So far we've only sampled the ice cream...and it was good. I am picky about my black raspberry ice cream and I have to say theirs may be the best I've tasted.
I've been more interested in eating locally since I started reading a few books: "Plenty" and "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle", both about trying to eat locally to support farmers and reduce pollution created in the transport of food.
I started reading "Plenty", a couple in Canada who try to eat food from a 100 mile radius of their home. The writing style just didn't catch my interest...only read about the first chapter and a half. Not that it was a bad book, just not for me.
Now I'm reading Barbara Kingsolver's book "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle" and I like it a lot so far. She's the author who wrote "The Poisonwood Bible", so I knew I liked her writing style and she and her family started to run a farm in Virginia.
I think this was a little more accessible to me because it was a family as opposed to a couple and they were in an area closer to my home than Canada. Not too far into this book, but I'll let you know how I like it when I finish.
In the meantime, check out your own options for eating locally!