fresh ice

fresh ice

[¦fresh ′īs]
(hydrology)
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Generally, when we can proceed no further, we have return still open to us; but here return was as impossible as advance, for every pass had closed behind us; and for the few moments when we were stationary, we were likely to be entirely blocked, which did indeed happen about two o'clock in the afternoon, the fresh ice forming around its sides with astonishing rapidity.
The operation was quickly performed, for the fresh ice was still very thin.
Shake well.A Strain liquid over fresh ice in a rocks glass.A Garnish with lemon zest and watermelon.
Fill your glass with fresh ice and your cucumber ribbons and strain your cocktail in.
Shake hard and double strain over fresh ice in a rocks glass.
If you are looking to have fresh ice cream made with the help of liquid nitrogen, head to Ice Cream Lab, in Dubai Mall and The Inventing room in La Mer.
Shake well and strain the mixture into a double old-fashioned glass rimmed with hibiscus salt over fresh ice. Garnish with cilantro.
Ditching the Mason jar, I prepared my metal, 9-by-5-inch loaf pan; thinking I could quickly and less dangerously scoop my fresh ice cream.
Strain into an old-fashioned glass over fresh ice. Garnish with lemon peel and a cherry.
"I went over and he was making fresh ice cream in front of your eyes.