Sunnyvale residents Ketki Dandekar and Arshiya Shaikh opened a new ice cream shop in the city late last year with Indian dessert-inspired flavors.
Eataly has finally opened its long-awaited, three-story food hall at Westfield Valley Fair. A store with over 10,000 products can be overwhelming, so we enlisted the help of Viola Buitoni, an Italian food expert who teaches cooking lessons both in San Francisco and in Italy.
Ahead of his upcoming talk at Kepler’s, the long-time social activist & ice cream entrepreneur gives us the scoop on how business (and government) could be doing more for our communities.
(Original 650 illustration by Kaz Palladino/Awkward Affections; photo courtesy of Ben & Jerry’s)
When Ben & Jerry’s sold to Unilever in 1994, co-founders Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield walked away as millionaires. And yet Cohen, who subsequently took a step back ...
How one Redwood City resident brought sweet nostalgia to the Bay Area (and compelled us to stalk an ice cream truck)
Mister Softee’s Bay Area migration is a sweet surprise for East Coast transplants. (Photo by Elena Kadvany)
It wasn’t easy finding Mister Softee.
For someone used to food trucks with fixed locations, chasing one down was new to me. Sure, you can use the iconic East Coast soft serve company’s smartphone app ...
At Tin Pot Creamery’s newest location, owner Becky Sunseri showcases flavors that have been decades in the making.
By Kate Bradshaw
Yes, please: Tin Pot’s newest location brings Becky Sunseri’s unique flavors to Bay Meadows in San Mateo. (Photo by Charles Russo)
Mootella. Blackberry Jamble. Salted Butterscotch.
The mastermind behind these clever — and goshdern delectable — flavors, Becky Sunseri, has been sweet on ice cream since her girlhood days.
Back then, growing up in Bloomington, Illinois, little Becky had a habit of ...
by Monica Hruby
Growing up, we’d willingly run through the street at a dead sprint for the ice cream truck and its memorable melody. Even today, seeing a food truck makes us nostalgic and super hungry. We love them because they have no constraints, they’re open late and you can bring your dog.
We’ve compiled a list of food trucks making sweet things into savory entrees and vice versa. All in honor of the ...
Words and photos by Monica Hruby
Three scoop sundae from Scoop Microcreamery in Palo Alto.
With warm weather approaching, it’s time to start scoping our go-to spots for cool, summer treats. While we like an ice cream sundae or milkshake as much as the next nostalgic kid-at-heart, we also knew the Peninsula has more flavors to offer: Japanese mochi, Latin paletas and Korean soft serve to name a few.
We did some digging — and lots of indulging — to ...