Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Free Ice Cream Tomorrow (7/1) in City Hall Plaza! Courtesy of The Cooking Channel!

Now here's a real summer treat!!!  Tomorrow between 11:30 am and 6:00 pm, in City Hall Plaza the hottest new food cable network- Cooking Channel is hosting a little ice cream social!  Head on down and get a FREE 1 scoop cup of ice cream from our own JP Licks or other surrounding ice cream hot spots and kick off your 4th of July Weekend the sweet way!

From the formal Press Release:
"The newly launched Cooking Channel has created a one-of-a-kind ice cream truck to satisfy fans’ cravings for summer’s most delicious ice cream flavors.  Visitors to the ice cream truck tour stop will be treated to a scoop or two of their favorite flavor and in some cities get a taste of the on-air talent when they meet the stars of Chuck’s Day Off, Everyday Exotic, FoodCrafters and more! 

“After Cooking Channel’s successful launch, we wanted to celebrate with fans across the country with ice cream, a summertime favorite,” says Susie Fogelson, SVP Marketing, Creative Services & Brand Strategy at Food Network and Cooking Channel.  “Along the way, in the spirit of what Cooking Channel is all about, we are partnering with local ice cream shops to give them the recognition they deserve within their communities. Visitors can also indulge in finding out more of what Cooking Channel is all about from some of the stars themselves. The idea is to engage and have fun with food people from the chefs to the enthusiastic eaters to the bloggers town by town.”

So head on down and score yourself a lovely scoop of ice cream and take part of Boston's own Harborfest!! 

Some photos on the scene from the great Katie at Once Upon A Small Boston Kitchen:


Delicious Dishings said...

Aw! That sounds great. I wish I could go!

The Small Boston Kitchen said...

HAHA, it was a tough job but someone had to do it! That was the raspberry lime sorbet in my hand...

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