Ice Cream Month: Walter Youngblood of KingLeche Cremes
Welcome to the final episode of Hot Grease's National Ice Cream Month Celebration. On today's episode, Nicole Taylor is joined by Jack Inslee to discuss this week's food headlines. Do you think Gwyneth Paltrow would make a good Gabrielle Hamilton? Later, Nicole sits down with Walter Youngblood of KingLeche Cremes. Walter makes artisanal, local goat's milk ice cream pops. Hear about Walter's beginnings at the New Amsterdam Market, and his new stand at Smorgasburg. Why does Walter choose to work with goat's milk instead of conventional whole cow's milk? Tune in to the episode to hear about some of Walter's refreshing natural flavors, as well as how East Harlem has influenced his ice cream making. Finally, hear some of Walter's Southern, handmade ice cream memories! This episode has been brought to you by Fairway Market
"Goat milk is consumed more around the world than cow's milk, and goats are generally treated better than cows."
"Traditionally, red velvet was made with beets, not red food coloring...It's essentially a beet and chocolate ice cream."
-- Walter Youngblood on Hot Grease