As I've often noted: When it comes to ice cream I can take it or leave it. Unless, that is, it's the right ice cream. I have a short list of "right" favorites, but am always open to new temptations and have been known to drive many miles for an ice cream fix. Nothing gets my taste buds a fluttering quite like fresh strawberry ice cream! Word of Two Dog Night Creamery has piqued my interest. Did someone say, "Road trip!"
This just in from Sonoma County Tourism: Enjoy fresh, farm-to-cone ice cream in delicious seasonal flavors at the new Two Dog Night Creamery in Windsor, in northern Sonoma County.
The organic ice cream and cones are handmade daily using fresh (never frozen) organic dairy products from local farmers. The small batch ice cream is frozen using liquid nitrogen, which means little air is whipped into the cream, resulting in an ultra creamy, dense texture. Sample seasonal flavors include Blueberry Pie, with organic blueberry preserves and cinnamon streusel, and Yuzu Lemon, which blends lemon, mandarin orange, and grapefruit.
Note: The original Two Dog Night Creamery store in The Barlow center in Sebastopol is temporarily closed after the February floods, but will reopen soon.
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