Review: Stella Jean’s reimagines the ice cream rainbow

Critic Brad A. Johnson says this ice cream shop burns the marshmallows for its s’mores, and he’s perfectly OK with that.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • May 5, 2021
I didn’t earn a single badge in Cub Scouts. I failed scouting miserably. I’ve never been a big fan of sleeping in tents or whittling sticks or tying knots. But I’ve always loved campfires. Mostly I like the burnt marshmallows. I like letting the...
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