DIY Ice Cream Sundae Tips

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The ice cream sundae is the height of decadence when it comes to dessert (or breakfast…we’re not here to judge). What other treat has so few rules and so many possibilities? You can easily screw up a tiramisu or a chocolate cake, but there’s no way to ruin an ice cream sundae. (Unless, maybe, you pull out the anchovies.) Just … Read More

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July is Ice Cream Month. Let’s Celebrate!

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While July might be known for fireworks, beaches and BBQ’s, there’s one reason in particular we at Harmony Valley Creamery are especially excited about this extraordin-dairy month. It’s National Ice Cream Month! President Ronald Reagan declared July as National Ice Cream Month in 1984. That’s not all though, as he also named July 16 as National Ice Cream Day. How cool is that? … Read More

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Locally made ice cream in SLO County

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Does sweltering summer heat have you searching for soothing treats? Here’s the scoop on locally made ice cream and gelato.  Read More

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Where’s the Ice Cream Truck Churning this Summer?

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Summer’s heating up, but we’ve got you covered: Harmony Valley Creamery‘s ice cream truck will be serving up big ol’ scoops of our udderly awesome craft ice cream on a daily basis in the town of Harmony! You can’t miss us: just look for that 1957 Divco truck. Most of these milk trucks retired before the internet was born, but ours … Read More

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Dairy Farming In Harmony, CA

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What do you get when antiquity and artisanry get together? (Okay, okay, “artisanry” isn’t a word but the answer is the same nonetheless.) You get Harmony. For a town that covers only one block and has long boasted a road sign proclaiming a population of 18, Harmony, California is something rather special. Once a thriving dairy mecca and home to a … Read More

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Ice Cream for Breakfast. We Say Why Not!

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In just two days, Ice Cream for Breakfast Day is officially celebrated. And we say why not!  The holiday is celebrated on the first Saturday in February.  Invented on a snowy winter day in the 1960s by Florence Rappaport in Rochester, New York.  The mother to six children, it was her youngest two, Ruth (now Kramer) and Joe Rappaport, who inspired her on a cold and snowy February morning. … Read More

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