A major heat wave has meant a major boost for businesses on New Hampshire’s seacoast.
After nearly eight decades in Belmont, Brigham’s Ice Cream has closed up shop.
A fifth-generation ice cream business in Maine is buying what’s left of a family-run ice cream business in Maryland, both operating under the same name.
Ben & Jerry’s Schweddy Balls ice cream is too hot to handle for some supermarket chains, including Massachusetts-based Stop & Shop.
Ice Cream is a treat that can be enjoyed on nearly any occasion. It’s even been used successfully to help campaign for elected office. Just ask State Treasurer Steve Grossman.
One of the joys of heading out for an ice cream is, of course, the treat itself. But for some, it’s fond memories.
Some ice cream stands stand on their own, while others want you to come for the treats and stay for the day.
No matter where you go, you can always find a local ice cream stand. North of Boston, there are plenty of places to go, many of which make their own ice cream.
New Englanders, like nowhere else in the country, enjoy their ice cream, and the frozen treat has a long history beginning almost 2,000 years ago.
There are few things better than summer on Cape Cod, and one of them is having ice cream during the summer on Cape Cod.