“‘In Living Color’ is this old comedy show, and Damon Wayans and David Alan Grier would play these characters who were so gay — like gayer than us! — and they would wear these tiny hats and puffy shirts and would review movies. And if they liked the movies, they would give it ‘two snaps.'”
— Comfy Cow co-founder Roy Koons-McGee, in a new Modern Louisville magazine story, explaining how the company developed one of the funny name for their ice cream: Ginger Two Snaps.
Comfy Cow: 4:10 p.m., Saturday, behind the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, where the premium Louisville ice cream maker’s mobile stand was busy during Thunder Over Louisville. Boulevard enjoyed a large serving of Secretariat, which the company describes this way:
Comfy Cow joined forces with Penny Chenery and the Secretariat team to make this special commemorative ice cream honoring Big Red. Paying homage to the iconic blue and white silks of this super horse, this treat includes Barry Callebaut white chocolate ice cream loaded with chunks of our very own homemade blueberry cobbler.
Launched in 2007, Comfy Cow now has eight locations, including five in Louisville.