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- St Andrews Gelateria - Seaweed Cone or Slider?
St Andrews Gelateria - Seaweed Cone or Slider?
This column likes to promote enterprising small businesses so hats off to Janetta's Gelataria which has put seaweed on its ice cream.
The concoction is a melange of made up of green tea, lemon, chocolate shards and seaweed and comes in at £1.60 a scoop
I will pass on it, but perhaps Scottie, who is very partial to a scoop or two to revive him after a hard day at the pixel-face, will report on the delicacy.
Note from Scottie: My consumption of ice cream is triggered by the same climatic conditions as cause butterflies to flutter, namely sunshine and temperatures above 12C (54F). That rather restricts consumption of ice cream as Scotland often struggles to reach such high temperatures, even in summer.... While I have been known to travel to Fife for a plate of fish and chips at the Anstruther Fish Bar, I'm not sure whether ice cream, even made up of green tea, lemon, chocolate shards and seaweed flavours.. But here's a soft scoop vanilla ice cream cone liberally covered in raspberry sauce which I had a couple of years ago in North Lanarkshire!
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