Caramelized & Salted Honeycomb Ice Cream
We employ Shane’s Rooftop Honey to make our Honeycomb Ice Cream. While expanding the duration of her seasonal presence at The Fountain, we’ve decided to cook our honey to a caramel amber bronze and to add a touch of pretzel salt for punch and tickle.
Founders Day – 10 Years at The Franklin Fountain
A street fair celebration! We invite all to return for our waffle ice cream combos, fall ice cream cookie sandwiches, old-fashioned children’s games, LIVE COW pie bingo and prizes with milking demonstrations, an ice cream sing-a-long, antique ice cream memorabilia displays, old-time music and free tours through Shane Confectionery every hour.
September 20th, 12-6pm 116 Market St
10 Year Birthday Cake Bisque Ice Cream
The Franklin Fountain’s Birthday Cake Bisque Ice Cream is made with real baked birthday cakes: Vanilla pound cake sprinkled with rainbow jimmies and traditional American butter-cream swirled throughout a base of vanilla cake batter
Apple Turnovers Now Available
This month, we will begin to add warm desserts as menu options, such goodies as oven-warmed Apple Turnovers, which we suggest with our dreamy Vanilla Ice Cream, a drizzled signature of authentic caramel glaze and a dollop of whip cream.
Chilled Apple Cider Float
Pumpkin Ice Cream
First, we would like announce to you through the agency of tooting trumpets the glad return of Pumpkin Ice Cream! This gourd-sent goodie brings due smiles to the countenances of all who have tasted its spiced magnificence. Truly, it is a customer favorite; it is wholly natural, and it tastes just like a serving of pumpkin pie had aside the cozy blaze of a hearthfire, only our brand is a touch sweeter, and it is enhanced by the tinkering of our kitchen sorceresses. Also available in Dairy-Free.
Featured Bottled Soda: Reading Draft White Birch
Since 1921 Reading Draft White Birch Soda has the taste of Old Pennsylvania with her rolling hills and dense understories of mint and wintergreen. Reading Draft continues the tradition of using pure cane sugar, natural ingredients (whenever possible) and the slow carbonation process. A tasty treat for any occasion!
Steeped in local organic lavender, our cream is naturally flavored and then cooked into our rooftop honey caramel batch in copper cauldrons, then cooled to perfection. They are finally nestled in dark chocolate and kissed goodnight with the reminder of a single lavender bud.
Pumpkins on the Vine at Shane (Great Pumpkin Fudge & Pumpkin Buttercreams)
Philadelphia Honey Festival
The mission of the Philadelphia Honey Festival is to raise awareness about the importance of honey bees to our environment, our food supply and our economy, and to promote urban beekeeping and gardening.
Shane Confectionery has been nominated for Martha Stewart’s American Made Awards
Right now, the team at Martha Stewart Living is honoring makers across the country through the 2014 American Made Awards. American Made spotlights the maker, supports the local, and celebrates the handmade. The program is made up of people and communities that have turned their passion for quality craftsmanship and well-designed goods into a way of life.
Help Shane Confectionery become a finalist by sharing our American Made profile on Twittter and Facebook. View our profile here and please pass this along!
Country Living Magazine at Shane’s
“The oldest continuously operated candy store in the country is sugar-coated with brotherly love” says country Living Magazine in their September issue. We agree, but stop by Shane Confectionery to see for yourself.
Bean to Bar: Dolfin
For decades, this Belgian Chocolatiers philosophy has been to mix natural, high quality ingredients directly into the chocolate mass. Fruits, spices, herbs, flowers or even the great classics are combined in perfect and subtle blends with the best traditional chocolates.
Philadelphia 19th C. Base-Ball Festival at the Navy Yard this Weekend!
The 3rd Annual Vintage Base-Ball Festival will be held September 6 & 7 (Sat. & Sun.) from 10am-5pm at the Navy Yard: Marine Parade Grounds, South Broad St. in SOuth Philadelphia. It is a FREE EVENT and will feature ten vintage ball clubs playing 1864 base-ball, with vendors peddling vintage base-ball goods. As a sponsor, the Franklin Fountain will dish up ice cream scoops, nostalgic sodas and Ballpark Caramel Corn from Shane’s. Come watch Ryan “Hurleigh” Berley make his pitches to the opposition. The Athletic Base-Ball Club of Philadelphia (co-founded by the Berley Bros.) is organizer and host of the event.