Thursday, March 18, 2010

Singaporean ice-cream sandwiches



In Singapore recently I had an interesting take on an ice cream sandwich. First, a very old man takes a block of ice cream (I chose mango, Jenn went with chocolate) from a freezer and hacks off the wrapping, leaving a very large block of ice cream. There are two choices from there--the block can be dressed in two thin wafers, or can be wrapped in a piece of multi-colored sliced bread.







The pictures don't really give a sense of how big these things were. They were a bit much, even for my big fat face.

(The wikipedia page on ice cream sandwiches contains an interesting list of regional variations.)

4 comments:

  1. red faced ambiguousMarch 22, 2010 at 5:34 PM

    That lkooks inspired by British cuisine. Is it true that in Singapore you can be fined 500. for not flushing the toilet?

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  2. You can be fined for allowing standing water to gather or chewing gum or carrying a durian on a bus. So the toilet one sounds likely.

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