Magnums are not ice lollies, and that’s the truth
This trivial heatwave / instantiation of climate change slowly destroying the earth has inspired many coping strategies: cold soup; summertime restaurants; applying to open a follow-up to London’s most-queued-for pasta restaurant. Pollsters YouGov have another strategy: revisit a 2018 poll about the nation’s favourite ice lollies that at best features precisely one ice lolly, the Fab, alongside Solero, Twister, and Feast. The “favourite ice lolly” was ... The Magnum. Here are all the the ways this is wrong.
A Magnum is not an ice lolly and lumping all the Magnums into one MegaMagnum is heresy. A Feast is not an ice lolly. A Solero has a layer of sorbet-ish coating, but is not an ice lolly. A Twister has an ice lolly centre, but is not an ice lolly. These things are all on sticks, so they are lollies, but they are not ice lollies. The poll is a lie.
And in other news...
- Borough Market’s fresh pasta juggernaut, Padella, could be opening in Shoreditch.
- Where to eat in temperatures that can only be described as ¡scorchio!
- Coffeesmiths Collective, the holding group behind rapidly expanding specialty coffee chain Department of Coffee and Social Affairs, has acquired Coffeeworks Project out of administration. [Propel]
- Good tweet:
eating food at a house in London. quintessentially English pic.twitter.com/OHExMdZ5Bv— Amon Düde II (@nailheadparty) July 24, 2019