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Stop the ice cream meltdown with this chilly bowl.
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I love ice cream, and what I love about it is the firm smooth frozen creaminess. However, whenever I sit down with a nice big bowlful it starts turning into a soupy mess before I'm finished. Major disappointment. In my quest for a solution I have come across somewhat large insulated containers in which to store homemade ice cream in the freezer. I would like a smaller bowl version of this. It could either be an insulated, liquid-filled bowl that you freeze before you use, or it could be a bowl equipped with whatever makes a regular freezer run that you plug in while you use. Mmmmm, frozen ice cream 'til the very last bite. If this idea is already baked, someone please tell me because I want one. I need a "Brrrrr"owl!
tchaikovsky, Jul 30 2003

(?) Marble Slab http://www.marbleslab.com/faq.htm#q4
How to maintain a frozen countertop. [Amos Kito, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Ice Cream Holder http://www.uncommon...g+hands&subCatId=16
Even though my product name is better, this should do the job [tchaikovsky, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Originally thought this was a pun on "Burrow Owl".   

       Would the outside be insulated? Don't want to leave the skin of your hand behind when you're done.
hoopdy, Jul 30 2003

       Place stoneware bowls in the freezer for a few minutes, and ice cream takes longer to thaw in them. So an insulated frozen liquid-filled bowl would be great! +
Amos Kito, Jul 30 2003

       I would prefer an *entire room* that is kept at -1 centigrade so that I could have a stack of ice cream containers on the coffee table that would also not melt.
DeathNinja, Jul 30 2003

       I found it! Just in time for someone to give it to me as a Christmas present! See link.....
tchaikovsky, Nov 28 2003


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