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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

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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

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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

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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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Meet Salt & Straw’s new soft-serve ice cream shop, Wiz Bang Bar | OregonLive.com


On April 1, Salt & Straw will launch its first soft-serve concept, Wiz Bang Bar. (The Oregonian/file)Print EmailMichael Russell | The Oregonian/OregonLive By Michael Russell | The Oregonian/OregonLiveEmail the author | Follow on Twitteron January 28, 2016 at 4:01 PM, updated January 28, 2016 at 4:48 PMSalt & Straw, the popular Portland-based ice cream shop, plans to launch their previously announced soft-serve concept in downtown Portland’s Pine Street Market on April 1, according to additional details released today.The first flavor announced? Smoked ham in a black raspberry shell.Nope, this isn’t an April Fool’s gag.wizbang.pngAs first reported by The Oregonian, Wiz Bang Bar is Salt & Straw’s first foray into soft serve. The ice cream chain, with locations in Portland and Los Angeles, expects to serve five flavors each day. Per Portland Monthly, those look to include “Ritz Pie with apple-buttermilk .. and a grilled biscuit topped with hazelnut ganache and roasted carrot soft serve.”

Salt & Straw’s Ice Cream Empire Strikes Abbot Kinney and Arts District – Eater LA

Salt & Straw Ice Cream Empire StrikesLA’s ice cream game is getting even stronger.Great news for ice cream lovers. After rumors of a new Westside shop started circling a few months ago, Salt & Straw, the Portland-based, chef-driven creamery with a current LA location in Larchmont Village, announced the opening two more scoop shops in the Los Angeles area. With upcoming locations at 1357 Abbot Kinney in Venice and 829 E 3rd Street in the Arts Districts, the expanding ice cream empire will span a wide breadth of the city, making its popular sea salt with caramel ribbons more readily available for all.

Construction on the 1,035 square foot space on the corner of Abbot Kinney and California Ave will begin shortly, with an expected opening of Fall 2015.

The Arts District will receive its larger, 2,300 square foot shop early next year. Thankfully,

Eastsiders who can’t wait to dig into Salt & Straw’s LA-inspired flavors like avocado and strawberry sherbet, the Salt & Straw ice cream truck will begin scooping outside its upcoming Arts District location 7 days a week from noon to 10 p.m. beginning this Friday, August 14.

Source: Salt & Straw’s Ice Cream Empire Strikes Abbot Kinney and Arts District – Eater LA