Now you can have your ice cream and eat the bowl, too!

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 5th, 2015


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We’re on sort of a “bowl” kick during the first week of National Ice Cream month because, well, you can’t enjoy ice cream every day in July without a bowl, right? Technically, you could use an ice cream cone or a coffee mug or even eat your ice cream straight from the carton (raise your hand if you’ve done that!), but a bowl really is the best vessel for your nightly treat.

And what’s better than a regular old bowl? How about an edible bowl? That’s right, a bowl you can EAT. The image above is courtesy of the culinary genius of Amy over on the blog, This Heart of Mine (check out the instructions here).

Amy dipped her white chocolate bowls in rainbow sprinkles, but you could dip yours in just about anything — crushed peanuts, candy bits…anything you want! What would you use to make your edible ice cream bowl?

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What’s your favorite Fourth of July memory?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 4th, 2015


What’s your favorite Fourth of July memory?

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Ahh, July 4th. It’s a time to celebrate our great nation, and that celebration usually brings with it plenty of memories. Backyard barbeques, fireworks,  you name it. And so, on this Independence Day, we’ll keep this entry short and sweet with a simple question:

What’s your

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National Ice Cream Month prize: A six-pack of colorful bowls!

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 3rd, 2015


National Ice Cream Month prize: A six-pack of colorful bowls!

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It’s National Ice Cream Month, which means you’re pretty much allowed to eat ice cream every day. Heck, you can eat it for breakfast if you want. If anyone gives you any grief about having a bowl of Rocky Road at 8 a.m., just tell

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The truth about ice cream in space

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 2nd, 2015


The truth about ice cream in space

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According to NASA, ice cream is among the top three items most missed by astronauts on space missions. The others are pizza and carbonated drinks. We can certainly understand why astronauts would miss ice cream. The freeze dried astronaut ice cream is an interesting replacement

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Happy National Ice Cream Month!

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on July 1st, 2015


Happy National Ice Cream Month!

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National Ice Cream Month has arrived! That means the “Iced Tea Journal” (part of our National Iced Tea Month celebration in June) will be retired until next year and the Ice Cream Journal has returned. It also means 31 days of ice cream, ice cream,

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Our Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament winner is…

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on June 30th, 2015


Our Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament winner is…

It started earlier this month and seemed to be over in the blink of an eye. After thousands of votes, we are ready to crown a champion in the 2015 Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament. And the winner is…

Pure & Chilled Country Club Half & Half

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Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament (Final Round): A peachy showdown for the ages

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on June 25th, 2015


Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament (Final Round): A peachy showdown for the ages

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This is it, folks. As National Iced Tea Month winds down, so too does the Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament. Our final match-up is a peachy one, with Pure & Chilled Country Club Half & Half Peach facing off against Peach Organic Black Tea for the

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The history of ice (part one): A good idea with a cold start

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on June 23rd, 2015


The history of ice (part one): A good idea with a cold start

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The history of tea is long and complex, but iced tea is a much more modern beverage. It’s modern mainly because to make iced tea, you need ice.

In the early 1800s, ice was a rare summer luxury, especially in the warmer southern states. It was

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Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament (Round Two): Which of these two flavors will move on to the finals?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on June 20th, 2015


Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament (Round Two): Which of these two flavors will move on to the finals?

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The Ultimate Iced Tea Tournament is drawing to a close! Pure & Chilled Country Club Half & Half Peach has secured its spot in the final two after an easy win over Pure & Chilled Country Club Half & Half Strawberry in a match-up just

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Another National Iced Tea Month Prize: Ice cubes or no ice cubes?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on June 19th, 2015


Another National Iced Tea Month Prize: Ice cubes or no ice cubes?

picSome folks like ice cubes in their iced tea and some don’t. If you’re in the ice cube camp, then today’s prize is for you. But even if you’re not an ice cube fan, you still might like this prize so you can make cool

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