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Blue Bell Representative Stop by West Texas Tribune Office

By Floyd Miller

 

 

Jerry Don Black, Abilene Territory Operation Manger Kaysie Gonzalez, Public Relations Market Specialist, and Gaylon North, Sales Manager for the West Texas Branch, stopped by the West Texas Tribune office to promote their new flavor – Caramel Turtle Cheesecake Ice CreamThe new flavor combines a luscious cheesecake ice cream with chocolate-coated caramel turtles, roasted pecans, and cheesecake pieces with a chocolate cookie crust all surrounded by a smooth caramel sauce. {{more}}“I’m not sure if there is anything else we could have squeezed into this half gallon, “said Paul Kruse, Blue Bell CEO and president. “We’ve taken all the flavorful ingredients in this popular cheesecake dessert and combined them with our ice cream. You’ll taste caramel, pecans and lots of cheesecake pieces in every bite. Dare I say our ice cream has an ever richer flavor than the cheesecake itself>”Caramel Turtle Cheesecake Ice Cream will be available for a limited time beginning in September.Also this month, look for Snickerdoodle Ice Cream in your grocer’s freezer. Blue Bell introduced this flavor in 2008, and due to consumer demand is making it available again this year. Snickerdoodle Ice Cream is a flavorful ice cream with chunks of snickerdoodle cookies and a praline-cinnamon swirl.The ice cream was a welcomed treat at the West Texas Tribune office, especially since it arrived on one of the hottest days of the summer.For a complete list of ice cream flavors now available in stores and for great tasting recipes using Blue Bell Ice Cream, visit www.bluebell.com.Blue Bell Respresentative left 4 containters of their ice cream for the West Texas Tribune staff. Photo by Floyd Miller

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