ball ice

ball ice

[′bȯl ‚īs]
(oceanography)
Numerous floating spheres of sea ice having diameters of 1-2 inches (2.5-5 centimeters), generally in belts similar to slush which forms at the same time.
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Ben & Jerry's, a division of Unilever and an icon of food humor since before hubby got chubby, got a rap on the knuckles after it launched a new flavor called "Schweddy Balls." It is a fudge-covered rum ball ice cream named after a 10-year-old comedy skit on Saturday Night Live in which a baker of seasonal treats by the name of Pete Schweddy, played by Alec Baldwin, stated: "No one can resist my Schweddy balls." It is not going down in the annals of comedy, but mildly amusing in a juvenile sort of way.
Carvel Ice Cream has announced the introduction of its Snickers Game Ball ice cream cake, the second product launched through Carvel's exclusive licensing agreement with Masterfoods USA, the U.S.