Kickstarting taste buds

 Randy Adams prepares some dry ice to make ice cream during a tasting/kickstarter event on Saturday, Dec. 21 for Long Beach Creamery, a new startup that specializes in handcrafted ice cream. At Farm Lot 59 at 2714 California Ave. on the border of Long Beach and Signal Hill, tasters were able to help build the Long Beach Creamery business by making mini “kickstarter” pledges of $4 (for a push-up pop) to $10 (for a pint of ice cream). Starting next year, Farm Lot 59, a one-acre mini farm, will be having a Farm Event, featuring local businesses, on the second Saturday of every month.


Randy Adams prepares some dry ice to make ice cream during a tasting/kickstarter event on Saturday, Dec. 21 for Long Beach Creamery, a new startup that specializes in handcrafted ice cream. At Farm Lot 59 at 2714 California Ave. on the border of Long Beach and Signal Hill, tasters were able to help build the Long Beach Creamery business by making mini “kickstarter” pledges of $4 (for a push-up pop) to $10 (for a pint of ice cream). Starting next year, Farm Lot 59, a one-acre mini farm, will be having a Farm Event, featuring local businesses, on the second Saturday of every month.

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