The Queen of Ice Creams Surrounded by Wanna-be Rulers
This weekend, Sally's friend Tehilah came to stay. Of course, we had an ice cream social. A hand picked selection of friends were invited to share 10 pints of various Ben and Jerry Ice Cream and 3 quarts of Dairy Queen Soft Serve.
Many may feel that Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream is the highest quality ice cream middle America can hope to consume. The have fancy flavors with cute names: Cherry Garcia, Chubby Hubby, Phish Food. These ice creams are really just regular ice cream with frozen candy, fruit, or pretzels in them. Reflecting specifically on the Peanut Butter Cup ice cream...They just wrecked a perfectly good Peanut Butter Cup!
Good thing I saved the day by buying 3 quarts of DQ soft serve for $10.85. That's $3.61 each. That is just the cost of a small and a medium vanilla cone. There are some serious savings to be found by buying by the quart.
I purchased my ice cream from the Lyndale Ave N Mpls DQ, reviewed recently. I went here because I knew the flavor would be marshmellowy like I require, and reasonably priced. I was correct on both counts.
While most people at the party consume their Ben and Jerry's, I can only assume due to years of brain washing to assume that BandJ ice cream is good, I and a couple others had our fill of the DQ. This volume of ice cream needs to be frozen, so it loses the consistency of a cone, and takes on the consistency of the ice cream in a Buster Bar. It's a trade off.
The other trade off is that even though you can have as much ice cream in your house at one time, by buying in quarts, unlimited access can be an issue for those for little will power. This is me. I have eaten most of this ice cream myself when my goal was to go to DQ only once a week and write a review. It was my best laid plan! How could this go wrong?