Another great customer of C. Nelson Mfg., Co. ice cream dip cabinets.
Cedar Crest Ice Cream keeps it old school The family-owned company prides itself on its small-batch ice cream making, premium quality and variety of flavors. prev next February 1, 2018 Sarah M. Kennedy KEYWORDS ice cream news / ice cream processor / ice cream products Reprints 0 24 One Comment The four brothers who make up the ownership of Cedar Crest Ice Cream — Ken, Robert, Bill and Tim Kohlwey — all agree that their company may not be the biggest….
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I had the pleasure to meet Debra & Carl Chaney, the summer of 2003, before they opened their shop, I had the pleasure to work with the Chaney’s on their recipes and flavorings for their great tasting homemade ice creams.
This is the story as told by Carl Chaney, “if you are welling to get up early and stay up late you too can enjoy the fruits of your hard work”.
This is a story about an American dream by a hard working family from Bowling Green, KY.
May I introduce to you Carl Chaney.
The Solar Eclipse at Chaney’s Dairy Barn
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ice cream alert! Humphry Slocombe just opened in OaklandHumphry Slocombe, the far-out-popular ice-cream company with strange-sounding names, just opened a “parlor” in a shipping container in Oakland. (Courtesy Humphry Slocombe)Humphry Slocombe, the far-out-popular ice-cream company with strange-sounding names, just opened a “parlor” in a shipping container in Oakland. (Courtesy Humphry Slocombe)By Angela Hill | email@example.com | Bay Area News GroupPUBLISHED: September 11, 2017 at 1:00 pm | UPDATED: September 11, 2017 at 4:46 pmAt least the recent hot weather in the Bay Area served up a sweet silver lining: a screaming desire for ice cream.And that desire has been fulfilled, especially for the cult followers of Humphry Slocombe’s.For more food and drink coveragefollow us on Flipboard.The SF-based ice cream company, founded by Jake Godby and Sean Vahey in 2008 and known for its wild and wacky flavors (like Hibiscus Beet Sorbet, Elvis: The Fat Years and Here’s Your Damn Strawberry), opened its first East Bay site in Oakland a couple of weeks ago. Mmmm, “First East Bay Site.” That could be one of their flavors!The new Humphry Slocombe can be found at The Hive in Oakland’s Uptown district, a shopping/gathering space that’s already home to hip spots like Drake’s Dealership brewery and Firebrand Artisan Breads.And you can’t miss Humphry Slocombe. For one, there’s probably a huge, long line. Plus, the ice cream stand is in an electric-blue shipping container, just across from Peoples Barber & Shop.They do indeed plan Oakland-centric flavors, like Oatlandish — a combo of Drake’s stout and oatmeal cookie.Like the Oakland Tribune Facebook page for more conversation and news coverage from Oakland and beyond.Humphry Slocombe is at 2335 Broadway (between 24th and 25th streets), Oakland; open 1 to 11 p.m. Monday-Thursday, noon to midnight Friday-Saturday and noon to 10 p.m. Sunday; www.humphryslocombe.com.
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BY: George Dunlap, C. Nelson and I have had the pleasure to work with the Dager family, owners of Velvet Ice Cream, for over 30 years. We have supplied their ice cream dipping cabinet needs for the Ye Olde Mill as well as for their many scoop shop customers. The attached blog post from Nicole at A Local Choice tells a great story of, an Ohio business owned by an Ohio family, the Dager family and their great tasting ice cream. Enjoy the read and enjoy a day trip to Utica, Ohio for a visit to the Ye Olde Mill and when you are there enjoy a scoop of their great tasting ice cream.
A Local Choice Thursday, September 1, 2016 Ice Cream Dreams Velvet Ice Cream
Recently my nephew, a self-proclaimed expert in the field of ice cream, accompanied me on a trip to historic Ye Olde Mill and the Velvet Ice Cream facility in Utica, Ohio. A short drive northeast of Columbus lands you at this 26 acre property where you can not only view your favorite ice cream flavors being made right before your very eyes, but after you work up an appetite touring the scenic grounds and learning the deep rooted history of the company, you can visit the full service restaurant and adjacent ice cream parlor where you are encouraged to eat your dessert first.
My visit began by meeting with a member of the Velvet marketing team, whose job comes with the most delicious of perks – free ice cream! As the story behind one of the oldest family owned
(above the newly designed can holding kit by C. Nelson Mfg., Co.)
and operated ice cream companies in the country was shared, my mind began to fill with thoughts of towering scoops of Raspberry Fudge Cordial, Buckeye Classic, Mint Chocolate Chip, and Cookie Dough Extreme. In 1903 founder Joseph Dager emigrated through Ellis Island from Lebanon in search of the American dream. As other family members went to work in the Cleveland steel mills, Dager realized the city life wasn’t exactly what he had in mind, instead meeting up with a relative who was making chocolates in the rural city of Utica. Dager decided to focus his future on something much sweeter 1914 Velvet Ice Cream began offering the first of what would grow to be a myriad of flavors – Original Vanilla. With a company name derived from the velvety texture of their product, Dager soon expanded Velvet’s flavors to include chocolate and strawberry, as well as producing their own ice to combat a lack of refrigeration. As the years passed, the 2nd and 3rd generation of Dagers grew the business beyond the state of Ohio. In the 1960s, the family purchased the current property including the original grist and lumber mill which date back to 1817! Two centuries ago, the old mill used the power of the Licking River to turn its massive wheel in order to grind wheat into flour and later cut lumber. Although the mill is no longer operational its photogenic appeal adds to the charm of the property.
Source: A Local Choice: Ice Cream Dreams
Clementine’s Naughty and Nice Creamery, St. Louis, MO, Customer spotlight October 2015
I had the pleasure to meet Clementine’s Naughty and Nice Creamery owner, Tamara Keefe, at the NICRA 2014 show in Lexington, KY. Tamara and I talked about the challenges of opening a new business let alone an ice cream shop. She was looking for quality ice cream dipping cabinets that would display her great tasting handcrafted ice creams.
She purchased several C. Nelson Curved-Glass ice cream dipping cabinets.
Check out Clementine’s Facebook page and see how she is marketing her brand. Tamara’s passion and her quality ice creams set her about from the crowd. I can’t wait to try the whiskey and cream flights…..
Whiskey and Cream Flights
Gamlin Whiskey House is taking whiskey and ice cream to new heights with Boozy Ice Cream Flights. Creations from Clementine’s Naughty & Nice Creamery are paired with 1-ounce pours of Gamlin’s top-shelf whiskeys, including Rally Point Rye from St. Louis-based Still 630.
Clementine’s Creamery ice cream dipping cabinets by C. Nelson.