Lyt­ton Park slice of sum­mer

Annex Post - - FOOD -

Step 1: Cut a large slice of wa­ter­melon and carve out a trench in the mid­dle.

Step 2: Fill with or­ganic soft serve and dec­o­rate us­ing choco­late chips to rep­re­sent the seeds.

Step 3: En­joy a re­fresh­ing sum­mer treat. Milk­cow Cafe, one of South Korea’s favourite soft serve shops, first landed in Van­cou­ver when it came to Canada. Peo­ple went bananas for its sweet frozen con­fec­tions. Now that Toronto has a shop of its own, the re­sponse from lo­cal food­ies has been just as en­thu­si­as­tic. Right in be­tween Eglin­ton and Lawrence at 2651 Yonge St. is where you can sam­ple the ul­tra-rich, creamy dessert on its own, with sim­ple top­pings or as part of out­landish cre­ations such as sun­daes topped with a real chunk of honeycomb or a big fluff of cot­ton candy.

Does fruit in­stead of a cone mean this is healthy? We vote yes.

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