Working Cow Ice Cream

Gainesville

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In a Nutshell

Ice-cream aficionados scoop out mounds of homemade ice cream while guests nosh on salads & wraps

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Promotional value expires Jul 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Extra fee for delivery. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

If we all screamed at once for ice cream, the resulting sonic boom would destroy the sun, turning the entire solar system into a freezer in which we could store more ice cream. Warm up your shoutin’ muscles with today's Groupon to Working Cow Homemade Ice Cream, located inside of Gumby's Pizza. Choose from the following options:

  • For $12, you get a combo meal for two (up to a $25.96 total value), which includes the following:
    • A choice of two wraps or two salads (up to a $13.98 value)
    • A choice of two pints of Working Cow ice cream or two milk shakes (up to an $11.98 value)

  • For $6, you get a choice of two pints of Working Cow ice cream or two milk shakes (up to an $11.98 value).
  • For $7, you get a choice of two wraps or two salads (up to a $13.98 value).

The dairy experts at Working Cow Homemade Ice Cream guide taste buds toward savory and sweet bliss with a menu that commingles fresh lunch items and frozen treats. Small caesar and garden salads (a $5.50 value each) await to sate the appetites of hungry vegetarians and visiting Roman emperors, and chicken-tender salads toss crisp greens with meaty morsels (a $6.50 value each) for a meal that spans at least 2 of the 30 food groups. Chefs concoct each chicken fajita wrap by swaddling a medley of sliced chicken breast, cheddar cheese, onions, and green peppers inside a snuggly tortilla (a $6.99 value) and smother roast beef and bacon in ranch dressing for the ranch roast wrap (a $6.99 value), which they garnish with tiny cowboy hats.

After lunch or an afternoon spent staring at the sun, diners can cool down with creamy milk shakes or pints packed full of Working Cow’s signature homemade ice creams. Hand-blended using only quality ingredients, such as grade-A cream, pure cane sugar, and fruits, Working Cow’s ice creams are concocted using batch freezers, which account for their superior taste and silky texture. While flavors rotate weekly, the roster of possibilities includes more than 100 varieties, ranging from butter pecan⎯filled with whole roasted, salted, and buttered pecans⎯to Crazy cake, a cake-flavored ice cream loaded with ribbons of blue frosting, yellow-cake pieces, sprinkles, and an emergency straitjacket.

Working Cow Homemade

The founders of Working Cow Homemade share more than just a name. Fueled by their mutual love for frozen desserts, Tim and Tim craft more than 25 varieties of hand-blended ice cream using only quality ingredients. To ensure that these ingredients—which include grade-A cream, pure cane sugar, and fruits—come together to produce a superior taste and silky texture, staffers mingle them in icy batch freezers before scooping the finished product onto cones. Flavors rotate weekly, and the roster of possibilities ranges from basic vanilla and chocolate to Crazy Cake, a cake-flavored ice cream loaded with ribbons of blue frosting, cake pieces, sprinkles, and an emergency straitjacket. Staffers are also at the ready with delicious dessert alternatives including sugar-free flavors and sherbets. Working Cow peddles its signature ice creams and milkshakes in a space shared with Gumby’s Pizza, and offers its own menu of savory salads and wraps.

Customer Reviews

I enjoyed my meal very much.
David G. · July 31, 2012
thanks
Jerry H. · March 25, 2012
Love the Snickers ice cream.
Susan T. · March 22, 2012

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