You don’t need to go to one of Ample Hills’ three Brooklyn locations to savor this sundae essential.
Love is patient, love is kind — and when it’s really good? It can even withstand embarking on a frosty new business.
Six months into a new relationship, lifelong ice cream lovers Jess Eddy and Crista Freeman launched their very own line of artisanal pints–Phin & Phebes. Inspired by childhood memories and vacations of yore, the dairilicious duo creates intensely flavored scoops.
A pint of romance.
In our current issue, Rachel Wharton takes a peak behind the freezer case at Prospect Heights’ Ample Hills Creamery and discovers the secret to luscious scoops of ice cream.
New York’s only all-from-scratch ice cream shop was unprepared for its customers’ enthusiasm.
You likely don’t have to be Jewish to get the “certain inside jokes and elements” that go into the flavor profiles of Chozen ice cream, says co-founder Meredith Fisher, but an appreciation for Seinfeld or Curb Your Enthusiasm probably helps. Chozen is a small, family-run, certified Kosher ice-cream brand conceived by Fisher, her mother Ronne and her sister Isabelle Krishana one night as they sat around the dining table and paired vanilla ice cream with Ronne’s homemade rugalach eaten right from the freezer. That became their first flavor–cinnamon ice cream swirled with pieces of apricot, walnut, raisin and almond pastry–which launched in June 2010 along with Matzoh Crunch and Coconut Macaroon.