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New City Microcreamery - Hudson

lergnom | Sep 2, 201504:36 PM     10

New place run by and across the street in downtown Hudson from Rail Trail Flatbread, which is a favorite place of ours in that area. Really, really good ice cream (hard and soft) that's very smooth because they use ... heck, I'll copy from the website:

"We use a liquid nitrogen process to freeze the cream. After the scratch ice cream base has steeped in its flavor for 24 hours in our walk in refrigerator, we pour it into our mixer. First we slowly move the base and introduce the liquid nitrogen, which is more than negative 300 degrees, and evenly freeze the base. We then increase the speed on the mixer to aerate the frozen cream and give it its lighter texture and mouth feel. Using the super cold liquid nitrogen creates a smaller ice crystal which gives it the smooth New City texture we look for. Plus... its a heck of a show."

Neat place with an old time soda shop set up. More calories to be ingested when I'm in that area.

Rail Trail Flatbread Co.
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