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Charlestonians are Buzzing About Roots Ice Creamnew

Founded by young entrepreneurs Drew Harrison and Matt Frye, Roots takes the ice cream truck to a modern, locavore level with slick branding, locally sourced ingredients, and inspired, sometimes risky flavors.
Charleston City Paper  |  Erica Jackson Curran  |  04-13-2011  |  Food+Drink

Hassle-Free Homemade Ice Cream With a Pastnew

People need to know about this," says my mother. That "this" is a recipe for peppermint ice cream. The recipe is decades and decades old, given to my mother by her mother-in-law when she and my father were newlyweds. Its official title is "World War II Ice Cream." The name reflects both its era and its ingenuity.
The Memphis Flyer  |  Susan Ellis  |  06-19-2009  |  Food+Drink

Ice-Cream-Truck Drivers Peddle Treats and Cruise the Open Roadsnew

Ice cream trucks seem stuck in time; there's not so much room for ingenuity. Just put some Popsicles in a freezer, get a van with a speaker system and a loopable MIDI track, and chase children. That's as advanced as that system is going to be.
New Haven Advocate  |  Brianna Snyder  |  06-16-2009  |  Food+Drink

Ethnic Ice Cream in Chicago: Around the World in 80 Licksnew

Ice creams and ices from Korea, India, the Philippines, Mexico, and more.
Chicago Reader  |  Anne Spiselman  |  08-18-2008  |  Food+Drink

Why the Twin Cities is the Best Place to Eat Ice Cream in the Universenew

With this many choices of local, handcrafted treats, why go anywhere else?
City Pages (Twin Cities)  |  Rachel Hutton  |  08-06-2008  |  Food+Drink

Sundae Bloody Sundaenew

Ben and Jerry's apologizes to the Irish for Black & Tan ice cream.
Seven Days  |  Cathy Resmer  |  04-26-2006  |  Business & Labor

Rice-Based Ice Cream Balls Taste Sublimenew

Mochi ice cream balls represent fusion food at its best: They’re yin and yang, East meets West, elastic and soft, ancient and new, chewy and smooth, familiar and surprising.
Columbus Alive  |  G.A. Benton  |  06-10-2004  |  Food+Drink

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