Jenny Piper, who worked in a Baskin-Robbins store in college, returned to her dippin’ days in a big way, attending Carpigiani Frozen Dessert University in Winston-Salem, N.C., for six days, where she honed her recipes for whimsical and punny flavors such as My Cherry Amor, Minty Python, Are You There God? It’s Me Margarita, and Oatmeal Raisin in the Sun, all of which she makes by hand in the back of this adorable and colorful cottage. In the front, Pied Piper offers a used book exchange where customers can trade two of their own books for one of the store’s. Piper even has a MySpace page for The Pied Piper, on which she recently promoted Trailer Trash Tuesday: anyone who referenced the blog got a regular-sized scoop of the candy-Oreo-fudge-vanilla blend for the price of a junior scoop. Check for more specials.

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