“Age does not diminish the extreme disappointment of having a scoop of ice cream fall from the cone.” Jim Fiebig
I am doing this post to say good-bye to the end of National Ice-Cream Month. Ice-cream can be traced back to at least the fourth century B.C. During Nero's reign, ice was harvested from nearby mountains and held in ice houses, which were deep pits covered with straw. And in the bible, King Solomon enjoyed icy drinks. The first ice-cream parlor in America opened in New York in 1776. In fact, I just finished a bowl of vanilla with chocolate syrup as a bedtime snack. Nighty night everyone!
When you’ve stuffed yourself, you refuse dessert; when you’re starved, you could eat a horse.