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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Harvey Milk Ice Cream Returning to Humphry Slocombe Through Gay Pride

Posted By on Tue, May 25, 2010 at 8:45 AM

Taste befitting a San Francisco legend. - TAMARA PALMER
  • Tamara Palmer
  • Taste befitting a San Francisco legend.
Humphry Slocombe's Harvey Milk and Honey Graham Cracker ice cream was a hit at Saturday's State-recognized Harvey Milk Day, selling out in three hours.

Humphry honcho Sean Vahey told us the flavor will make its fabulous reappearance this Friday, and will go back into regular rotation through San Francisco Pride weekend (June 26-27). Like a good drug dealer, he kindly saved us a pint to sample. Now we're hooked, and will need to stock our freezer accordingly. Y'see, it's actual milk flavored ice cream (not v*nilla, as they call it), made from the good Straus stuff, and they bake their own blackberry honey-tinged graham crackers that you'll plunge your spoon to the bottom in record time trying to retrieve.

Humphry Slocombe 2790 Harrison (at 24th St.), 550-6971.

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