July 13, 2012
Insulated Ice Cream Keeper
What took so long?
Finally, something here I can actually use.
From the "Equipment Corner" feature in the July & August issue of Cook's Illustrated:
"Ice cream is the perfect summer dessert; warm ice cream soup, not so much. The Ice Cream Tubbie from Zak! Designs aims to keep the chill in frozen desserts with foam-core insulation and gel pack-lined lid (the lid must be frozen before use). The Tubbie neatly holds a pint container of ice cream or can be filled directly with the homemade stuff. Left out on the counter in the Tubbie, ice cream stayed frozen for three hours — well beyond the maker's promised 90 minutes. One small design flaw: The lid tends to form a very tight seal with the base. (We found that running warm water over the container for 10 seconds made it easier to open). For outdoor parties, picnics — even the drive home from the supermarket — this ice cream keeper is a keeper."
From $11.99 (ice cream not included).
July 13, 2012 at 03:01 PM | Permalink
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Ah - now HERE's your platform sole! Tangerine sherbet on the hoof...mmmmmmmmmmm......
Posted by: Flautist | Jul 13, 2012 5:42:05 PM
Ah! The handy single-serving size!
Posted by: Becs | Jul 13, 2012 4:41:50 PM
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