Straight from the Dairy Farm

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Ever wonder who puts the cream in our signature craft ice cream? Dairy cows, silly! Our cream is straight from the dairy farm, based right here in Southern California. We are so proud to work with local businesses to bring creative ice cream flavors and sweet creations to Harmony. Today, we’re excited to share more about our dairy supplier, Scott Brothers Dairy. Scott Brothers Dairy is … Read More

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DIY Indian Summer Ice Cream Creations

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School is back in session and we’re thinking of autumn, but the central coast is know for its Indian Summers, so make time to start whipping up some tasty and cool homemade ice cream treats to stave off the Indian Summer heat. Be sure to make use of all of the fantastic late harvest fruits available, such as raspberries, blackberries, … Read More

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Word to the Ice Cream Wise: Skip the Ambergris

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As you fill your life with the experience of trying the strange but real ice cream flavors being created by artisan ice cream shops, you’ll find yourself motivated to try every flavor. Marking those unique tastes off your list becomes a badge of honor, and at Harmony Valley Creamery we’re committed to your success in this endeavor. (Start with our six signature flavors!) However, … 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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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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