Let us give you a few more reasons to venture to a new farmers’ market and beyond this summer.
SEA SALT HONEY ICE CREAM
Bright Yellow’s ice cream is made with organic dairy from Trickling Springs Creamery. New Jersey honey and a pinch of salt are mixed into our favorite flavor. Look for it on Saturdays at the Rittenhouse Farmers’ Market this summer. 1800 Walnut St., 9am–3pm. brightyellowcreamery.com
ROYER MOUNTAIN CHEESE
Clover Creek Cheese Cellar makes this Alpine-style cheese. Its flavor is both sharp and sweet—enjoy a few morsels solo before you grate it over pasta. Visit clovercreekcheese.com for a list of farmers’ markets and other places to pick up or order a wedge.
Anita’s is the perfect sub for homemade guac. It’s owner Mauricio Mendez’s grandma’s recipe. Available at area farmers’ markets and Weaver’s Way Co-op, 559 Carperter Ln., 215.843.2350. anitasguacamole.com
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Try a non-alcoholic blackberry hibiscus bellini or Moscow mule. These sparkling bottled drinks are perfect for a picnic or party. Available at Carlino’s, 2616 E. County Line Rd., Ardmore; 128 West Market St., West Chester, 610.649.4046, minglemocktails.com
Meet our favorite frosty snack on wheels: The Chilly Banana. This truck serves dishes of whipped frozen banana, with toppings like chocolate sauce, peanut butter sauce, and vegan whipped cream. Find out where the truck will be next at thechillybanana.com.
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This fruit looks like a tiny watermelon and tastes like a cucumber. Toss in a salad or skewer for your bloody Mary garnish this summer. Available by the pint at area farmers’ markets.