Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams

I'm still pinching myself for not picking up the Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams At Home Book that I flipped through over the weekend because hands down ice cream (or gelato, frozen yogurt ...) is my major weakness when it comes to sweets. Add in delicious artisanal flavors, ice cream macarons and beautiful design, I am all over it. Say hello to Ohio based Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams if you haven't already met the much loved and talked about shop yet. I love that you can order their goodies online, perfect for an ice cream tasting party don't you think?!

17 comments:

Joanna Goddard said...

oh my goodness, rachel, her ice creams are SO good. alex's office sent us a huge case of them when toby was first born, and i rmeember how perfect and decadent and refreshing they were. YUM!

Katie said...

Those look SO gorgeous and tasty!

meesch said...

wow, this book looks amazing and I've read about these ice creams! just wish they had them in the midwest!

-meesch
http://www.aperfectkindofday.com

JJB said...

we visited ohio this past spring... and discovered jeni's... it might be worth moving north. glad to know there's a book though. maybe i can bring a little bit of goodness home.

Maria said...

Um, YEAH! An ice cream tasting party sounds like my kind of shindig. Hmmmm... ice cream-filled macarons... drooool

Karyn said...

We moved from Columbus to Cincinnati three years ago and I still miss Jeni's! It's usually our first stop when we go back to visit. We were there this past Monday and had it for lunch! Sooooo delicious and all their shops are designed so beautifully that I take pictures every time we go. I recently won a Jeni's t-shirt from a photo contest they had on Facebook. I wear my shirt proudly! That cookbook is worth buying. I've made the strawberry buttermilk twice and the dark chocolate. Both were great!

Eva / Sycamore Street Press said...

Ah, Jeni's was one of my very favorite things about living in Columbus! We'd take every visitor there. It ruined me for all other ice cream. Really it did. Although I do go for local frozen yogurt, there isn't any local Utah ice cream that I like. So every once in a while I splurge on a container of Jeni's from one of the local stockists. I really should get the recipe book. Or maybe I shouldn't! :)

Stacey H said...

They have a few places to get Jeni's here in Nashville... I never knew ice cream could be such an experience! SOOO yummy!

Kacie @ A Collection of Passions said...

That looks totally amazing! YUM. I need some icecream right now. Apparently, according to your comments, I need hers!

Kacie
A Collection of Passions

molly ruth said...

a jeni's shop opened in my hometown, chagrin falls, ohio and i can't wait to try it out once we make the trek back from rhode island. i love the packaging and their website too!

Emily- Simply Southern said...

posted on them the other day as well! I am obsessed!
xo emily

Lindsey said...

I may or may not have picked my apartment in columbus due to it proximity to a Jeni's shop. The ice cream is soooo good I am a little evangelist for their yummy treats :)

Anonymous said...

Jeni's now has her ice cream available throughout the country in a number of specialty markets. Look at http://www.jenisicecreams.com/pages/Retail-Partners.html to see if there might be a store near you.

Jared said...

This is one temptation that I loathe to give up .. They look tasty. I will try.

Peggy @ House molds said...

Honestly, I haven't tried her ice creams... By the looks of it, I should! Yum

WITTY said...

yay OHIO! love this post. p.s. lemon blueberry is the BEST.

Al said...

Just spotted these at Whole Foods last saturday. I had the goat cheese with red cherries. AMAZING!

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