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Cold comfort

Abbott's custard brings back good memories for customers

Lane Kierstead, with mom Jana, gets a cup of Abbott's Frozen Custard. Lane Kierstead, with mom Jana, gets a cup of Abbott's Frozen Custard. (Globe Photo/Wiqan Ang)
By Elizabeth Navisky
Globe Correspondent / July 30, 2008

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NEEDHAM - She's lived here for 27 years, but no one would mistake Mary Pat Dauria for a New Englander. "I still can't get rid of the Rochester accent," she says, ringing up another sale at Abbott's Frozen Custard, her shop here. Both Dauria and the cash register have been quite busy since the store opened in June, serving an ... (Full article: 567 words)

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