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“I thought I might get him one of those dog ice-creams and maybe a bone.”
“• Between Whitmore Bridge and Kingsland Road Bridge no phone Kitty TraversI was not good at hiding my disappointment after eating too many slimy, gungey and over-sweet ice-creams over a recent weekend in Cornwall.”
“Double cream vanilla is about the best you can buy, but they sell a complete range of ice-creams and sorbets as well as a vast range of sundaes, knickerbocker glories and plain scoops.”
“The ice-creams are textured and wholesome, using local fruits from founder Alastair's acres of raspberries, blueberries and cherries, as well as Belgian chocolate and other good-quality ingredients.”
“• 76 Harbour Parade, Ramsgate (01843 593 585) Marina O'Loughlin (this review appears in Discover Thanet guide book, discoverthanet.co.uk)As a family, we love visiting and gorging ourselves on the delicious ice-creams at this shop, housed in a rustic building in an area of outstanding natural beauty.”
“She has also created a range of ice-creams for Zizzi restaurantsI was grateful to be tipped off about these Glasgow institutions during a research trip around remaining Italo-Scottish ice-cream parlours.”
“Then we discovered that the quaint and rather odd sweet shop in the middle of the harbour in the seaside village where we were camping actually stocked the real deal – bright-tasting, homemade jersey ice-creams, obviously made with love and skill.”
“Their sandwich ice-creams are absolutely unparalleled.”
“K Rustom was a regular summer treat for us -- I can't get over how amazing their sandwich ice-creams are!”
“The government's move to raise the cap on the stocking of sugar by dealers is aimed at boosting millers' sales ahead of the summer season, when demand for the sweetener peaks from makers of colas and ice-creams.”
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