Indulging in a fat bowl of ice cream during the hot summertime is one of the best (albeit unhealthiest) and most enjoyable things you can do – bar none. Just like downing a nice warm cup of hot chocolate and the wintertime, the temperature contrast that comes while eating ice cream in the summer is refreshing while the former is relaxing. Simply put, when the heat comes, there really isn’t any better way to cool down – whether you’re a diehard fan of plain old vanilla and/or chocolate ice cream, ice cream sundaes, banana splits, root beer floats, or whatever other type of ice cream concoction floats your boat.
Even those of you that spend all winter on the beach in Florida and spend all summer at your beach house on Cape Cod need to chill out every once in awhile, no matter how afraid you are of winter weather. A lot of times, though, you have to do it on your own time and your own dollar – maybe taking their children or your husbands or wives to a local, seasonal ice cream spot a few hours after dinner on a hot summer evening.
The food and restaurant blog scene has been booming in the recent years. Many of our restaurant partners have jumped onboard and are now revealing signature recipes, and giving the fans a panoramic view of everything from the origin of the ingredients, to the way they give back to the community.
But what if it’s just too hot to leave your house or apartment? We all know that the tooth fairy isn’t going to magically deliver ice cream or frozen yogurt and put it under your pillow if you pluck a non-baby tooth out of your mouth with a pair of pliers, but lucky for you (if you’re in Boston, Chicago, Dallas or Philadelphia – and soon in Minneapolis!), DiningIn delivers frozen yogurt or ice cream in all of our cities!
Although last night marked the end of a magnificent run for the magnificent TV show 30 Rock, the series will still live vicariously through a new Ben & Jerry’s frozen yogurt flavor commemorating the end of the highly regarded series: Liz Lemon Greek Frozen Yogurt with a Blueberry Lavender Swirl.