If any thing truly positive has happened culinary-wise in the last decade, it is the advent of gourmet ice cream. No more of the boring few flavors of my childhood which made always rather blah about ice cream Now, thanks to companies like Van Leewen we have flavors like Earl Grey Tea, Ginger Small Kettle Candied Ginger, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chunk and more.
Enjoy Ginger Ice Cream with chunks of Ginger
Van Leewen has more locations in New York than Los Angeles. However, both cities offer Food Trucks.
Visit the website for locations: http://www.vanleeuwenicecream.com/wbtyqmpq1t3s02f84b97vtf8wb2s7s
Roasted Strawberry & Toasted White Chocolate, Honey Lavendar, Black Olive Brittle & Goat Cheese, and Freckled Woodblock Chocolate are just of the gourmet flavors you can experience at Salt & Straw Ice Cream shops.
To the Left (MCCN Editor having Honey lavender)
My friend who lived in the Portland Area recently moved to LA and asked I wanted to get ice cream. Now, I don’t love ice cream. I like it. I crave it more when it is hot but gourmet ice can change your mind about what you know to be ice cream. Nothing boring on the menu like plain old chocolate, ice cream or strawberry. And the title of each flavor at this shop is likely to be more than one word. Like popular yogurt shops they let you endlessly sample flavors. Considering that the flavors are so different, it is best than you can before walking on the wild side.
The proof is in the putting when you can bring friends back to enjoy the experience with you. We’re not selfish like Eddie Murphy’s famous comedy skit, ” I got some ice cream and you ain’t gone none. ” No, the more the merrier when it comes to sharing in masterful taste experience.
Visit the website for locations: http://saltandstraw.com/