The great snowball flavor debate

By Catholic Review Staff
Snowballs are a much-loved tradition in Maryland. But, the debate remains, what flavors are best? Here’s what some folks from around the Archdiocese of Baltimore had to say about their favorite flavors.
Spearmint (marshmallow optional)
Sean Caine, director of communications for the Archdiocese of Baltimore
Coconut
Jodi Phelan, director of development for Our Lady of Perpetual Help School in Ellicott City

Vanilla (Root beer, a close second)
Father J. Collin Poston, pastor of St. Mary in Hagerstown

Not a snowball eater, but if she were, she would like a coke flavor
School Sister of Notre Dame Hilda “Hildie” Marie Sutherland, 82, of the Institute of Notre Dame

The Cannon children, parishioners of the Catholic Community of St. Francis Xavier in Hunt Valley had this to say:
Sour lemon
Loyola Blakefield, Towson, student Sean Cannon, 13
 
Egg custard
Notre Dame Preparatory School, Towson, student Kate Cannon, 11
Sour cherry
Notre Dame Preparatory School student Kerry Cannon, 11

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