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Friday, September 24, 2010

House of Flavors in Ludington

A visit to Ludington means an obligatory stop at the House of Flavors to indulge in ice cream made right there. During peak season there is a line, but it moves really fast because they are well staffed. Back in 1948 when they were called The Miller Dairy, they offered only five flavors.  The current name was adopted in 1964 when they added more ice cream--a whopping 33 flavors now--and eliminated milk processing.  In the summer, they produce over 40,000 gallons of our favorite dessert each week.   We recommend the waffle cone with Tennessee Toffee and Mocha Almond Fudge ;}

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