I think we can take the wraps off now.
Some of you might have noticed that countdown just under banner of chowtimes.com. We had been calling it our Project DIVERSELY DELICIOUS. During the Christmas holidays, Suanne had been sitting for countless hours at the computer working tediously at the project.
Well … we finally got the package this afternoon. We were so excited and had been waiting for this for days.
We opened up the package and loved what we saw!!
Ladies and gentlemen … THIS is Project DIVERSELY DELICIOUS …
It is a cookbook!
It is tentatively called Diversely Delicious. We wanted to do this cookbook as a contribution to the … Continue reading
Nanzaro reminded me that the Marble Slab Creamery coupon is expiring on the last day of 2009. He is a very persistent teenager and when he wants something, he will keep asking until he gets it. So, Nanzaro and I went for a treat in the lazy afternoon.
The Marble Slab Creamery in Richmond is located at a strip mall in Ironwood Plaza across London Drugs. We learnt from the server that it has opened since August 2009.
With a motto of ‘the freshest ice cream on earth’, Marble Slab Creamery travel far and wide to source the finest ingredients; vanilla beans from Madagascar, cocoa from Holland, to the best dipping chocolate from Sweden. The ice cream is made in the store and never processed or preserved. Marble Slab Creamery is established since 1983.
What differentiate Marble Slab Creamery from other ice cream places is that they have mixins. The mixins ranges from fresh fruits, nuts, candies, cookies and brownies.
The coupon is for a buy one get one free of a regular cone with one flavour ice cream with a mixin. Nanzaro opted for coffee flavour with Nestle crunch. Instead of the regular cone, he upgraded it to a dipped rolled cone which costs $1.45 extra. Marble Slab Creamery also hand-roll their freshly baked waffle scones in each store.