My day started with a wonderful surprise! Ice cream!
I spotted a blog post with a large photo of a dreamy, tasty Dairy Queen Peanut Buster Parfait! I had to go get one of my own! My photo is at the top but I don’t mind if you take a moment to check out my blogger friend’s photo and post. Go ahead and click here.
Are you back? Or are you still drooling at the sight of the white creaminess, the lovely peanuts and glorious chocolate?! Yes, blogger Audrey Kletscher Helbling at Minnesota Prairie Roots did a fine job of getting me in the mood for spring and icy treats. I commented on her post and shared my favorite Dairy Queen story with her. She replied, “Thanks for sharing this fun story.
I am going to share my Diary Queen story with you and a few other ice cream memories. Get ready for lots of exclamation points!!!
My first memory of going with with my family to buy an ice cream cone was a car trip to Isaly’s. Isaly’s has been around since the early 1900’s and many people through the years have shared their memories of Isaly’s. I loved their rainbow sherbet piled on a cone in their traditional “rocket” type scoop. Many other Isaly fans love their iconic chip chopped ham and Klondike Bars.
Next, on annual family vacations to Lakeside, Ohio my family and I walked (I skipped) to the Patio to get orange sherbet ice cream cones after the evening entertainment at Hoover Auditorium.
By the time I was in high school, I usually went on ice cream
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