Scratch-made, plant-based ice cream is a real thing you can eat now. More
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New City Microcreamery, located at 28 Main St in Hudson, features made-from-scratch ice cream using local farm-to-table ingredients. Jason Kleinerman, David Logan, and Alyssa Lieberman brought a bunch of batches in this morning and sat down for a chat. More
Specifically, it’s the Back Bay Sundaes that are “Magically Delicious.” Bar Boulud Pastry Chef Robert Differ was in studio to tell me all about it. And yes, they taste as good as they look! More
The timing was perfect. Just as temperatures are rising in Boston, Jacqueline Dole from The Parlor Ice Cream Co. paid us a visit. Parlor is a one-woman show: Jacqueline produces the ice cream, delivers it, scoops it, and does all marketing for The Parlor. We chatted and sampled her whiskey vanilla and rocky road. More
What is Chill On Park? It’s “a neighborhood place serving locally-made ice cream, coffee, tea and pastries where the community can come together in the heart of Fields Corner, Dorchester.” Owners Alan and Wendy Issokson joined me in studio and brought ice cream for breakfast! More
Oklahoma State University senior Parker Jones has created perfect ice-cream labels that truly epitomize the act of “eating her feelings.” Through three different flavors, she describes what every female feels when Mother Nature decides to grace us with her monthly visits.
It may not be the cannabis-infused flavor that many were hoping for, but Vermont favorites Ben & Jerry’s are debuting their most recent creation: charoset ice-cream, just in time for Passover.
America’s favorite hippie dairymen have heard the people’s cry for cannabis-infused ice cream, and they’re not ruling it out. More
The song is a ubiquitous sign of a summer – the chiming incantation that calls like the Pied Piper, sending kids scrambling to the streets for a frozen treat. However, it turns out that the traditional ice cream truck jingle has a dubious past that has recently been unearthed. More
Boston tweeters are chirping about ice cream even in the dead of winter. Graeter’s of Cincinnati, Ohio (a.k.a. “The Nasty Natty”) recently hit shelves at Whole Foods around Boston, leading folks to freak out that they can now pig out like Oprah. More