LG has launched a new flip smartphone named LG Ice Cream Smart in its home turf South Korea. The handset is notably the second flip-style Android handset launched by the firm in the recent past, after the LG Wine Smart, which was launched in September last year.
Some of the other features included in the LG Ice Cream Smart are LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi, DMB-TV, and Bluetooth 4.0. The smartphone measures 118.6×59.4×16.9mm, weighs 138 grams, and is backed by a 1700mAh removable battery. The handset is available in Mint and Pink colour variants.
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Whether you like to keep food storage on hand, have a large family, relish ice cream or like to entertain, quality freezers are indispensable for extra storage space for freezer meals, frozen foods, ice, and more.
Freezers also come as standalone appliance units, with no fridge attached. These are often called deep freezers. Many have a temperature control function that sets off an indicator light when the temperature rises beyond a set degree. This is important for long term food storage and for short term storage of temperature-sensitive foods like ice cream.
This Ninja model is unlike any of the other ice cream makers on this list. Rather than slowly churning and freezing the ice cream mix, the ice cream base needs to be frozen solid first. Once frozen, you can then add the bowl to the ice cream maker and set it to go. Powerful blades then 'shave' and churn the frozen mix into smooth, creamy ice cream.
This super-sized stainless steel ice cream maker with a built-in freezer will impress everyone from the home cook to semi-professional chef. The removable and integrated bowls can produce a remarkable 2 litres of ice cream in under an hour.
Sage always hits the mark with its sleek and frankly great looking appliances. The smart scoop has a 1-litre bowl capacity and settings for sorbet, frozen yogurt, gelato and ice cream. There are 12 hardness settings available, too, so you can fine-tune the results or freestyle with the manual setting.
An ice cream maker is a countertop appliance designed to make homemade ice cream. There are two different types of ice cream maker: freeze-first and self-freezing. Which type is right for you depends on a number of factors, including budget and space.
One brand we tested suggested using your ice cream maker to make frozen cocktails. Just mix your cocktail and let the ice cream maker run for 10-15 minutes or until it becomes a slushy texture. While most cocktails can be frozen, we think bright and zesty drinks such as gin cocktails, fruity cocktails like a strawberry mojito, and tequila cocktails will work best.
We put all ice cream makers through their paces with a range of BBC Good Food recipes. As standard, we made our ultimate vanilla ice cream and lemon sorbet in all machines. If a model came with settings or attachments for gelato or frozen yogurt, we made our hazelnut gelato and tropical frozen yogurt, too. All ice cream makers were tested against the following criteria:
Effective freezing properties: most importantly, the machines had to freeze the mixture quickly and evenly for a smooth texture. We looked for sturdy churning paddles that scraped ice cream from the edges of the bowl, breaking up large crystals in the process.
Though the weather outside is frightful, the frozen flavors coming out of Stocking Hall are delightful. Students in the introductory Science and Technology of Foods course (FDSC 1101) have created such tasty ice creams as Haut Chocolat, Cinnamon Chai Latte and Bearry Cheesecake by infusing warm, comforting flavors into the traditionally cold dessert.
Haut Chocolat, the winning flavor of the annual student ice cream design competition, is based on spicy Mexican hot chocolate, featuring a mix of cayenne pepper and cinnamon with rich cocoa ice cream.
"Haut Chocolat stood out because of the concept of 'heat' (due to the cayenne pepper) within the ice cream," said class instructor Alicia Orta-Ramirez. "It was a novel concept that we found innovative. Overall, though, all groups did a great job, and it was an excellent learning experience."
Runners-up Cinnamon Chai Latte was based on another winter warmer. Its student creators believed the ice cream would appeal to the large number of chai enthusiasts and fill a void in the ice cream market.
Bearry Cheesecake "lets you indulge in creamy and rich cheesecake without all of the calories you might find in a regular cheesecake," said the flavor's creators, and Aunt Maple's Walnut Toffee was created to bring Cornellians a "natural, local and simple" feel with local ingredients like maple.
This year's cohort learned that the process of creating a new ice cream flavor is grueling. Split into four groups of about 15 students each, the students brainstormed together to concoct an idea for a flavor and then spent hours in the food lab trying to realize their vision.
During the Nov. 30 final presentations and judging, students expressed the difficulties of organizing large groups and coming to consensus, not to mention the obvious technical challenges of engineering an ice cream flavor. The proportions, mouth feel, overrun (air content) and ingredients had to be just right ... as did the price.
The creators of Haut Chocolat envisioned it as a super-premium ice cream to be sold alongside pints from more expensive ice cream retailers like Ben & Jerry's or Häagen Dazs, while Aunt Maple's Walnut Toffee was the most affordable, at $2.50 a pint. 781b155fdc