ice cake

ice cake

[′īs ‚kāk]
(hydrology)
A single, usually relatively flat piece of ice of any size in a body of water.
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White snow is what comes to mind when I think of Christmas, so I always take home an ice cake on the day.
Western lowland gorilla Colo celebrated her birthday at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio with toys, and an ice cake with treats such as clementines and tomatoes frozen inside.
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We decided to share a Passionfruit Ice Cake and, much to our delight, the waiter said he would bring two spoons and ask the chef for an extra large portion.
While not used for pitching the ice around, threepronged ice forks with iron tines (and probably a 6-foot iron handle with a ring at the end) were used to maneuver floating ice cakes onto an ice house elevator.
Her mum taught her "basic" baking and her "artistic" dad, who has died since the end of filming, how to ice cakes and decorate things.
While sandwiches are best made the same day, you can prepare fillings, ice cakes, make jellies and cut strawberries today.
Rose, 88, who used to ice cakes at Pumphries, said one of the secrets of their long and happy marriage was that "we danced for 40 years".
TAKING THE CAKE: Newcastle player Steven Taylor helps to ice cakes at Greggs with supervisor Michael Sibbett and, below, with Andrea Thompson