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The Cream of the Crop: Recipes from Humphry Slocombe and Bi-Rite Creamery

Humphry Slocombe Vietnamese Coffee Ice Cream

This month, two of the city’s top ice cream shops debut their cookbooks – Humphry Slocombe (Chronicle Books) and Sweet Cream and Sugar Cones from Bi-Rite Creamery (Ten Speed Press) - each with a very distinctive personality. We dish out two awesome recipes to DIY.

Popsicles! Get Them While They're Cold

 

When I think of summer in San Francisco, I think of a hot day in Dolores Park, wedged somewhere between the hipsters, relishing a lime popsicle from one of the many paleta carts that ring-a-ding over the bumpy lawn.

The New Cool Kids: Ice Cream, Popsicles and More

Just in time for the most beautiful day, here's a lick of good news to go with it. Looks like the city is soon to be even richer in ice cream (and popsicle) shops. Here's the scoop.

Humphry Slocombe: Ice Cream for Adults

If just for the name, I’ll be stopping by Humphry Slocombe, the latest ice cream shop to hit the Mission, slated to open a few weeks from now. (If this weather continues I’d advise lining up starting right now at 2790 Harrison at 24th Street.) The brainchild of Jake Godby, the opening pastry chef at Coi (who also spent time in the kitchens of Boulevard, Fifth Floor and the defunct Tartare), Humphry has no designs on being the ice cream-for-everyone shop (witness flavors such as salted licorice, salt-and-pepper and sweet corn-and-blackberry). Godby gave us the scoop.

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