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Nothing Says the Holidays Better than a Frozen Custard Pie From Jake’s!

The countdown to Christmas is underway.  Stress is building to get the stockings hung, cards written, presents wrapped and all the cooking that is required for many of us. 

If you are running short on time (and who isn’t) and looking for a special holiday dessert or hostess gift, I have the perfect answer!  Go to Jake’s Frozen Custard in Paoli tomorrow and order a special frozen custard pie for the holidays.  In the last week, I have tried 2 different custard pies – the Caramel Cashew and the Mint Oreo.  The Caramel Cashew custard pie has a regular graham cracker crust and the Mint Oreo custard pie has a chocolate graham cracker crust.  You can get 8-10 servings from each of the frozen custard pies; the price was very reasonable – I think $12.99.

For those that haven’t had the experience of frozen custard, you’ve really been missing out!  Frozen custard is not ordinary ice cream and not soft-serve – just pure heaven.  You can probably call (610.408.0145) in your order to the owner, Missy, and then stop by later and pick up your pie.  Jake’s is located at 31 W. Lancaster Avenue, in front of Paoli Village Shoppes. Jake’s Frozen Custard has only been open 2-1/2 months and your purchase would be helping our local small business community.

And remember . . . nothing says the holidays better than a frozen custard pie from Jake’s! 

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Jake’s Frozen Custard in Paoli . . . Not the Same as Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt!

Have you tried the recently opened Jake’s Frozen Custard in Paoli (located at the Paoli Village Shoppes)?  I was invited to Jake’s a couple of weeks ago to a pre-opening by owner Missy Shaw.  Not knowing the difference between frozen custard and ice cream my first question to Missy was,“What is frozen custard?” 

Frozen custard is not the same as ice cream or frozen yogurt.  For one thing, it’s creamier. It is also smoother and thicker. Served warmer than ice cream, frozen custard has a smooth, velvety texture. It contains very little air (10-20% verses 50-90% in ice cream) but an outrageously huge flavor. A true custard mix must contain a minimum of 10% butterfat and a minimum of 1.4% egg yolk (Pasteurized).  High butterfat + egg yolk + low overrun = Wisconsin Style Frozen Custard. 

The menu at Jake’s is more than just frozen custard.  Missy has taken her mid-western childhood roots and transplanted an array of Wisconsin favorites for local residents to enjoy.  Specialties include Grilled Bratwurst, Chili Cheese Dogs, Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese Curds. Understanding the importance of offering children their favorites, Jake’s kids menu includes Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwiches!  

Jake’s Frozen Custard respects its traditional Wisconsin roots. Owner Missy Shaw is clinging tenaciously to her commitment to quality and authentic preparation. At Jake’s a bit of yesterday is packed with love into every delightful dessert. And what a fun place to dine and to work!  The bright colors pop from the walls in such a fun way . . . makes you happy, even on a gloomy rainy day!  Missy is employing local high school students (Conestoga, Great Valley, Haverford, etc) after school and weekends; and adults are helping out during the lunch-time period. 

What’s the saying, “baptism by fire?”  After being open only days, Jake’s was front and center for Saturday’s 2nd Annual Blues Fest.  With a location next to the main stage, outdoor seating at Jake’s was at a premium.  The restaurant was busy inside and outside but the young employees met the challenge.  When I stopped in for my frozen custard ‘fix’, I was impressed by the efficiency and calmness — surviving the Annual Blues Fest, Jake’s is ready for anything! 

Outside Jake's at the Blues Fest

 

Support this new local business and stop by for lunch or dinner . . . you will not be disappointed!  Begin a new tradition with your family at Jake’s in Paoli! www.jakesfrozencustard.com 

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