For as long as I can remember, every time I went to Dairy Queen, I would order a Blizzard. What a great idea, soft serve ice cream blended with the best candies and cookies the world has to offer. The name Blizzard was used by DQ since the 1950′s, but it wasn’t for another 35 years that it became the Blizzard as we know it. After many trials, the construction of a hardier high powered mixer, and a lot of luck, on May 2nd of 1985 the Blizzard made its debut. The original toppings offered in this delectable treat? Heath candy bars (think skor and butterfingers) Oreo Cookies, M&M’s, and Mars Bar.
Really, there is no recipe for one of these. Perhaps hop in the car and drive to your closest Dairy Queen. But making it at home (ice cream, favourite treats, blender) is just not the same. Just be sure to enjoy this kind of treat after a good day’s grilling!
These little beauties take a typical apple pie to the next level. Surprise your friends and family with these next time you have the apple pie itch.View Details
This marinade is fantastic, especially with lamb, but you can use it on everything from poultry to pork, fish to beef.View Details
With Luther's Sheep Dip Marinade
These burgers were delicious. The heat from the Luther’s Sheep Dip was balanced nicely by the creamy cheese, the pork sings with the sweetness of the grilled vegetables.View Details
Seasoning And Rub
This seasoning is fantastic. Butter is like bacon, it makes everything better, especially the burgers you put this seasoning in.View Details
With Baked Potato Fries
Poutine is spectacular on it’s own, but adding pulled pork to it makes it stellar. We’re talking amazing here!View Details
With Cheese And Sour Cream
I had chicken thighs and everything to do fajitas… except for tortillas and peppers. Okay, so not everything to make fajitas. Actually I didn’t even have fajita spice…View Details
So Very Delicious
Literally I rubbed it down with a combo of spices and set it on the smoker and let it be for the most part.View Details
This Goes In Everything!
You can use it straight up as a dressing, or throw it into baked/smashed potatoes for that little kick.View Details