Never Too Cold for Sub Zero

Forget winter and visit Chanhassen's Sub Zero for delicious ice cream.

It's snowing outside, yet I'm dreaming about ice cream. I could pretend that it's because I'm putting the final touches on the plans for our August issue today, but it's really because I'm kind of always thinking about ice cream. (A few months ago my husband asked if he should turn down the heat when he saw me with a huge bowl of ice cream during one of the more brutal cold snaps.)

And ever since I visited Sub Zero in Chanhassen for a photo shoot about a month ago, I can't stop dreaming about the shop's rich, velvety smooth ice cream. I ordered a mint shake with chocolate flakes (and slurped it on the way home—with the heat blasting in my car), and brought home a pint of chocolate ice cream with brownie pieces (it didn't last much longer than the shake).

Watch for the story about WCCO-AM's Jordana Green that goes along with the photo shoot in our May issue, but don't wait until May to check out Sub Zero (there's also a location in Eden Prairie)—it's too good to pass up no matter what the temperature is outside.