To us, Queen City Cayenne is more than milk chocolate ice cream with a back-of-the-throat spice. It’s the very reason we exist as a company. We’ve rounded up 5 interesting facts about the original Jeni’s ice cream flavor, from its origin story to that one time it was on TV.
Our spring collection is going to blow your mind. It’s a conceptual lineup of flavors you know you’ve had sometime, somewhere, but maybe never in this way. Ice creams like Supermoon—a two-in-one flavor that’s half vanilla marshmallow ice cream, half blue violet ice cream. Why are we teasing this now,
Bubbly will abound this weekend as we toast to the end of a crazy year. To get ready for New Year’s Eve, we’ve concocted a few Champagne-sorbet cocktails—from light to boozy—that’ll start 2017 on a happy note. Grab a pint of your favorite sorbet (like Blackcurrant Lambic Sorbet) and a
This is the sort of happy holiday dessert people crave. A dense chocolate cake that melts in your mouth (and doesn’t even require a mixer!), paired with white fluffy frosting and a heavy dusting of crushed peppermint candy. Today’s Freestylin’ is just in time for those celebratory, end-of-the-year gatherings. When
Rich, buttery, and extremely easy to make, Jeni’s Lady Cake needs nothing more than a dusting of powdered sugar and a fresh pile of fruit on the side. Its simplicity also makes it the perfect cake for dressing up — going elegant with a white chocolate glaze, or fresh with
Sorbet is the perfect cocktail mixer and ice in one—pulverized fruit, juices, and sugar, all frozen together. A shot of liquor over a scoop of sorbet is all you need for a killer cocktail. It can also serve double duty—as dessert and a boozy post-meal beverage. One of Jeni and
I had heard Birmingham, Alabama, had a strong, up-and-coming makers scene. And knowing the Time Inc. studios are also there—that just solidified it; we couldn’t wrap up our Southern road trip without hitting up Birmingham. After a quick stop at Time Inc. for a tour and Facebook Live chat with
We live in a great time, when hometowns, not just the big coastal cities, are truly starting to shine. The people who live in these great cities are creating their own identity and unique community. Atlanta, the second to last stop on our ice cream and apron adventure, is proof.
Nashville is like my second home. With four scoop shops, I am here a lot. The theme of this leg of the trip: Nashville hospitality. A pure, authentic, open-armed welcome is what we got at every stop along the way. Husk We started with a surprise ice cream social for
Yesterday, Ellen and I were like two giddy kids before an adventure. We spruced up the RV, grabbing random pillows and rugs (and even a tea kettle!) from around my house, and we pointed the steering wheel south toward Louisville—a city with its own culture and identity. 610 Magnolia +