Posted by Christiane Lauterbach | June 7th, 2010 | Filed under News
Maggie Rentz and Greg Smith haven’t given up on being mobile, but the two young lawyers/street food enthusiasts launched their new business while standing on solid ground under a tent at the Sandy Springs Farmers Market last Saturday.
Westside Creamery uses fresh milk and cream from Johnston Family Farm, a Georgia dairy that has been in continuous operation since 1956, and relies as much as possible on ingredients grown and harvested around Georgia.
Phenomenal seasonal flavors we tasted include a deliciously Southern Mint Sweet Tea (our favorite), a tart and refreshing Lemon Buttermilk Sorbet, a rich and chunky Blueberry Buckle, and a Honey and Apricot made with fresh fruit and local honey.
Westside Creamery gave out free samples, sold many many cones, scoops, and pints, and impressed the heck out of everybody.
Visit their website for more information about purchase locations and seasonal flavors (http://westsidecreamery.com) for their unique product churned in small batches using nothing but virtuous ingredients and old-fashioned know-how.