Imagine this: You’re walking down the street. You just came from work. This morning, you woke up 15 minutes before your alarm clock went off. Disappointed, you go back to sleep… only to wake up 3 minutes before you have to be at work. So you were late and your boss was also in a bad mood so you got yelled at first thing. As the day went on, you not only spilled your morning orange juice all down your … Continue reading
Sub Zero in the News! KUTV did a fifteen minute segment on site at our location in Layton, covering the unique freezing process, the educational program, its catering options, and what happens when you freeze objects such as roses and gummy bears. Click here to see the full segment.
Every new year brings with it a slew of predictions for the up and coming trends. People have a penchant for lists and these oracular lists cover everything from technology, to color, to shoes. But where the confidence seems to falter is in an area you wouldn’t expect: dessert. Foodie experts are scratching their heads, wondering whether or not cupcakes will remain Queen of the desserts, or if another player will steal the glory. Although, like any prediction, its impossible … Continue reading
Sub Zero Ice Cream is excited to announce the opening of our newest location in Sandy, UT! And so are the owners, Christian and Daniel Thurgood. Says Christian, “We are excited to be a part of a growing franchise that has the best ice cream. We are also excited to be small business owners in the great community of Sandy. We are proud to be able to contribute to the struggling economy and provide jobs.” Christian and Daniel Thurgood are … Continue reading
One of the benefits to creating your ice cream from the base up is that it is 100% customizable, even in ways you hadn’t considered before. You get to be the head chef, choosing the not only your flavor experience, but also the texture. When we say “Choose Your Chill Factor”, we’re not talking about personal flair (although we know our customers have that in abundance), but rather how frozen you want your ice cream. We can control the ice … Continue reading