Sno-Snacks

Sno-Dak News - - Region Reports - Tari Norby Man­dan, ND

“Hay Days Pret­zels”, also known as spicy pret­zels.

1 tea­spoon ground cayenne

1 tea­spoon lemon pep­per

1 ½ tea­spoons gar­lic salt

1 (1 ounce) pack­age dry Ranch-style dress­ing mix ¾ cup veg­etable oil

1 ½ (15 ounce) pack­age of mini pret­zels

Di­rec­tions 1. In a small bowl, mix to­gether cayenne pep­per, lemon pep­per, gar­lic salt, ranch-style dress­ing mix and veg­etable oil. 2. Place pret­zels in a large, seal­able plas­tic bag. Pour in mix­ture from bowl. Shake well. Al­low pret­zels to mar­i­nate in the mix­ture ap­prox­i­mately 2 hours be­fore serv­ing. Shake oc­ca­sion­ally to main­tain coat­ing.

Corey and I never

leave for a snow­mo­bile trip with­out Tiger

Meat from the Butcher Block in Man­dan and per­fect crack­ers. It’s the

snack af­ter a day’s And while ad­ven­ture.

we are out rid­ing, Cloverdale’s Corey has

ring bologna in the so it’s ready muff pot

when we make our be­cause we are stops

worn out from play­ing! Keri Wan­ner Man­dan, ND

jerky. He gives My buddy’s veni­son

throw in the each of us a bag to

we can snack on trunk of the sled so

plus it’s a good it dur­ing the day… sur­vival pack­age too. Gary Brod­er­ick Sandborn, NY

in a egg wrapped Hard boiled

Ex­tra pro­tein. “hip­pie” ban­dana. Jon Swan­son Rugby, ND Tamales in the

hot pot. Justin Heyne White­fish, MT

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