We interrupt this blogcast (broadcast) with some breaking news: Serendipity premium ice cream have a factory outlet store in Sydneyâ€™s inner-west. Thatâ€™s right, sweet toothed dessert lovers; the days of forking out for full retail prices are over. You can now get your iced dessert fix for puny pocket change. And since youâ€™re only paying peanuts, take away as much as your tastebuds desire (or as much you can physically carry) to ensure 24-hour access to your chilled addiction. Not that weâ€™re promoting weird or excess consumption of ice cream. Oh wait, we kind of are… Anyway, back to the ice cream. With TV shows like MasterChef breeding a nation of foodies, dessert is big business, and the Serendipity folks mean business. At any given time they can have up to 100 flavours in stock like durian, gin & tonic, or passionfruit and chilli. Other lick-worthy frozen specialities include the Splice Pyramid or the Saffron & Almond Kulfi Spire. And, as if that wasnâ€™t enough sugar-laced excitement, they also run ice cream making classes. Yes, I just drooled a little too.