I love ice-creams and have always enjoyed the art of making ice-creams. I see myself running a chain of ice-cream parlours in cities around India.
And once in a while, I can see myself visiting one of the stores and making ice creams at the cold-stone counter, a slab on which ice-creams remain frozen. I would be wearing a toque and tossing different ice-creams on the cold-stone. What better way to bring a smile on someone’s face than serving them delightful, customized flavours of their favourite ice-creams!
I would love to meet people from various walks of life, interact with them, learn about their lives and share my joy with them. I see myself interacting with an old lady who just wants a sugar-free vanilla because she is diabetic and has no teeth, but still wants to reminisce the moments from her past. Next in line, I see a mother holding her infant and asking for a butterscotch base mixed with cream, cookies, nuts and jam on top. The expression on the child’s face when he first tastes his ice cream is simply precious.
To present someone with a plate of well concocted, terrific looking dessert, with a flawless assortment of candy and cake would warm up my heart.