Dairy Queen is one of those chains that’s impossible to dislike. But even if you’ve got your perfect Blizzard order down pat, we bet that there are still some things you didn’t know about this legendary chain.10 Things You Didn’t Know About Dairy Queen (Slideshow)Dairy Queen got its start with an ice cream store in Moorhead, Minnesota, owned by a man named Sheb Noble.
All hail the newly crowned best ccocktail bars and programs in America, according to the Tales of the CocktailClover Club, Brooklyn, N.Y.Not only was Clover Club recognized as the Best American Cocktail Bar, but famed owner Julie Reiner was named as the best & 34;bar mentor& 34; as well.The Dead Rabbit, New York CityThe newcomer to the cocktail scene swept the Spirited Awards at Tales this year.
Try this healthy Veggie Stir Fry with Peanut Sauce for dinnerVeggie Stir Fry with Peanut SauceLooking for a quick and easy dinner idea for Meatless Monday? Try this simple vegetable stir-fry with a rich and creamy peanut sauce.This recipe is courtesy of McKenzie Hall and Nourish RDs.Ingredients1/2 Cup natural peanut butter1 Tablespoon honey2 Tablespoons tamari1 Tablespoon rice vinegar1 Teaspoon grated gingerroot2 Teaspoons hot pepper oil (optional)1/3 to 1/2 Cup water2 Tablespoons cold-pressed canola or grapeseed oil1 Pound bag mixed frozen stir-fry vegetables1/4 Cup fresh cilantro, chopped2 Tablespoons chopped peanuts2 Cups prepared brown rice
When it comes to sports, fans can get territorial. And that’s just the case for this year’s Super Bowl LLI matchup between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots. Restaurants and shops in each team’s territory are banning food items related to the opposing city.“Until the Eagles win the Super Bowl, we won’t be serving our Boston cream doughnuts or any other ‘New England themed’ doughnuts,” vegan bakery Dottie’s Donuts posted on Facebook.
Waffle recipe from 02-21-2016 Updated 08-08-2018 Waffles, also called waffles, are famous breakfast waffles cooked on double hot plates that give them the characteristic embossed appearance, that is to say grate. There are several variations throughout northern Europe, the waffles are in fact typical of Belgium, France, Germany and Scandinavia and each recipe differs a little from the other in quantity of sugar, consistency and shape.