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  1. janet @ the taste space

    Love it, Hannah. Trust me, I think this was a fabulous winter to skip but my heart bleeds for all you poor cold souls in Canada and most of the US, too. 🙂

    Also, I am totally impressed you figured out how to add accents to your French phrase. I don’t know how to make an e-accent aigu (and I even had to google how to spell aigu since I obviously say it instead of spell it).

  2. Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table

    Red velvet is just cocoa-flavored with red food coloring. And cream cheese icing – that’s what makes it special. 😉

  3. Shenandoah Vegan

    I’ve been craving (vegan) Ice Cream this winter too. Guess it’s the fattiness thing. Beautiful photography in this post.

  4. LEngineer

    If Scottie every had his uses, it would be now to beam some of that delicious and cold ice cream over to the 36Deg C afternoon here!

  5. whisperinggums

    I’m sorry Hannah but these ice creams don’t float my boat. And, like you, I have no real idea about Red Velvet. (Oh and it’t now over 37°C here)

  6. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    I can understand the ice cream interest only hitting you now – flavours like these are not to be found on these shores! And, it still costs around $15 for a small tub of coconut ice cream (which bring the most interesting flavours available). I’m not sure how I’d find these, but I’m pretty sure I’d want to taste them if I saw them 🙂

  7. Johanna GGG

    the only time I am interested in ice cream is when the flavours really interest me – not the ice cream – the fairy floss one leaves me cold (no pun intended) but the red velvet one looks intriguing even though I have no handle on the flavour either

  8. chillcat

    These are mighty serious ice creams! I confess I usually only eat gelato in summer but recently in Verona my daughter took me to the MOST MARVELLOUS GELATERIA where the girl had so much patience as we pointed and hmmmed. I always get deep damned chocolate!

  9. Hotly Spiced

    If you can eat ice cream in a Toronto winter, I’d say you’ve become acclimatised. Archie wants a fairy floss machine at his 21st! I’ve decided red velvet doesn’t have a taste – it’s just food dye xx

  10. Choc Chip Uru

    If you devour this ice cream despite the cold weather, I am all for it 😀
    Red Velvet is so classy!

    Choc Chip Uru

  11. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    I could eat ice cream anytime, even when I lived in Maine. I didn’t stop when I moved to Australia so it’s more than just the move. 🙂

    I could eat both of those flavours with wild abandon.

  12. Gabby @ the veggie nook

    Dude I hear you- I don;t think I had ice cream once this summer and what did I eat a gigantic bowl of last night (when my feet were soaked and I was freezing I might add)? Oh yes- ice cream. We make no sense, but I like that 🙂

  13. Helen (Grab Your Fork)

    I’m not sure whether I’m envious that you have access to such wild and wacky flavours, or relieved that we don’t. Maybe both.

  14. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    It’s sad when there isn’t enough icing, especially cream cheese icing. And I think I probably eat just as much ice cream in winter as summer!

  15. Agnes

    What are you going to eat when you get those five days of Canadian summer? Soup?

  16. Jamee

    Wait – you moved to CANADA?! So you probably don’t remember me amongst your millions of followers. But right after I had my baby girl (nearly three years ago) I read your blog nightly as I nursed my sweet baby to sleep. Now that ‘baby’ is almost three, and I’m going through old emails and realized I haven’t checked up on your blog for (clearly!) FAR too long…and now you’re in CANADA! How exciting! Welcome to North America and it’s good to see you’re still doing well and writing about amazing food and – of course – chocolate! 🙂

  17. Jamee

    Yay! I’m so honored that you remember me! 😀 I probably did say something dorky about you having a British accent in my head. Heck, sometimes I have a British accent in my head, too! 😉 I’m going to start following along again regularly. 😀