Saturday, July 14, 2012
Two local shops are offering specials on frozen treats.
Sweet! Sunday is National Ice Cream Day. Two Newtown-area ice cream shops - Sweet Pea and OWowCow - are offering specials in honor of the important holiday. Sweet Pea, on Sycamore Street in Newtown, will be running a $1 vanilla cone special throughout the day. OWowCow, located in Carousel Village in Wrightstown, is offering tastes of their three vanilla ice creams. Also, Newtown and Wrightstown residents can receive a free mini-cone on Sunday. The organic ice shop isn’t just celebrating National Ice Cream, but their one year anniversary at their Wrightstown spot. The store has been running specials all week. The Temperance House resturant will be giving customers a complimentary ice cream with entree purchases, according to a Facebook …
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Newtown-based Goodnoe Farm has opened a kiosk in Doylestown.
The signs were up in Doylestown late last week on both the main and rear entrances to the Main Street Marketplace: Newtown-based Goodnoe Farm has opened a kiosk inside. The popular 57-year-old ice creamery—they have over 4,000 likes on their Facebook page—has a small nook to serve up sweet treats to shoppers near the rear entrance behind Pennsylvania Soup & Seafood. It’ll be open from noon to 9:00. Don’t expect it to be there all the time, though. According to their timeline and Twitter, it is to be a seasonal store, and while they were serving on Saturday, a sign indicates Wednesday is the next time they'll be open. This also isn’t the only place in town to get their ice cream. Gross’ Gourmet Foods also offers Goodnoe ice cream for sale …
Friday, July 8, 2011
Owowcow, an artisan creamery, opened Tuesday in Carousel Village.
Check out our photo gallery of Owowcow Creamery, which opened Tuesday in Wrightstown Township. Click here to read previous coverage of Owowcow on Newtown Patch.
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
Sweet Pea Creams and Confections has 25 homemade ice cream flavors daily, plus gourmet brownies, coffee, and much more.
Kim Fanini was a newcomer to the ice cream business when she took over as owner of Sweet Pea Creams and Confections in July 2009. And she sure has caught up fast. These days, Fanini is busy creating the 25 different flavors that the shop has available each day. All flavors are homemade using the old-fashioned homemade small batch ice cream technique. And all have their own creative touches that keep customers coming back for more. Fanini said the art of ice cream making came to her pretty quickly after she took over as the shop’s second owner. “It’s the inspiration behind it, having that love of creativity,” she said. While the shop has 25 flavors each day, it is known especially for two staple flavors that are always in the freezer: the “…