Serendipity Catering Highlights a Friend
peteybird ~ uniquely crafted ice cream sandwiches
peteybird ice cream sandwiches shares their crafted perfection throughout the Denver metro area. Each sandwich is hand scooped using real ice cream and real from-scratch cookies.
Only the real thing! The ice cream and cookies are made with only the simplest, natural ingredients; no artificial flavors, five syllable ingredients, or preservatives.
Look for their ice cream bikes peddling down the street, place an order for delivery, or find them at one of your local retailers, peteybird will deliver the perfect ice cream sandwich experience every time.
A quick, fun Q & A with peteybird owner Pete Bredemann:
Where does the name peteybird come from?
My mom called me Peteybird as a child. I also had the good fortune of falling in love and marrying a woman with the last name "bird". Serendipitous, don't you think?
What does it take to be one of your coveted bike-riding-ice-cream-selling enthusiasts?
"Enthusiast" answers the question. I started the business because I love ice cream sandwiches. our current team of enthusiasts share a similar passion. We look for someone who feels the way all enthusiasts do about ice cream sandwiches.
What is your favorite ice cream/cookie flavor combination?
This is analogous to asking a father which child is his favorite. I love them all equally
You share the Serendipity kitchen with us-- What are some of the most memorable, drool-worthy dishes you have seen from our chefs?
Everything looks and smells so good, I am concerned my constant drooling would cause health department issues!
If you are not eating ice cream sandwiches, what are you having?
Ice cream with cookie dough ice cream. Just kidding. I have a very healthy diet. I was raised on whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and lean meat. Ice cream sandwiches were my only sweet indulgence as a kid.
They still are.
Looking for a new and exciting dessert option for your next party or event this summer? Have Serendipity include peteybird uniquely crafted ice cream sandwiches on the dessert menu! Or peteybird can deliver directly to you. You can even rent an ice cream bike for one hour or one day to enhance the experience.
Learn more about Peteybird
Look for their bikes around Coors Field all Baseball
For Americans, Easter is the second most important holiday to eat candy, and lots of it! According to the National Confectioner's Association, Americans consumed seven billion pounds of candy on Easter in 2001. Halloween is of course the number one holiday for candy eating!
In all, 90 million chocolate Easter bunnies are made for Easter every year. And, when taking a bite into one of those millions of chocolate bunnies, 76% of Americans prefer to bite off the ears first, while 5% eat the feet first and 4% eat the tail first.
Americans buy more than 700 million MARSHMALLOW PEEPS during the Easter holiday, which makes Peeps the most popular non-chocolate Easter candy.
An astounding 16 billion jelly beans are made exclusively for Easter. That's enough beans to fill a plastic egg the size of a nine story building!
In the 19th century, ladies who attended Easter services at St. Patrick's Cathedral strolled up New York's Fifth Avenue to show off their new Easter bonnets in what later became known as the Easter Parade.
Lilies account for more than half of all Easter gift plants purchased for the holiday followed by azaleas, and African violets.
The Easter Bunny as a holiday deliverer of candy and eggs is thought to have started in Germany during the Middle Ages.
Coloring eggs was brought to a high art when medieval English kings dispersed hundreds of decorated, gold-leafed eggs throughout the royal household at Easter.
It's time for Spring & Summer Party Planning
Let's start party planning!
Heavy Appetizer Parties
Serendipity can help with venue selection, menu planning, entertainment, flowers -- down to the last festive detail.