The Bethesda Jeni’s will open in 1,135 square feet on Elm Street with a scoop shop and communal seating, and will include its full line of signature classics, including Brambleberry Crisp and Gooey Butter Cake, as well as its new line of daily-free flavors.
Unilever is recalling some pint-size containers of Ben & Jerry’s Coconut Seven Layer Bar bulk and Ben & Jerry’s Chunky Monkey because they may contain almonds, Brazil nuts and hazelnuts that aren’t declared on the product’s ingredient list or allergy information list.
In Northern Virginia, Blue Bell Ice Cream will make its return to Fredericksburg, Manassas, Culpepper and Quantico.
Thai-style ice cream rolls are now being served up at I-CE-NY in Shirlington, and the shop’s grand opening is just in time for Thursday night’s Light Up the Village event at Village at Shirlington.
The Baked Bear, which will open its first East Coast location in North Bethesda next spring, is known for its original recipe craft ice cream sandwiched between cookies, brownies and doughnuts.
To avoid the pitfalls of sweet summertime treats, use these tricks from registered dietitians to enjoy frosty delights without freezing your health goals.
Ready for a cool treat to get you through the heat? National Ice Cream Day is Sunday, here’s where you can score some deals on ice cream this weekend.
Ever wonder how Rehoboth’s The Ice Cream Store comes up with the 100 crazy flavor combinations posted each summer day? The ice cream social, of course. Come along for a taste.
Häagen-Dazs is creating a buzz this year, not just for its annual cone day Tuesday, May 9, but also by championing the bees.
The Conestoga, Pennsylvania-based dairy says some of its 48-ounce containers of Dutch Chocolate Premium Ice Cream actually contain Rocky Road Premium Ice Cream instead.
One Ocean City ice cream joint — Dumser’s Dairyland — has been making memories for families since 1939.
A woman anxiously lowers the car window as a police officer approached her vehicle but soon, her worried look was replaced by an eruption of laughter.
The pop-up museum features ice cream from some of the city’s most notable purveyors.
An ice cream peddler has started a pay-it-forward campaign, bringing good will and cold sweets this summer to kids in disadvantaged neighborhoods in Buffalo, New York.
It tastes like ice cream, but has the alcohol content of a glass of vino. And it’s coming to the D.C. area this summer. (Photos)
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