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Hawaiian Shave Ice on Montgomery Road

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Yes, the sign says shave ice. It looks like shave ice. Tastes like shave ice.

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Egg custard. My favorite flavor for snowballs and shave ice. HowChow wrote about the lack of shave ice in this area. I commented about the stand on Liberty Road, but that’s pretty far away.

Today, after a quick trip to Staples to get printer cartridges, we headed east to see if Baugher’s farm stand is open, or when they will open. So I can add them to my foursquare farmstand list.

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But, missing the turn at New Cut Road, we went up to the intersection of Waterloo Road and Montgomery Road to turn around. There, by the TBonz truck was a trailer selling shave ice.

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I am not sure if they are always there, but it is definitely not snow cone or snow ball ice, which is much larger. This is fluffy. I have to say the Liberty Road stand I talked about before has really wonderful homemade flavors, but this is good.

We will have to go try our other standard. Spearmint.

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About AnnieRie

Retired, I am following my dream of living in quiet west Howard County, a rural oasis, not far from the urban chaos, but just far enough. I love to cook, bake, garden, and travel. I volunteer at Howard County Conservancy. I lead nature hikes, manage programs and show children all the wonders of nature, and the agricultural connection to their food.

3 responses »

  1. Kyky’s has been there for ages. All the kids in the neighborhood goes during the summer. It’s wonderful!

    I get the egg custard too!

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  2. There’s a shaved ice at a plant nursery on Fredrick Road between St. John’s Lane and old Ellicott City. I’ve been meaning to stop and check it out and…

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  3. Yes, KyKy’s is there all the time. They close during the winter but have been open for about a month now.
    Baugher’s – they seem to open just about the time I’ve given up on them for the season. I’ll send you a note when they open, I live between them and Long Gate so travel past their place often.

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