My one year wedding anniversary is this weekend! Where did the time go? I am so thankful for the blessing of my husband (aka Space Man). He is the smile in my world and helps make our life together one great, big adventure. Another wonderful thing about him is that he enjoys good ice cream. For our wedding reception we had ice cream sandwiches from Coolhaus’ truck instead of the traditional wedding cake (although we did have a small cake for cutting and pictures). Let me just say one thing, “Yum!”
my beautiful niece
Coolhaus opened in 2008 to a delighted audience. Their home-made cookies and ice creams are not just delicious, but also quite unique. They are always experimenting with different flavor combinations (ex. chocolate wasabi ice cream) and continually expanding their bag of treats which now includes handmade candy bars (filled with ice cream of course). I am more of a traditionalist when it comes to ice cream so we stuck to recognizable combinations, but the whole experience was such fun. When the ice cream truck arrived, the crowd started swarming as adults turned into children (right alongside their children) with huge smiles and eager anticipation. In my thinking, ice cream provides a public health service both emotionally and physically. Emotionally from the sheer delight of eating it, and physically from the calcium derived after eating it which helps strengthen bones. As a loving wife, I want to help keep Space Man’s bones as strong as possible so, “thank you Coolhaus!”
The Coolhaus team was a delight to work with. They were accommodating, adaptable, and just plain fun people. I highly, HIGHLY recommend them for any occasion. They now have two brick-and-mortar stores in California (Culver City and Pasadena) and their fleet of trucks is pulling up to various spots around Los Angeles, New York, Austin, and Dallas. You can find out more about Coolhaus and how to follow them on their website at www.eatcoolhaus.com.