How do you make an ice cube that will not melt in a room temp glass of water?
Unless you are in an igloo it's not possible. Heat transfers from hot to cold. If your definition of room temp is 72 deg F the Ice will adsorb BTUs from the water (water will adsorb BTUs from the air) tell It melts. :-(
by Stevennix2001 15 months ago
Famous gangster rapper, actor, and business entrepreneur, Ice Cube, spoke out recently online saying how both Republicans and Democrats need to earn the black vote this year for 2020, and how Democrats should NOT just take for granted that they have the black vote in the bag. ...
by Faith Reaper 8 years ago
If you were planning on having a romantic evening at home, what is the most romantic food item youIf you were planning on having a romantic evening at home, what is the most one romantic food item you can think of to share with your sweetie? You can choose up to three or more if you...
by dailytop10 8 years ago
What stops you from drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day?Experts agree that we should drink at least 8 glasses of water every day to be healthy. However, most of us fails to do so. I usually drink less than needed out of no reason at all. I simply can't force my body to drink a full glass of...
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
Ice Cube Tray Dilemma:I have those flexible ice cube trays, designed to be stackable, where with a quick twist and slight bend, the cubes just pop right out. They don't (aren't supposed to) stick in the tray sections.HOWever, if the trays are stacked to save freezer space, they WILL stick in...
by hawkprosound 12 years ago
the best rapper all time is scare face from rap-a-lot rec not tupac
by Laura Schneider 9 years ago
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