It’s hot outside, but Philadelphia has plenty of places to cool down with a cold treat this summer.
For a night out that’s more interesting than an air-conditioned movie theater followed by some sweaty grappling in the front seat your dad’s Buick (but still might earn you some of that!), check out our list of summer first date ideas in Philly.
One Bucks County race might have runners heaving—and not from exertion.
When you take a bite of ice cream or sip a cold drink and suffer a brain freeze, what happens and why?
On a hot day, maybe ice cream sounds like just the ticket to cool off. KYW’s John Ostapkovich has the scoop — or is that two scoops? By John Ostapkovich PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Ice cream […]
They say some like it hot, but hot sauce in ice cream? That might be too much, even for spicy food fanatics.
In honor of the Philadelphia Science Festival, Pat and Ukee learned about the science behind ice cream.
Could be a “rocky road” for ice-cream lovers this summer. All thanks to a shortage in the vanilla crop by two of the world’s major suppliers, the price of vanilla has gone up considerably in the past couple months.
A local gelato shop has been named as the best gelato shop in the world. It was ranked even better than the gelato in Italy.
Their flavors include Earl Grey sriracha, birch beer vanilla bean, blueberry ginger, cardamom caramel, balsamic banana, and vegan mint oreo.
You might not think about it when you’re eating a candy bar or licking an ice cream cone, but chocolate and vanilla both come from plants. Learn more at the Camden Children’s Garden Chocolate and Vanilla Festival this weekend.
The next time you hear the sound of the ice cream truck, you might want to grab your pet!
Victory Brewing Company in Chester County is taking ingredients from three of its top-selling beers and incorporating it into a non-alcoholic beer ice cream.
Bill Cosby once said, “Fatherhood is pretending the present you love most is soap-on-a-rope.” Another wise person said, “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” So forget the soap, and go for […]
The old standards sell well in most places, but at Scoop DeVille exotic ice cream parlor, on Chestnut near 18th, the whole point is to do something different.