Monday, August 22, 2011

Ice Cream for Foodies

I feel a little greedy having kept this discovery to myself for as long as I have.
My sincere apology.

About a year ago, thanks to a neighbor, I discovered jeni's.
It is the best ice cream I've ever eaten. Period.  
Not sure I can even think of anything that comes close.
It is made in Columbus, Ohio and can be found in 
a number of specialty stores and they will ship nationwide from their website.
(Found at Whole Foods in Cincinnati)
It's all natural. From grass fed cows. 
With unbelievable flavor combinations 
like sweet corn + black raspberries or goat cheese + red cherries.

My favorite though, is the Salty Carmel. TO DIE FOR.  
Your mouth will do a little happy dance with each bite.

Initial notes of burnt sugar give way to mouth-watering saltiness. A perfect salty/sweet balance

I topped some on a homemade brownie tonight and was quite certain 
it ranks up there with the best things I've ever eaten.  

You scream, I scream,
now go get yourself some Ice Cream

website here


  1. Say no more. I'm going to find it somewhere :)

  2. Aw man....that looks delicious! Have you tried any of the recipes from the cookbook at home?

  3. hi we love your home were new to the blog world. love the outdoor movie idea I think our 2 boys would love that. take care oh our blog is we have no clue what were doing !!!

  4. I've seen this many times at WF and read rave reviews in magazines but I've never been willing to fork over the $$ for it. Your ringing endorsement makes me want to go get some right now! I read that the salted caramel was their best seller. Sounds like you agree (:

  5. I feel like I read about her recently - maybe in Country Home? Looks delish!

  6. Sounds amazing! I'll have to see if the Fresh Market near my house carries it.

  7. Haven't seen it in our Whole Foods, but you can bet I'll be looking for it. Salty Caramel sounds awesome! And ice cream is just what I'm wanting on these crazy hot days!


  8. Salty caramel would be my choice too! We don't have a Whole Foods near us...but the next time I visit my family in Ohio, I am feeling a road trip! :)