Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Ali G Ice Cream Glove

A friend of mine showed me this hilarious clip of Ali G pitching his idea of an ice cream glove to various CEOs. It's quite an old one but is still pretty ridiculous and very funny.

Thursday, 9 September 2010

Nina's chocolate ice cream

Ok, so here is the first ice cream video...emphasis on FIRST.

Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Waffle Maker is a Deal Breaker!

Wafflemeister, 26 Cromwell Place, South Kensington, London, SW7 2LD

I went with Leo, Roxy and Grace.

First impressions:
I love waffles! I love ice cream! I love frozen yogurt!

Situated at the heart of South Kensington, this new little waffle shop seems like the perfect addition to this area. At first glance it appears to cover it all. But emphasis on FIRST glance. When you look a little closer what sells itself as handmade Belgium waffles is not at all what you would be expecting. They were those horrendous, sticky and processed American style waffles. The kind that get stuck in your teeth and you spend an hour performing a hellish operation with a tooth pick to remove the debris. "We make our waffles fresh in store throughout the day" this was not the case! I can only describe that the waffles that I saw at the counter looked as though they had been chilling out there for the best part of a decade.

The service:
They looked smart in their dark brown and white uniforms but to say that they were clueless about what they were actually selling would be an understatement.

Nice cones, I'll give them that!

When I asked what was a good flavour all I got as a response was "uummmm" then she just walked away so I did not have the pleasure of trying one of their attempts at gelato. If the waffles were anything to go by then this was probably a lucky escape!

Despite all this negativity we still hung around to try some frozen yogurt.

It looks like we were having fun, doesn't it?

Think again!

She's a good actress.

Roxy, not so much.

Frozen yogurt verdict:
I think it maybe reasonably obvious from the photo shown below. I would have rather had a SNOG and that is saying something as anyone who knows me is aware that I am not a fan of SNOGS.

The price:
Completely over priced at £2 for mush.
What to do with it though?

We found it a suitable home :)