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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Recipe: Make Jeni’s Buttercrisp Waffle Cones

My Buttercrisp Waffle Cone recipe is the best out there. And believe me, I have tried them all. It’s buttery and nutty with a hint of salt—the perfect flavor pairing for ice cream. Because I know not everyone can make it into a shop this summer, I’m sharing my recipe so you can enjoy a…

The Peach Truck & Jeni’s

(original post from July 17, 2014) The Peach Truck’s Stephen K. Rose says his Nashville-based company has exactly one mission: “to provide the best peaches on the planet to as many people as humanly possible.” From mid May through mid August, Rose, his wife Jessica and their small team do  just that. In addition to…

A quick note from Jeni on American ice cream

The history of American ice cream is the history of America itself. An immigrant named Giovanni Bosio opened the first ice cream shop in America in 1770. A freed slave named Mrs. Jeremiah Shadd (or Aunt Sallie Shadd) could be called the Mother of American ice cream—she was said to have inspired Dolley Madison to…

The perfect summer Eton Mess Platter

The Eton Mess is a classic dessert that traces its origins to Eton College, the Hogwarts-like British boarding school. The dish is traditionally made with strawberries, broken meringues, and cream. We make ours with macerated berries of all varieties, crushed meringues (handmade or store-bought), ice cream, sorbet, and/or buttermilk frozen yogurt, and piles of softly…