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With no sugar added and protein powder to pack an extra punch, the vanilla bean, butter pecan, and bacon maple scoops from the Whatcom County maker fit nicely into a keto regimen. They’re dished at Eat Local stores, including a new one on Mercer Island, along with a diet-busting local berry blend at the Capitol Hill shop.
Have you ever been interviewed by a kid? It’s the best. They aren’t like grown-ups, they don’t care what your job is or where you went to college. They never ask you to detail the history of your current career trajectory, or how you plan to vote. They ask fun questions, like “what’s your favorite cursive letter?” or “If you could be any dinosaur what would you be?” and “would you rather be able to fly or be able to turn invisible?”
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This favorite grocery store has the creamiest gelato in the case by the cookies (get both!). And now it has ultra-premium ACME Ice Cream available in the freezer case. It’s made with zero air in the mix, so it’s creamy and dreamy, and you can take it home.
I discovered one of the best store-bought ice creams at Seattle Wine & Food Experience’s POP! Seafood & Bubbles food event this year, and it’s made right in Bellingham, WA. Acme Ice Cream was slinging scoops in tiny little cones, which naturally I had to try, because ice cream.
n the 27th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we interview the one and only @obaliciouspnw, Justin Oba. Justin sits down with Monica and tells us his story of how he started working in the Seattle food scene with Savor Seattle and he tells us all about the richness of Pike Place Market and what it has to offer for locals. Also, Justin let's you know about some great places to eat around Seattle. This is a must listen!
Start with a run on a beautiful 5k course through Magnuson Park along Lake Washington. At the finish line awaits more than 15 local restaurants serving up brunch bites plus a boozy brunch garden complete with Bloody Marys, Mimosa bar, cold beer and more!
Seattleites and Pacific Northwesterners alike – get ready for what might be a life changing experience in ice cream. ACME Ice Cream is coming to your local market and it’s a game changer. Made with all-natural ingredients and without any added air to pump up the volume – each container of ACME’s ultra-premium ice cream brings you one pound of pure, unadulterated goodness in a carton. Other ice creams include up to 50% air per container. Not ACME which adds no air making sure that you get a full scoop of what you paid for – the richest, thickest ice cream on the market.
Pick up a pint of Acme Ice Cream in one hand. Now a pint of Dreyer’s in the other. Feel the difference? Acme Ice Cream prides itself on being a zero air ice cream producer, meaning their pints are full of denser, creamier and more fatty ice cream, says Acme sales manager Steve Grichel. While more mainstream brands like Dreyer’s, Haagen-Dazs and even Ben & Jerry’s add air to their ice cream to increase volume, allow for easier mixing of ingredients and change the texture of the ice cream, Acme chooses to eliminate the air. As a result of Acme’s high fat content and zero air percentage, the ice cream falls into the “super premium” industry category. Lucky for Whatcom County, this “super premium” ice cream is made in our backyard.