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Jeni’s Ice Cream – three small scoops

Posted by cmh gourmand on September 20, 2007

The media love affair with Jeni’s continues…..

Jeni’s Ice Cream was featured by the Food Network on Unwrapped on September 10th 2007. I know the feature peaked a lot of attention because I received 321 hits on my blog the next morning and most of those were views of my posts about Jeni’s. Unwrapped recycles episodes frequently, so check the Food Network site for future repeats.

The third Jeni’s location opened recently in the Short North. The address is 714 North High Street. Jeni’s has now come full circle. Old fans will note that Jeni’s first foray into the world of ice creaming was Scream Ice Cream in the mid 1990’s, in a location not too far (North Market) from the new High Street scoop shoppe. The original Jeni’s at North Market is still scooping it out!

One Response to “Jeni’s Ice Cream – three small scoops”

  1. Lorence said

    I see from the menu board that one of the local flavors is “FrosTop Root Beer” – I’ve just recently discovered Frostop at the Hilltop Marketplace (where the old Big Bear was on West Broad). It’s the best root beer I’ve had in many years, sweet, good root bear flavor, not overpowered by the carbonation, foam, or corn syrup.
    I don’t know if it’s made here in Columbus or just distributed, but the address on their website (www.frostop.com) is on Harmon Ave, just a couple of blocks from the I71-Greenlawn exit. I’ve also found it at the little market in Valleyview (at Valleyview and Hague). Look for it – If you’re over 50, you haven’t tasted anything like FrosTop since you were a little kid, when they made root beer right.

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