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Our 6 Favorite Ice Cream Pints of All Time – rachael ray every day mag

So many and yet so little time to taste….them all.

Our 6 Favorite Ice Cream Pints of All Time

Looking for your new go-to flavor? Try one of these faves, picked by Rachael Ray Every Day editors. Warning: you might not wanna share.

Ben & Jerry’s Peanut Butter Fudge Core

ben jerrys peanut-butter fudge core

Photo courtesy of Ben & Jerry’s

“It’s pure, unadulterated gluttony, like if a peanut butter cup exploded inside the pint.” —Christina Izzo, features editor 

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Graeter’s Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip

graeters black raspberry chocolate chip

Photo courtesy of Graeter’s

“A signature flavor from this Ohio company that deserves all the hype. Bonus: It’s purple!” —Charles Grayauskie, test kitchen associate

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Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams Brambleberry Crisp

jenis splendid ice creams brambleberry crisp

Photo Courtesy of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream

“Imagine a blackberry and currant crisp à la mode. Now flip the proportions.” —Geraldine Campbell, executive editor

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McConnell’s Eureka Lemon & Marionberries

mcconnells eureka lemon marionberries

Photo Courtesy of McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams

“This pint is so popular, they made a dairy-free version— and it’s also pretty darn delicious.” —Alexa Weibel, senior food editor

Buy it at McConnells.com

Ample Hills Creamery Peppermint Pattie

ample hills creamery peppermint pattie

Photography by Peter Ardito

“Super minty with hunks of candy. This is mint-chip living its best life!” —Nina Elder, executive food editor

Buy it at AmpleHills.com

Salt & Straw Strawberry Honey Balsamic with Black Pepper

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5 Awesome Philly-Area Ice Cream Shops | Foobooz

5 Ice Cream Shops That are Worth the Drive From retro soda shops to on-the-farm dairies, these are sweet spots are destinations unto themselves.By Philly Mag Staff | July 30, 2016 at 9:00 pm

The counter at West Chester Coffee & Ice Cream Bar | Photograph by Jauhien SasnouThe counter at West Chester Coffee & Ice Cream Bar. | Photograph by Jauhien SasnouFranklin Fountain, Old City’s destination ice cream shop, might get all the buzz, but these retro soda shops and on-the-farm dairies are equally sweet spots to get your brain freeze on. We promise:

These ice cream shops are all more than worth the trip.For a country treat: Chester Springs Creamery at Milky Way Farm The coolest thing about this working Chester Springs farm and dairy is that every single cow has a name, and every single ice cream in the creamery is attributed to one of them. So when you pop into the big, bright ice-cream shop on the top of the hill, you’ll be scoring a cone of Melody’s mocha chip or Bessie’s black raspberry. Don’t limit your visits to summer: Come fall, you can score Abby’s apple cinnamon ice cream.521 East Uwchlan Avenue, Chester Springs.

For small-town charm: The Wayne Coffee & Ice Cream Bar You’d think a subterranean ice-cream shop would feel gloomy. But this spot nestled in the basement of the Suburban Building is cheery, airy, and just retro enough, with Hamilton Beach milkshake machines and expanses of shiny white marble. Head here or to its newer sister shop, West Chester Coffee & Ice Cream Bar, for goods from local and small-batch vendors: ice cream from Philly’s Little Baby’s, Chester Springs’s Scooped and Ohio cult-favorite Graeter’s, plus daily-baked doughnuts and fresh coffee.134 North Wayne Avenue, Wayne, and 6 East Gay Street, West Chester.

For waffles with your ice cream: Nina’s Waffles This four-year-old ice cream shop nestled on a quiet corner at the top of a steep hill in New Hope is cozy and quaint, with iron chairs, wooden tables and authentic roots. (Owner Louis Zanias is from Belgium, so the waffles are the real deal.) But don’t mistake it for a tiny operation: This is one of a quartet of locations (the latest opened in Princeton in April; the New Hope flagship at 31 West Mechanic Street is still our favorite), plus a trio of food trucks. But what they serve up would be just as good if it came from a rickety stand on some Brussels side street: a scoop of homemade salted caramel ice cream atop a fresh-from-the-iron Liège waffle.Multiple locations.

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Bassetts Ice Cream This is the destination for ice-cream devotees looking to snag a scoop from the oldest parlor in America. (Bassetts was founded in 1861 and settled here in Reading Terminal Market in 1892.) Original marble countertops now share space with modern additions like digital HD menu boards, and the stand is always clogged with crowds, but it’s still worth a trip — yes, even for the most jaded, tourist-hating Philadelphian.12th and Arch Streets

Source: 5 Awesome Philly-Area Ice Cream Shops | Foobooz

Graeter’s Ice Cream flavor named one of America’s “Top 5”

#Graeters ice cream flavor

named one of America’s Top 5. 

WOW our customers just keep making it better every summer.

Graeter’s most popular ice cream, Black Raspberry Chocolate Chip, has received national acclaim after the flavor was named by Food Network as America’s fifth-best ice cream, said Chip Graeter, chief of retail operations for the family-owned business.

My good friends at #CNelson have the pleasure to support their customer from Cincinnati, OH. Another one of America’s great family companies.

Source: Graeter’s Ice Cream flavor named one of America’s “Top 5”

C. Nelson mobile sampling ice cream scoop carts at Costco, by Graeter’s Ice Cream

Graeter’s Ice Cream, Cincinnati, Ohio, knows how to promote their brand, they get up early and get in front of 1000’s of Costco, Columbus, Ohio, shoppers and sample their ice creams. Graeter’s is not waiting around for customers to come to them.  In today’s business environment the hard working early bird does get the customer.

Graeter's sampling at Costco, Columbus (Polaris Mall), Ohio location

Graeter’s sampling at Costco, Columbus (Polaris Mall), Ohio location

Graeter’s is using a cart by C. Nelson Mfg., Co  model BD4-CE-02.  The BD4-CE-02 is one of 100’s of choices available from C. Nelson Mfg., Co. Oak Harbor, Ohio, USA.  C. Nelson partners with many quality ice cream companies around the world, who want to grow their ice cream sales, in both the retail ice cream scoop store market and retail grocery market.  Graeter’s is one such operation and their successful retail shops support their retail grocery sales.

Contact George Dunlap at C. Nelson today and see what we can offer you to grow your ice cream sales.


C. Nelson, model BD4-CE-02, Ice Cream scooping cart



Model BD4-CE-02 mobile ice cream scoop cart with dip well

 George Dunlap

614-378-8466 or George@GeorgeDunlap.com