Thursday June 29, 2006 3:13 am
The Ice Cream Ball
The Ice Cream Ball, or Play and Freeze Ice Cream Maker if you prefer the long name, does just what it says - it makes ice cream. However, with this contraption there’s no handle to turn monotonously, and no electricity to do the work for you. Rather, you fill one end of the sphere with ice and rock salt, and the other end with your ingredients, and then shake, roll or toss the thing around (after you close the end caps obviously). In about twenty minutes you’ll have about half a quart of ice cream to snack on, and if that’s not enough, a MEGA model is available that makes one quart of mind-numbing goodness.
Is it just me or does this thing look a great deal like a hamster ball? Thanks, but no thanks. I’ll stick to my electric ice cream maker, or have my good friends Ben and Jerry stop by.
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