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We are ice cream lovers, aren’t you?

Jeff Breeze is your omniscient ice cream narrator. His posts are listed as weallscreamforicecream since he is the one that created this ice cream resource. He is a freelance writer. He works as a disc jockey doing Pipeline!, a local music show on the MIT station WMBR. He performs music by himself under the name Most Bitter and also participates in the Boston area improvisational music ensemble Concord Ballet Orchestra Players.

We are interested in finding ice cream correspondents everywhere. If you are a writer and ice cream lover, please contact us about reviewing ice cream in your area.

To contact We All Scream For Ice Cream via email: screamingicecreaming@gmail.com

19 responses

8 10 2008
Jim Picariello

When you make your frozen treat listing, take a look at our product, it rocks and I think you will really enjoy it!

Jim

20 10 2008
Heather

Ummmm. Wasn’t there some wonderful pomegranite chip ice cream served by an amazing girl that needs to be written about????

Get on that Jeffrey!!

Heather :)

19 04 2009
Wendy Goldstein Pierce

Hi Jeffrey —
If you are interested in frozen yogurt, keep your eyes open for the new boYo opening in downtown Boston: http://www.boyofroyo.com
Let me know if you want to hear more info.

22 05 2009
Sean's Mom

Hi Jeff:

FYI – Hodgman Farm in New Gloucester, ME is OPEN! Also, my ice cream junkie friend will be sending you one of her “finds” near Plaistow, NH.

Irene (aka Sean’s Mom)

25 06 2009
ashcakes

I don’t know if they still have it, but a month or so ago I tried saffron ice cream at Toscanini’s and oh. HELL. yeah. Like butter. Frozen sweet butter.

9 07 2009
julia

A few places you should try:
Jimmy’s Sandwiches and Ice Cream in Woods Hole, MA
Ashley’s Ice Cream in Guilford and Branford, CT

You already went to Truly’s, in Wellesley, but you didn’t get the soft serve!!! You need to give it another try– get it right this time. Haha. :)

Love the site!

28 07 2009
Kyle Neugebauer

There is as another Big Daddy’s in Maine. It is called Big Daddy’s North, located in Hollis Maine. Owned by the sister (me) and husband (kyle) of the owners in Wells. Our father opened the original Big Daddy’s in 1976. We opened the second site in Hollis right near the saco river in 2006.

If you ever head inland in Maine, Route 202 in Hollis Near the Saco River (Great Jumping and rope swing), stop by Big Daddy;s North. We have the same recipes and our shop will bring you back to 1976! Old fashioned, country goodness.

4 09 2009
Mark Lawrence

Please, when you come to Cape Cod, check out Polar Cave Ice Cream Parlour, on Route 28 at the Mashpee/Cotuit Town Line. Simply great ice cream with service to match.

They offer the Worlds Smallest Ice Cream Cone for a mere 50 cents.

29 09 2009
Polly

Big Daddy’s North has the best ice cream in the state of Maine. I hate September bc it means BDN closes for the season!

13 10 2009
Sam

The next time you’re in southern Maine you should stop by Shain’s of Maine ice cream in Sanford (the town next to Wells). They have some pretty amazing ice cream such as the Java Crunch (my mom and I go through 1 quart in a day)! And I believe they are open year round, and they have really great prices too!

26 03 2010
Hugh

I live on the West Coast. Is there a place I can order Brigham’s Mocha Chip Ice Cream and have it shipped to the West Coast ?

12 04 2010
Ken

I am a New England native transplanted in Missouri (I noticed you went to Mizzou!). We miss all the fabulous ice cream establishments you highlight on your page.
One that you need to visit is Gray’s Ice Cream in Tiverton, RI; it is located at the Tiverton Four-Corners area (intersection of Rtes 77 & 179). http://www.graysicecream.com/

29 05 2010
holly

You guys have got to check out Benson’s Ice Cream in West Boxford, MA.

But my ultimate must eat is Findeisen’s in Methuen, MA. They have three locations, one opening very recently and featuring a Coldstone style mix in option. I haven’t visited that one yet, but over the two other locations the Methuen is a way superior product. It might be the nostalgia factor associated with it, though. The place makes the best ice cream I’ve ever had. It’s kind of in a seedy location and kind of a sketchy looking place (No, seriously, I think it’s a triple-wide trailer) but it’s totally worth it for the very generously sized cones.

11 07 2010
Danielle

Next time you guys are in Maine you have to check out The Soda Fountain in Ocean Park, ME! Also, next time you’re in RI you need to check out The Ice Cream Machine in Cumberland, RI!!

5 12 2010
joe conway

hi Jeff

Love your web site, I’ve been watching it for the past 6 months, while building our own business here in Dorchester, We just opened Savin Scoop here on Savin Hill in Dorchester, I designed the shop and did most of the work, Its a great spot for the neighborhood, Along with amazing ice cream, i also offer smoothies and coffee and cappuccino. Next time your around Boston, Stop in, I think you’ll like what you see.

joe

14 02 2011
Gustavo

Hi!

I came across your website and thought that the “I Pledge Project” may be a topic you’d like to consider for your blog. Stratton Leopold – world famous producer of Savannah’s favorite ice cream and Hollywood blockbusters – is recruiting fellow ice cream shop owners across America to take part in the “I Pledge Project” campaign at the national level in an effort to promote patriotism amongst our youth across America. We’re hoping that enough word gets out so that communities get to nominate their local ice cream shops to participate in this patriotic event!

I can provide more information and images if you wish. Just e-mail me at info-at-leopoldsicecream.com. We’re also happy to answer any further questions you may have regarding the project as well as provide more information on participating shops across the nation. We expect many requests in the coming months given that the National Ice Cream Retailers Association (NICRA) is also spreading the word! I hope you find this e-mails useful for you; don’t hesitate to call (info on website) or e-mail us with any questions.

All our best,

Gustavo Arias and the Leopold’s Team

9 07 2012
Julie Dole

Hi!

I’m trying to track down a farm-style dairy stand near Ashland MA., that my Mom & I visited in about 1993. I remember it was on a hill, it was fairly large (as big as Nick’s, maybe a bit bigger), with indoor seating and a lot of windows.

I’d love to go back there again – it was a great old-timey place!

8 08 2012
jon strymish

if you’re in Portsmouth again, try Carleson and Byrne, it’s a chocolate place that sells about 5 flavors of ice cream, but I thought it was pretty good

28 06 2013
R Bowling

All I can say is Rich’s Farm in Oxford CT and shhhh dont’ tell anyone :-)

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