Grand Opening of the Orchard View Café
The Masonic Village Farm Market is proud to announce the grand opening of the Orchard View Café on May 22nd, 2015. The Café will be located under the same roof as the Farm Market, and will be open from Memorial Day weekend through the end of October. Products will include hand dipped ice cream, milk shakes, sundaes, soda floats, hot dogs, hot soup, apple cider slushy’s and a weekly special sandwich like pulled pork, beef BBQ or chicken BBQ.
The Farm Market staff spent an arduous two months searching south central Pennsylvania for the best tasting ice cream and chose Trickling Springs Creamery (TSC) to be our supplier. TSC opened in 2001 and is located in Chambersburg, PA. They make their ice cream in micro-batches in order to maintain the quality and consistency of the flavors and textures. They have a wide variety of flavors to suit everyone’s taste, as well as specialty seasonal flavors to fit the season like Blueberry, Peaches N’ Cream, Dutch Apple, Pumpkin and Eggnog. The Peanut Butter and Black Cherry were a huge hit with our staff. Trickling Springs Creamery received the Golden Scoop Award for the Best Overall Flavor during Scoop-A-Palooza. We agree with the judges. This is the best ice cream around!
Trickling Springs Creamery will also be supplying the Masonic Village Farm Market with glass bottled milk. They offer super-premium, wholesome milk from grass-fed cows. Their happy cows get all the sunshine and free grass they want during the growing season and are not pushed in growth or production by synthetic hormones. TSC processes the milk using a low-temperature pasteurization method that allows the milk’s natural proteins and enzymes to live, allowing for a healthier and better tasting product. They follow a very strict set of milk quality guidelines which are up to four times stricter than federal guidelines. The all-natural milk is bottled in returnable glass bottles which are sterilized and refilled at TSC. We will also be carrying TSC homemade butter and hand-packed containers of ice cream to go in the Farm Market.
We are pretty sure you don’t need another reason to visit the Masonic Village Farm Market, but we are giving you one anyway.