Second Scoop: How they serve ice cream sandwiches in Singapore

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on January 9th, 2017


Before we get to today’s blog entry, we just wanted to give a quick announcement about one of our favorite events of the year — the Pennsylvania Farm Show. If you’re going to the show, stop by the Turkey Hill sampling booth in the Weis Exposition Hall (the food court) and grab a sample of All Natural Ice Cream and Haymakers.

Also, we want to see your Farm Show photos! Show us your favorite Farm Show traditions by posting them on your social media channels along with the tag #THFarmShow. We’ll choose a few photos at random to win some FREE ice cream! You can also use Turkey Hill’s Farm Show Snapchat filter to create your own Farm Show snaps!

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In the spirit of ice cream sandwiches, we thought we’d show you how ice cream sandwiches are served up in Singapore. Yup, in Singapore, if you order an ice cream sandwich from an ice cream vendor on the street (and there are many), you get ice cream served in a slice of bread.

The bread often includes various colors and, from what we’ve read, the sandwiches are quite tasty! The sandwich featured above includes corn ice cream, but lots of traditional flavors are available as well. (More info here.)

And if you don’t want bread, you can have your ice cream served between two thin wafers like below. Either way, we’re sure the treats are delicious on a hot Singapore summer day!

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January prize: What’s your New Year’s resolution?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on January 3rd, 2017


January prize: What’s your New Year’s resolution?

january-3-prizeThe new year has arrived and we don’t about you, but we’re pretty excited about what 2017 has in store. Like we said in our last blog entry, 2016 was an eventful year, thanks to the launch of Haymakers, our 85th anniversary celebration and our

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A look back at 2016: What was the highlight of your year?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 30th, 2016


A look back at 2016: What was the highlight of your year?

With 2017 upon us, we thought we’d take a few minutes to look back at the year that was 2016. To call it a busy year would be an understatement. But it a good kind of busy, filled with fun events and new products. Here’s

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12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 12) – Our final 12 Days prize and our most colorful!

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 23rd, 2016


12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 12) – Our final 12 Days prize and our most colorful!

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Just because something is old, that doesn’t mean it can’t be colorful. That’s the lesson to be learned with our final 12 Days of Turkey Hill prize, which is a set of SEVEN of the colorful bowls you see above. The age? We’re guessing late

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12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 11) – Where would you hang this sign?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 22nd, 2016


12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 11) – Where would you hang this sign?

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Two days left in our 12 Days of Ice Cream celebration (counting today) means only three days left until Christmas! Hopefully everyone has their shopping done and has their Christmas day dinner plans in a good place.

And, while you’re wrapping up your shopping (and, by

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12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 10) – Our oldest 12 Days prize yet!

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 21st, 2016


12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 10) – Our oldest 12 Days prize yet!

 

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The ice cream scoop was invented in 1897 by a man named Alfred Cralle. Now, you may be asking yourself, “Invented the ice cream scoop? How is that any different from a spoon?”

Well, if you’ve ever tried to dish up ice cream with a spoon

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12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 9) – How colorful are your glasses?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 20th, 2016


12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 9) – How colorful are your glasses?

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Everything’s better when you add a little color to it, right? Colorful socks? Better! Colorful sunsets? Better! Colorful drinking glasses? Definitely better. That’s exactly what you’ll get with today’s 12 Days of Turkey Hill prize.

We’re giving away a set of the vintage glasses you see

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12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 8) – Which occasion would you celebrate with these goblets?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 19th, 2016


12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 8) – Which occasion would you celebrate with these goblets?

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Most nights, you’re probably perfect content with a scoop or two of ice cream in whatever bowl happens to be clean. But some nights call for a celebration. And that celebration needs bowls that are little fancier. Today’s 12 Days of Turkey Hill prize will

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12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 7) – Have you ever made ice cream at home?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 18th, 2016


12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 7) – Have you ever made ice cream at home?

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Long time Ice Cream Journal readers know that we’re big fans of giving away prizes that allow people to make their own ice cream at home. Making your own favorite flavors, we believe, is one of the best ways to appreciate the ice cream-making process

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12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 6) – Who remembers enamelware?

Posted by Turkey Hill Team on December 17th, 2016


12 Days of Turkey Hill (Day 6) – Who remembers enamelware?

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Enamel-coated cooking vessels, plates and bowls — or enamelware — has a history in the United States that goes back to the mid-1800s. It’s often characterized by a white coating mottled with spots of various colors and was prized for its smoothness, scratch resistance and burn resistance.

And,

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