Amazing Italian Gelato at Cioccolatitaliani The Avenues

By | November 21, 2013

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A few weeks back a new Italian chocolatier and gelateria from Milano, Italy opened up in the Grand Avenues right next door to The Cheesecake Factory. The name is Cioccolatitaliani and I’ve been there numerous times ever since its opening. Each and every time I try something new and each and every time I fall in love a little bit more with the place.  Read more »

The Food Prejudice

By | June 11, 2013

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One of my life’s greatest regrets is when I have a childhood prejudice against a certain food items which becomes delicious obsessions to me when I try it as an Adult. One such example is my misconception regarding the taste of KDD’s ice cream sandwich. Growing up, I avoided it like the plaque. If it was Read more »

Scoop a Cone’s New Alphonso Mango Gelato

By | March 28, 2013

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Since my blog’s name means ice cream its only natural that I love everything ice cream related. Therefore, when Scoop a Cone informed me they are officially opening up their new branch in Dasma area with a gelato serving drive-thru gelato with a seasonal new gelato flavour I knew I had to go and try it and I am happy I did! Read more »

Azraq’s Ice Cream Bonbons from Scoop a Cone

By | January 11, 2013

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Kuwait is hit with the Gulf Cup Football Tournament fever these days. Many businesses are showing their support to the Azraq -the blue one, blue being the colour of the Kuwaiti team’s uniform- by producing limited edition blue merchandise. A knock came on my door yesterday with a white cooler box from Scoop a Cone came baring one of the Azraq supporting Read more »

In Case You Didn’t Know What Danderma Means

By | October 29, 2011

Danderma actually has a meaning. It is not a nickname for Dana, it is not a nice sounding word only, it is not a just a name. It is the old Kuwaiti word for ice cream. It was the first thing Iooked for when I bought the Kuwaiti Dialect Encyclopedia and sure enough there it was :)

If you didn’t know what Danderma meant until this post, what did you think it meant? I’m curious…