Who makes Snohomish County’s best milkshake?

  • Herald staff
  • Wednesday, May 23, 2012 9:14am
  • Life

The food topic of the day is milkshakes, and that’s got us thinking — about rich, sweet, delicious chocolate … or strawberry … or maybe root beer.

It’s also got us thinking: Where can you get the best milkshake around here? Sure, lots of places make them, but who makes the one you yearn for on a warm summer day?

Comment below or on our Facebook page and nominate your favorite shake. Next week, we’ll take a poll and vote on the top nominees to determine the ultimate Snohomish County milkshake.

If you say “my house,” that’s fine, but it’s only eligible to win if you want to invite everyone over.

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