My favorite ice cream has always been strawberry. I’ve always had quite an obsession with it.
The best places to get strawberry ice cream are Cookout and the Berry Patch, which both happen to be 30 minutes from my house.
Being a dessert snob, I have no use for packaged grocery goods. I guess it’s a good thing they’re so far from my house, otherwise I’d visit them too much.
The Berry Patch is a local Richmond County favorite.
They offer a variety of fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies and ice cream flavors. They have a great website and are known for having the world’s largest strawberry, which happens to be where they store and sell their ice cream treats.
Their fruits and vegetables are sold from a building close to their famous strawberry.
Whenever I go to the big strawberry, I always take a look at their fruits and vegetables, which always makes me want to have a dinner consisting of only the Berry Patches fruits and vegetables. These fruits and veggies are all bright in color and large in comparison to competitors.
Going to the Berry Patch with my family always makes my family want to try new fruits and vegetables due to their great quality that they have of each in their store.
The Berry Patch, although far away, is a delicious and exciting journey for my family.
Annie Blakeley will be attending Richmond County Ninth Grade Academy, is a band and chorus student and a member of First United Methodist Church in Hamlet.