It's set to open in the fall.
Humphry Slocombe is going to expand their brand in other ways instead.
He especially loves the Blue Bottle Vietnamese Coffee flavor at Humphry Slocombe.
Sounds like the anti-foie brigade is going to try to do their own policing. Good luck.
This week's Food Wise Tour, which meets every other Tuesday at noon at The Center for Urban Education about Sustainable Agriculture information booth in the Ferry Building, will be serving up samples of creamy Humphry Slocombe honey ice cream. At...
The book is due out April 25.
Mission: Humphry Slocombe (Harrison and 24th) has debuted some tasty-sounding new caramel candies, the first flavor being Salt 'N Peppa (Maldon sea salt, mild Cubeb pepper, zingy Szechuan pepper, and pink peppercorns). [SFoodie] Also, the Old World Food Truck is...
But the tasting panel does sound a little Philistine when it comes to new-fangled flavors.
The team behind Tartine are founding a school to teach children with motor disabilities like cerebral palsy.
'The Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream Book' is due out by the end of the year.
Suppositori Spelling is hosting, and the party's at Truck.
The local food maven submits to the San Francisco Diet.
Also, there's an ice cream blog attached.
Sam Calagione, Ruth Reichl, José Andrés, and more give us their holiday gift picks.
In a SF Diet-esque list, the Godby-Vaheys discuss their faves.
"It's not Ohio." Reason #4 on a list by Humphry Slocombe's Jake Godby of 'the four most exciting parts about living in S.F.' This was part of a photo essay by photographer of cool workplaces, Todd Selby. [via 7x7]...
Also, the New Taste Marketplace is coming to Potrero next month.
A side-by-side pictorial comparison of two popular ice creameries.
Elvis (the fat years): "Banana ice cream and Bacon Peanut Brittle -- Get yourself a hunka-hunka frozen fun."
Jake Godby threw a fete for NY-based Douglas Quint of the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck yesterday.