It's a sacred nationwide holiday.
"If I don't make really good ice cream, I'll die."
The three-year-old Prospect Heights shop opens a second location.
A regular at the restaurant suggested the pricey dish.
Gangly teenage boys asking her to "hold the nuts" was a great motivator, it turns out.
Get ready for some whiskey walnuts.
The vanilla fudge chunk with pretzels will probably make a decent beer float.
Food writer Olga Massov is helping the team compile its "seasonal" ice cream recipes, too.
All of the flavors are made from scratch using seasonally driven ingredients.
With the arrival of some serious new gelaterias, a couple of newfangled retro parlors, and the first local Dairy Queen in three decades, New York is virtually heat-wave-proof.
Can this be a regular thing?
Beet, dirty mint julep, fresh corn, and plenty more.
It's that time of year again.
One of her lesser-known accomplishments.