Ice Cream Pie Slicing Instructions

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You'll Need: A long bladed knife, a tall glass of hot/warm water, paper towles or kitchen towel.

1)  15-20 minutes before slicing and serving your ice crea pie, transfer the pie from the freezer to the refrigerator. (This will soften the ice cream enough to be able to cut through).

2)  Place the knife in the glass of warm water to heat up the blade.

3) When ready to slice and serve, remove the pie from the fridge and slice down the center of the pie. *You may need to press all the way down and through the crust on the first knife insertion, pull straight up and back out, and then continue across the pie in sections to make sure you slice through the entire pie crust.

4)  As you slice, you'll need to clean off your knife in the glass of warm water (while also reheating the blade) and make sure you wipe off all the excess water with a towel.

5)  Top each slice with your favorite topping and enjoy!

Creamery Menu

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Cups, Cones & Sundaes 59¢ per ounce
Quarts $7.25
Pints $4.75
Milkshakes $6.95
Banana Splits $7.25
Cow Pie Sundae $6
Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich $5.99
Soda $1
Bottled Water $1.25
Coffee $1.99
Ice Cream Cakes 6 inch $19.99
9 inch $29.99
Cookie Cake 6 inch $19.99
Ice Cream Pies $20

 

Farm Fresh Brown Eggs by the Dozen

 
Medium $3.95
Large/Extra Large $4.25
Jumbo $4.65

 

Grass-Fed Beef (Frozen)

 
Ground Beef & Patties $7.50/ Package
Steaks (Assorted Cuts) $11.95/ lb.

Ice Cream Pies

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Our farm fresh ice cream pies have approximately a quart and a half of ice cream and are popular holiday treats for your family.

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Homemade Ice Cream Flavors

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The following list includes some of the flavors carried at our ice cream store, The Creamery.  Check out our Facebook page for the most up to date lists of available flavors (WoodsideCreamery).  Woodside offers many delicious ice creams to satisfy any craving. 

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Ice Cream Production

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Ice Cream has been the nation's favorite dessert for longer than Woodside Farm has been owned by the Mitchell Family. In 1744 ice cream was served at special functions by the Governor of what would eventually became the State of Maryland. A year after the Declaration of Independence was signed the New York Gazette proclaimed the rarity called "ice cream" to be available at selected city locations. Our first President, George Washington, was an avid ice cream lover and is rumored to have run up a $700 ice cream tab one summer! Dolly Madison, our 4th President's wife, was the first to serve ice cream at White House dinners.

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Ice Cream Cakes

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We are now offering Ice Cream Cakes in 3 different sizes.  All three of our cakes consist of two layers of our homemade ice cream (Chocolate  & Vanilla), divided by a layer of crushed Oreo, and wrapped in a delicious butter cream icing.

Ice Cream Cakes
6 Inch Round Ice Cream Cake (3 inches thick)
Serves 8-10 people
$19.99

9 Inch Round Ice Cream Cake (2 inches thick)
Serves 15-18 people
$29.99

1/4 Sheet Ice Cream Cake (2 inches thick)
Serves 25-30 people
$41.99
*Sheet Cake is available by special order only.*


Instructions on Slicing Your Homemade Ice Cream Cake
You'll need: Long bladed knife and a tall glass of hot/warm water.

1) 40-45 minutes (30 minutes for a 6 inch cake) before slicing and serving your ice cream cake, transfer the cake from the freezer to the refrigerator.  (This will soften the ice cream enough to be able to cut through.)

2) Place the knife in the glass of warm water to heat up the blade.

3) When ready to slice and serve, remove the cake from the fridge and slice down the center of the cake. *You may need to press firmly all the way down through the two layers on the first knife insertion, pull the knife straight up and back out, and then continue across the cake in sections, to make sure you slice through the entire cake.

4) As you slice, you'll need to clean off your knife in the glass of warm water making sure you wip off the excess water.

5) Top each slive with a little whipped cream, and enjoy!

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