Meet our September Whites. Featuring four ice creams, one sorbet, and one frozen yogurt, the six-pack rounds out your summer in stylish whites and pairs beautifully with all of your cakes, cobblers, and pies.
To caramelize sugar for our Salty Caramel ice cream, we use a dry-burn technique, which means no water is added to the sugar before putting the pan on the heat. It’s a method that takes a lot of time, labor, and know-how, which is why most ice cream makers don’t caramelize sugar by hand. See more here.
Milk chocolate ice cream (It’s cold!) paired with a spicy kick (It’s hot!). Queen City Cayenne is back.
The Key Lime Parfait from Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream Desserts on People.
Shh. Top secret photo of flavors headed your way in November.
Is it too early to start thinking about Halloween costumes? (via instagram)
Today’s “cute dog enjoying ice cream” is brought to you by: My Style Vita
You know you’re doing life right when you’re matching nails to your favorite flavor of Jeni’s. (via The New Potato)
We feel the same way, George Bluth. (via Twitter)
Not supposed to wear white after Labor Day? Well, no one told your pies, cakes, cobblers, and crisps. They pay no attention to the fashion laws of the land. So, go ahead and dandy them up with our September Whites Collection.
Served up Jeni’s own Gazpacho recipe for Company Lunch last week. Here’s Jeni’s take on it, straight from the source: “Slightly more red peppers than tomatoes, jalapeño, red onion, cukes not too many, garlic and A.LOT. of olive oil and sherry vinegar. A few almonds. Espalette and salt. Now LISTEN, pulverize the shit out if it. And serve it in bowls like cereal over diced hard boiled eggs, diced gaz. Vegetables, olive oil croutons, queso fresco.”
Company Lunch, 8/15/14.
- Jeni’s Gazpacho (recipe here)
- Loaves of Fresh Bread
- Assortment of DRY Soda
How-to guide on getting beautiful saucy pockets of sweet-tart black raspberry sauce into our Sweet Corn & Black Raspberries.
Weekend project. How about freestylin’ some Salty Caramel & Rosemary Bar Nuts Tarts?
Mike Hirsch, Ohio Farm Lifer. Taking a quick break from the orders of the day earlier this month, Mike—a former FedEx driver who gave up the city life to move back to the family farm—was kind enough to tell us a little more about himself, his crops, and why he does what does. Read more on the blog.