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HVP - July 2014

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30 Hudson Valley Parent ■ July 2014 We all scream for ice cream! More honorable mentions from our readers: "2 Smiles in Poughkeepsie. All homemade with lots of variety and really nice ice cream cakes, too!" — Isabelle Dichiara "Twin Cone in Bloomingburg ... two thumbs up!" — Joyceann Partridge-Viola "We love chocolate soft serve from Adam's in Poughkeepsie!" — Jessica Schaefer "Mary Janes in Middlehope." — Brigette Anne "The Beacon Creamery in … Beacon." — Danielle Ricciardi "Jolly Cow in Lake Katrine. Not only is it amazing ice cream, but the owner is very community-ori- ented man. It's a great family place, too." — Ethel Resso "Ron's Ice Cream in Beacon! It's a town staple." — Loren Michelle "Café a la Mode in Warwick. Love their handmade ice cream cones!" — Krystal Torres "Mary Jane's in Middlehope and Frozen Caboose in Highland." — Danielle Dapp "Wally's in Monroe. Hands down! I travel there from Ches- ter." — Gillian Farrell "The Dairy O in Westtown. Family owned and super delish stuff. I love the cookie ice cream sliders." — Marisa Neuman "The IceMother mobile ice cream stand in Monroe! You text, they deliver! — Samantha Klinger Zora Dora's Micro Batch Ice Cream and Paletas 201 Main St. Beacon Most people have fond memories of enjoying a popsicle on a hot sum- mer day, but we bet you don't recall ones fl avored like mojitos, peanut butter and jelly, arroz con leche, or cucumber mint chili. These fun spins on the frozen classic are a huge hit, and they are made in small batches with fresh, Hudson-Valley grown products. PUTNAM COUNTY Moo Moo's Creamery 32 West Street Cold Spring If you give Moo Moo's a try and love it, you don't have to worry about getting bored of it quickly — the 16 available fl avors change daily. The ice cream is homemade from a family recipe, so it won't taste quite like the big-brand tubs you have in your freezer. Plus, Moo Moo's porch overlooks the Hudson River, mak- ing it the perfect spot for a peaceful evening treat. Elora Tocci is a freelance writer born and raised in Newburgh. She currently works as a communica- tions assistant at Teach For America in New York City. Joshua Kraich, 4, loves the Dairy O in Westtown.

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