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Sunday, 16 September 2012



i haven't yet tried the shaved ice at Big Joy bakery, but it sure looks refreshing!

i was surprised by the ingredients for the kettle cooked ketchup chips. of all the different brands i bought (and there were many!), the Lay's Kettle Cooked and the Pringles were my favorite. The Lay's were so thick, crunchy and flavorful. The Pringles I liked because they are in a tube and packed really well! hope you see these chips and many others (I recommend President's Choice - they have a multitude of flavors) for your upcoming Canada trip.


It's fascinating how that complex blend of flavors makes such a ketchup-y flavored chip, isn't it, cc? I thought I tasted horseradish and started to read the label...The large shaved ice bowl has three scoops of ice cream and is served in a pretty ginormous bowl (ask to see how large if you are going to order).


i'd have to share that ice dessert - 3 scoops of ice cream is way too much for me.perhaps a smaller size then.


The small is enough for the two of us, cc. The large would be really nice for the three of you to share. There is also a green tea option...

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