Did you know that we are living in the golden age of craft ice cream, people? If this is news to you, run—don't walk—to the Negranti Creamery ice cream truck, which has been popping up all across SLO County this summer, including wineries, events, and happenings (follow @Negranticreamery on Instagram to find out where this cute vintage milk truck is parking next). Made with milk from the Negranti family's own sustainably farmed and locally raised ewes, this sheep's milk delight comes in all manner of lickable flavors: blackberry-vanilla-rosemary, black coffee, strawberry-basil, and salted brown sugar among them. Word on the street: This Central Coast favorite is opening its own brick-and-mortar scoop shop later this summer in Paso Robles' Tin City! We'll keep you updated. Until then, remember: sunburned noses, skinned knees, political unrest ... all of these things can be at least soothed with a hefty scoop of frosty, thick sheep's milk ice cream. Δ
Hayley Thomas Cain is obsessed with mint chip ice cream. Send bites to firstname.lastname@example.org.