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donJ 07-06-2008 @ 6:31 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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We have been enjoying Cho-Cho's for years. In Berks County PA they are made at Two places. One changed to the push up type container and they aren't as good as the old ones. The originals are still  made and sold at-
Schell's Ice Cream/Drive in
4625 N 5th Street Hwy, Temple, PA 19560
(610) 929-9660
They call them CHO Cups now- but they are just like the old ones.
I have 2 dozen in my freezer now.

They make theirs in a "Taylor" ice cream machine and tap them into a small dixie type cup with a cardboard top and a popcycle stick. ( I saw them doing them last week) I guess it's a mix? Anyway, they are frozen, you roll them in your hand and pop them out of the cup.  MMMMMMMMM!!!

I provided their contact info for those who wish to know.




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giarcrmc 07-05-2008 @ 10:18 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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My name is Mike Craig, and my father, Ron Craig, owned and operated the Polar Bear Ice Cream Parlor on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle, Washington in the 1950's.

He made the delicious cho cho's on the site and had a contract with the manufacturer for the secret ingredients.  I was 10 or 11 years old at the time and have no specifics about who the manufacturer was.

I just remember rolling the cho cho's in my hands and enjoying the results.

My sister and I sometimes had some of the cho cho product in a bowl as it came out of the ice cream maching.  Too good!

I would certainly like to try one again and time travel back to the 50's.

Regards.

Mike Craig

my dad made cho cho's.

bademento 06-26-2008 @ 1:47 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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I have tried to duplicate it at home also.  No Luck!

joeljackson2 06-26-2008 @ 11:22 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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This malt ice cream bar at the ball park was in what city? What company?  I've tried to duplicate Cho-Cho at home. But no luck yet. I'll post it if I get close

Yours,
JOEL

bobwylan 06-25-2008 @ 1:56 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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What a surprise ... I had just mentioned to my daughter that the malt cup ice cream at the ballpark was a poor knock off of the original "Cho Cho Ice Cream" we had during our school days in St. Louis during the 50"s.
I decided to goggle up "Cho Cho Ice Cream" and Diane's site appeared. The power of the internet is terrific ... but the memory of a "Cho Cho" is PRICELESS!
Bob Wylan


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Renay 06-14-2008 @ 9:39 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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I too remember loving cho cho bars - in a cup - roll between the hands to release & pull out of the cup - then lick & slobber the good tast! Wow!  I had them in Brooklyn New York.  My question is - since everyone remembers them - and from all parts of the country it must have been a major company making and distributing them Does anyone know who that would have been?  And are they still in business?  Seems like we would all
be customers for a revival!  Renay

joeljackson2 06-08-2008 @ 3:19 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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In Jackson TN a local business man bought the Mix from St. Louis MO. It was shipped in 5 gallon milk containers on a refrigerated truck. The mix was tranferred to a small pitcher for easy pouring into the 3 1/2 oz. cups. Flat Lids with sticks already inserted througha slot in the lid (by another worker)were placed in the cup. These cups were positioned in a metal pan, about 24 to a pan, and placed in the freezer. This information was told to me by a man who worked there in 1954.
Joel Jackson    

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JOEL

bademento 06-08-2008 @ 11:58 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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I have just sent an email to the contact for Northstar asking for info or suggesting someone take up our cause or make it.  If I hear from them, I will put it on Diana's Desserts. Playful Wink

bademento 06-08-2008 @ 11:58 AM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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I have just sent an email to the contact for Northstar asking for info or suggesting someone take up our cause or make it.  If I hear from them, I will put it on Diana's Desserts.

joeljackson2 04-08-2008 @ 5:48 PM                           Reply to this Discussion   Edit This Message   Delete This Message.
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There's a Cho-Cho Cup on E Bay (4/8/2008). Take a look.

Yours,
JOEL




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