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  • Two new ice cream shops share same CdA block

    Abi’s Artisan Ice Cream and Sweet Peaks Ice Cream opened within a week of each other on North Fourth Street. But, “There’s no such thing as too much ice cream.”


  • Brain Freeze opens South Hill location

    There’s a new spot in Spokane for ice cream. Brain Freeze Creamery has opened a second retail location. The new store, located at 3103 S. Grand Blvd. on the South …


  • Taste of Tradition

    HARRISON, Idaho – The Harrison Creamery and Fudge Factory is nearly impossible to pass up. Maybe it’s the quaint and charming façade, the colorful displays of fudge in the front …


  • Readers’ ice cream odes

    To celebrate National Ice Cream Month in July, the Food section asked readers to share their fondest ice cream memories. Today we have the results.


  • For real local flavor, try lilac ice cream

    Local legend has it that the first lilac bush was planted at a homestead near Hillyard after traveling by trunk from Minnesota in 1882. Another story puts the city’s first …


  • Flavor nectarine ice cream to your liking

    July – National Ice Cream Month – is pretty much peak season for nectarines. What better way to celebrate both than to combine them into one delicately sweet dessert?


  • Apple Cup Crisp ice cream favorite in national contest

    Apple Cup Crisp ice cream is a real winner. The frozen flavor from Washington State University recently won a national ice cream contest. It’s been named grand champion of the …


  • Cookbook review: ‘Scoop Adventures’

    ‘Scoop Adventures: The Best Ice Cream


  • A new kind of cool: The Scoop

    Call it ice cream-istry. The Scoop on Spokane’s South Hill is making its own frozen dessert, and it’s using a super-cool substance in the process: liquid nitrogen.


  • Fancy flavors give new twist to ice cream

    Coming soon to a freezer aisle near you – balsamic vinegar ice cream. Plus, hot sauce ice cream. And maybe even tomato. “You’re seeing the same kinds of trends in …


  • Man arrested after hiding meth in ice cream

    A 60-year-old man was arrested after a Spokane County Sheriff’s Office deputy discovered a baggie of meth hidden in a quart of ice cream in the man’s car.


  • 21-year-old enjoys being head ice cream maker at Brain Freeze

    One of the biggest misconceptions about making ice cream is that it’s cold where it’s made. It’s not.


  • Uber brings back on-demand ice cream

    NEW YORK — Don’t scream for ice cream. Just pick up your smartphone. Uber, the San Francisco startup known for letting people order private drivers in sleek black cars using …


  • Sundae

    There’s no doubt about the retro appeal of maraschino cherries, whipped cream cans and that ersatz chocolate syrup in a squeeze bottle. But it’s funny to think they coexist in …


  • Eating contest benefits food bank

    Pig Out in the Park isn’t all about gluttony. It can be about giving, too. Four people won a chance to compete in Ben and Jerry’s Vermonster ice cream eating …


  • Gluttony, for a good cause

    Pig Out in the Park isn’t all about gluttony. It can be about giving, too. Four people won a chance to compete in Ben and Jerry’s Vermonster ice cream eating …


  • Mary Lou’s putting meals on the menu

    Whether it’s a celebratory scoop following a win at softball or a sweet end to a day at the lake, ice cream is the dessert of summer. So Mary Lou’s …


  • Ice cream patriotic, tasty treat

    There’s nothing better on a hot day than ice cream. A cone, dish, bar, or shake – it’s all yummy. From an early age, nothing came between me and a …


  • Doyles Ice Cream returns to warm welcome

    Ice cream lovers in Spokane rejoice: Doyles Ice Cream Parlor on West Boone Avenue reopened last weekend. Owner Jerry Gill has had the business since 1991, but it first opened …


  • From shakes to sodas, ice cream experts share success secrets

    When it comes to ice cream, cones are king for most people. Who doesn’t love licking a cold, sticky-sweet something on a hot summer day?


  • Spokandy puts its treats into ice cream

    A longtime Spokane chocolatier is making its treats even harder to resist. Spokandy is now stirring its signature candies into Mary Lou’s Homemade Ice Cream, says owner Todd Davis.


  • Knocked-down pole turns out Delights

    The neon lights are still on in the windows, and people still approach the front door of Cheney Delights hoping for ice cream, pulled-pork sandwiches or homemade cookies. Since April …


  • Ferdinand’s 60th: Here’s the scoop

    Help Ferdinand celebrate six decades and countless scoops today. Ferdinand’s Ice Cream Shoppe, the campus outlet for cheese and ice cream produced at the Washington State University creamery, is 60 …


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