Cured meats line the wall of Beef Jerky Outlet, a Concord shop that hosts a varied kingdom of beef jerkies, deep-fried peanuts, jerky seasonings and cures, and more. Meat suitors can freely enlist the courtship of the cherry-maple turkey jerky ($6.99/4 oz.), honey-barbecue beef jerky ($6.99/4 oz.), or teriyaki jerky ($6.99/4 oz.). Or spicy up a meal or daily vitamin intake with Carolina Blues hot sauce ($6.49, mild or hot), Dave's Insanity Sauce ($7.95), or Satan's Blood ($19.99). Beef Jerky Outlet also supplies at-home flavor mavens with seasoning and cures, such as the barbecue-bourbon jerky cure ($6.99).
A peek inside Davidson Chocolate Co. reveals chocolate concocters handcrafting a cocoa collection of truffles, fudges, and desserts. Davidson's truffles ($8.25 per quarter-pound) are faithfully composed to the tune of an 1887 recipe. Try the cherry cordials, crème de menthe, and hot-chili truffles to detect their 70% cocoa consistency. The shop's English toffee ($7 per quarter-pound) makes the perfect St. Swithun's Day gift for Lord Bucklington of Nottingchestcerford, with its crumbled almonds and buttery texture. Other confections include the chocolate-covered caramel cups ($7 per quarter-pound) and richly textured coconut crèmes with almond ($7 per quarter-pound). If you're avoiding sugar, the shop also carries a wide range of sugar-free snacks that are equally sumptuous.
The DQ Treat Center offers a cool respite for shoppers tired of fitting-room lines and surly sales clerks. Celebrating its 25th year, the signature Blizzard's chunky charms are as inescapable as ever, with classic candies, such as Butterfinger, Oreos, and Snickers, and other flavor options, including Georgia Mud Fudge, blended to unmatched thickness with creamy soft serve (up to $4.09). The Peanut Buster Parfait (up to $3.79) slathers vanilla ice cream in fudge and peanuts for an appealingly layered delight. This location harnesses the relentless power of the Blizzard alongside the brightly colored grace and dignity of Orange Julius smoothies (up to $5.29) and fruit drinks (up to $3.89) to create a sweet-treat superpower.
Simply Divine Sweets owner Yaschica Sloan-Mills believes her purpose in life is to make others happy with her treats. A few years ago, she began doing just that while selling desserts to her family, friends, and coworkers. Soon, though, with the opening of her shop, it was more than just Yaschica's loved ones and acquaintances reaping the benefits of her devotion to decadence. At Simply Divine, Yaschica bakes every cupcake from scratch and presents batches in an artful, sophisticated manner. She also offers a wide range of gourmet flavors, from cherry vanilla to Kickin' key lime.
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