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Leatherby's Family Creamery

A LAZY Sunday and for dinner, we went to Leatherby's!  Three years ago I was in another Leatherby's and I was told that business was so good that they opened a new one here recently.  
    My kind of shop....
    It was kind of crowded....
     Kind of cozy too... Rended me of Co,d Storage during my younger days....

     We ordered these Sweet Potato Fries..... Something different....
    Daddy Dave's Banana Special came....
    My kind of Dessert!!
    And this dessert puts a wide smile on everyone's faces...
  
    No more Stressed after Desserts...
    When our desserts was almost empty, an elderly man from the next table approached us and said..."Hey ladies, you all did a fine job...."  He had a wide smile on his face too.... 




Comments

  1. I wish I could have that right now. So so so so hot!!!

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  2. I just need that dessert. Thanks

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  3. The weather here is so hot, the desserts came in right timing, kaka...

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  4. Is that the largest ice cream on the menu? It is so tall that I would be afraid that the ice cream would topple over when I am eating it. Since all of you managed to finish it without it toppling over, definitely a good job!

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  5. wah, the word CREAMERY sounds big!!! and really, that thing is big, huge, gigantic, enormous!!! i find that a bit scary actually, hahahaha!!! how many of you were there to wallop this thing up?? i think it will need 15 SK's to do this~~ :D

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  6. OMG, I've never seen such a tall ice-cream! This certainly caught my attention, Claire. Have a wonderful week, dear! xoxo

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  7. Such a tall ice-cream with all the chocolate flowing down. I wouldn't know where to start, so afraid it might topple over. I wonder how many scoops of ice-cream make the ice cream tower.

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  8. Fuiyoh, no need say, I love those sweet potato fries and the ice cream.. Wei, who doesn't wei .... I can finish all the ice cream la..

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  9. Haha. Now I know you have sweet tooth. Very tempting indeed. I like the fried sweet potatoes which hard to find here and the super delectable ice-cream.

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  10. I agree that it looked like our old Cold Storage Creameries! Remember I love ice creams too!

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