that she wore that day!
Did you see the shadow? A little shadow but quite enough to post for my Shadow Shot Sunday entry.
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Ice cream is a frozen dessert usually made from dairy products, such as milk and cream, combined with fruits or other ingredients. In other countries, ice cream is called frozen custard, yogurt, sorbet, gelato.
There are varieties of ice cream in the Philippines. These are special ice cream too, malunggay, ampalaya, with other herbal flavoring and fried ice cream. I’ve tasted the fried one already. The taste has no difference, it was just fried. Ice cream in soda, or Mcfloat. List of favorites in the Philippines are Selecta and Nestle Ice Cream. Magnolia is still the best for me since i have tasted their authentic mouthwatering flavor. Also, it was unforgetable for me to have an ice cream galore right inside Magnolia ice cream plant many years ago. I was even called monster being a regular customer in an ice cream parlor in then Greenbelt, now Glorietta.
My daughter is an ice cream monster too, see..
are you excited? or just can’t explain the feeling..
cookies and cream
raspberry ice cream
dirty ice cream or sorbetes.
ice cream is best if shared with loved ones..
Ice cream is still my daughters favorite even during rainy season. They’re craving for an ice cream right now. I blog this. I can’t go anywhere else, it’s raining very hard outside, in fact, classes were suspended. No dirty ice cream or selecta music around the street. All I did the whole day is sip a cup of hot coffee, cup after every cup. How I wish I have an ice cream float right now topped in my coffee. 🙂