Sweet Potato with Torched Marshmallows
Roasted sweet potatoes from Ohio’s Hirsch Fruit Farm, pulverized and blended with grass-grazed milk, red-hot Vietnamese cinnamon, and made-from-scratch marshmallows blow-torched in our kitchen.
One spoonful and you’ll forget all about those glass baking dishes loaded with super-sweet candied yams and factory-made marshmallows saturated with maple syrup.
Order it online, visit a scoop shop, or find it in a grocery store near you.

Sweet Potato with Torched Marshmallows

Roasted sweet potatoes from Ohio’s Hirsch Fruit Farm, pulverized and blended with grass-grazed milk, red-hot Vietnamese cinnamon, and made-from-scratch marshmallows blow-torched in our kitchen.

One spoonful and you’ll forget all about those glass baking dishes loaded with super-sweet candied yams and factory-made marshmallows saturated with maple syrup.

Order it online, visit a scoop shop, or find it in a grocery store near you.

  • Butternut Pumpkins
There are pumpkins reserved for carving ghoulish faces into and there are pumpkins cultivated for the kitchen. One of the finest is the Buttercup, historically a variety that pie makers and at least one ice cream maker named Jeni go wild for.
The Buttercup pumpkin—technically a squash—is dense and low in water, which makes it ideal to roast, caramelize, and pulverize into cream. (The less water content, the more actual pumpkin that remains after the roasting process.) But Buttercups have a strong, naturally sweet flavor, so they lend themselves beautifully to cooking and especially ice cream making.
Our pumpkins this year were grown for us by Schacht Family Farm. Less than a 30-minute drive from our Columbus kitchen, Schacht has been in business since the late 1800s.
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  • Butternut Pumpkins
There are pumpkins reserved for carving ghoulish faces into and there are pumpkins cultivated for the kitchen. One of the finest is the Buttercup, historically a variety that pie makers and at least one ice cream maker named Jeni go wild for.
The Buttercup pumpkin—technically a squash—is dense and low in water, which makes it ideal to roast, caramelize, and pulverize into cream. (The less water content, the more actual pumpkin that remains after the roasting process.) But Buttercups have a strong, naturally sweet flavor, so they lend themselves beautifully to cooking and especially ice cream making.
Our pumpkins this year were grown for us by Schacht Family Farm. Less than a 30-minute drive from our Columbus kitchen, Schacht has been in business since the late 1800s.
See more.
  • Butternut Pumpkins
There are pumpkins reserved for carving ghoulish faces into and there are pumpkins cultivated for the kitchen. One of the finest is the Buttercup, historically a variety that pie makers and at least one ice cream maker named Jeni go wild for.
The Buttercup pumpkin—technically a squash—is dense and low in water, which makes it ideal to roast, caramelize, and pulverize into cream. (The less water content, the more actual pumpkin that remains after the roasting process.) But Buttercups have a strong, naturally sweet flavor, so they lend themselves beautifully to cooking and especially ice cream making.
Our pumpkins this year were grown for us by Schacht Family Farm. Less than a 30-minute drive from our Columbus kitchen, Schacht has been in business since the late 1800s.
See more.

Butternut Pumpkins

There are pumpkins reserved for carving ghoulish faces into and there are pumpkins cultivated for the kitchen. One of the finest is the Buttercup, historically a variety that pie makers and at least one ice cream maker named Jeni go wild for.

The Buttercup pumpkin—technically a squash—is dense and low in water, which makes it ideal to roast, caramelize, and pulverize into cream. (The less water content, the more actual pumpkin that remains after the roasting process.) But Buttercups have a strong, naturally sweet flavor, so they lend themselves beautifully to cooking and especially ice cream making.

Our pumpkins this year were grown for us by Schacht Family Farm. Less than a 30-minute drive from our Columbus kitchen, Schacht has been in business since the late 1800s.

See more.

Lucius is playing a surprise show at Jeni’s Southport today at 6:30!
Our musical crush of the moment, Lucius, is playing a pop-up gig today at Jeni’s Southport in Chicago at 6:30!
Starting at 6:00, in celebration of the one-year anniversary of their first full-length album, Wildewoman, we’ll be serving up a special Wildewoman Sundae for the occasion: Whiskey & Pecans ice cream, Bourbon Caramel sauce, whipped cream, and a waffle cone wedge.
First person to order the sundae will get a vinyl copy of Wildewoman, a shirt, plus other swag from the band.
If you can’t make it, tickets are still available for their all-ages show tonight at Metro. See you there!
PS - their cover of The Kinks’ “Strangers” is probably the best thing ever: http://youtu.be/PhbQTDDHd8E

Lucius is playing a surprise show at Jeni’s Southport today at 6:30!

Our musical crush of the moment, Lucius, is playing a pop-up gig today at Jeni’s Southport in Chicago at 6:30!

Starting at 6:00, in celebration of the one-year anniversary of their first full-length album, Wildewoman, we’ll be serving up a special Wildewoman Sundae for the occasion: Whiskey & Pecans ice cream, Bourbon Caramel sauce, whipped cream, and a waffle cone wedge.

First person to order the sundae will get a vinyl copy of Wildewoman, a shirt, plus other swag from the band.

If you can’t make it, tickets are still available for their all-ages show tonight at Metro. See you there!

PS - their cover of The Kinks’ “Strangers” is probably the best thing ever: http://youtu.be/PhbQTDDHd8E

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