In which the recipient has frozen something in the freezer for the sake of scientific curiosity. (JL)
*ticks off items on fingers* Hmm. Keys, full water bottles, soda cans, beer bottles, jello… cream of wheat.
I have frozen Bacardi Mojito mix to separate the rum from the ‘mojito mix’, and then proceeded to make a screwdriver with the rum.
I tried making applejack once, from a batch of mediocre homemade wine.
This was in Edmonton in the winter- it froze far too solidly, so it didn’t work very well.
When I was a child, I tried freezing earthworms to see if they’d wake up when thawed- I’d watched too many science fiction shows like “Buck Rodgers”.
How many good times (and big messes) have started with “Hey whaddya think would happen if….”?
I froze a home made contact microphone inside of an ice cube tray (full of water) so I could record the noises it made of ice breaking from the inside.
I once froze my girlfriend’s perfume and drank the separated alcohol in order to make it easier to explain why I would do such a thing in the first place.
Ben, It was a great event and great iophne video!!If you would like your own Bacardi “In The Mix” party email
What vertebrate zoologist DOESN’T have animals in the home freezer!
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