If your customers' soft drink preferences extend beyond lemonade, punch and iced tea, your soda fountain will need a consistent supply of carbon dioxide (CO2). Without carbonation, sodas taste bland and syrupy and will drive customers away....
Questions About Ice Fountain
We're having a Fire and Ice party - how can we, 'scuse the pun, heat it up? Hey MeFites. I have somehow found myself leading the team of people at my work charged with organising the End of Year party. We've decided to go for the pleasantly broad theme of 'Fire and Ice'. So far, we've thought of the following elements: * Red and white wall decorations * Hot and cold cocktails/drinks * Fire and Ice themed music (as people enter, not all night) * Ice sculptures/vodka fountain * Hot and Cold themed food (i.e. spicy stuff sizzling away in woks, and other food on blocks of ice) After that, we're a bit stuck. So, do MeFites have any cool ideas for entertainments, costumes, music choices, drinks, food or anything else that fits in the 'Fire and Ice' theme? Bonus points for entertainment ideas, as that's the one area we're seriously berefet of ideas. Thanks!
How can I repair my sump pump drainage pipes so that they'll withstand sub-freezing temperatures? I live in an area that apparently has a high water table, and I think I have an underground spring close to my home too. Which means the sump pump in my basement has been running 24/7 for the last few weeks as we've gotten snow and thaws. Yesterday, I discovered that the PVC pipe had burst right after it exits from the house and before it goes underground. I'm getting a spectacular build-up of ice there from the water gushing out of the basement. What can I do? I'd repaired part of this pipe system in the spring, but I don't think the bonding glue will work in sub-freezing temperatures. I also don't want to shut the pump off for any length of time. But I hate having all this ice build up right next to the house, and I'm worried that having the water build-up there will cause some to leak back into the basement. Clearly, when spring comes, I have to dig a
1. Pay for the size of the soda you would like to drink. Take the cup from the cashier and walk over to the soda fountain. 2. Place the cup under the ice dispenser, if desired. Using the side of the cup, apply a small amount of pressure to ...
1. Pay for a soda at the counter. Take the glass or paper cup that they give you, or use the one that stands next to the soda fountain. 2. Place the empty cup, hole side up, under the ice dispenser and use cup to apply gentle pressure to th...
Dish it out: Where's the best ice cream in Minneapolis-St. Paul? A friend is moving to the Twin Cities (Southwest suburbs to be specific) and is looking for ice cream places in & around her new stomping grounds. I'd love to hear about your favorite gourmet, local, full-on drugstore counters with soda fountains, wherever you love to go on a warm summer night. My friend's favorite places are ice cream "shacks" - little roadside open-only-in-summer type places. (The Zesto in Brookings, SD and B & G Milky Way local chain in SoDak, for example.) Thanks for helping me help my friend, but I can't deny that I'm excited to try a few places out next time I'm in the Cities!
I think I got ripped off. Please tell me if this antique "Absinthe Fountain" is legit. I will post a picture as soon as I can, but I haven't picked it up yet. My boyfriend is into the whole absinthe thing, and I wanted to get him a display peice for his birthday. I was out with my parents looking at antiques and the proprietor was showing us this pretty etched glass "absinthe fountain" and I went ahead and wrote him a check and asked him to hold it until aforesaid birthday. I know diddly about absinthe, but now I am thinking about the contruction of this fountain, and it doesn't seem to make sense. It is a v-shaped glass decanter in a metal support with a push-up valve at the bottom. The valve reminds me of a soap dispenser. Looking online, I can see that most fountains have a spigot on the side, with a wide mouth on top for ice. This one narrows at the top, which leads me to additional doubt. Modern, small ice cubes were not around in the absinthe heyda
Two soda fountains. Two paper cups full of ice. The first fountain consistently dispenses soda into its cup with very little foam. You could fill it all the way up to the top without having to stop once to let the foam subside. The second consistently produces a very foamy drink, so that you have to stop, let the foam subside, fill again, stop, start, etc. until your cup is full. What's the difference? Why the foamy soda? Notes: Same soda: diet coke. No noticeable taste difference in the dispensed drinks. Not the same ice: each fountain produces it own ice. Not the exact same cups, but the same type: waxed paper. Also, I have read the poured soda foams less if you wet the ice first. I have tried this on fountain #2 and it is not the case.
Go into Zora's fountain. Jump across the ice bergs. W...
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EVEN AFTER THIRTY YEARS I STILL REMEMBER THE FARREL'S FUN TWISTER....FARREL'S FEATURES FUN FOOD AND FANTASTIC FOUNTAIN FANTASY'S FOR FROLICKING FUN FILLED FESTIVE FAMILY'S...AND YES I ATE A PIGS TROUGH EVERY TIME I WENT
Things I've done already: * Made spooky bubbling fog on top of a bowl of water * Made a soda fountain (this was accidental, I thought I could use it like regular ice to chill my diet coke) * Pressed a chisel into the block to make a high-pitched farting sound
I bought Bamboo sticks to use for dipping. So people won't get chocolate on their hands. I know strawberries are good to use. And I also bought marshmallows and graham crackers if people wanted to make a S'more. And I was also thinking about taking a ladle spoon to take some chocolate out to put on top of ice cream. What else is good for dipping for a Chocolate Fondue Fountain?
The university I've been attending for 10 quarters is now charging me money to get ice cubes from the soda fountain. At first they were trying to charge me money for bringing my own cup and getting water. Now I am not only prohibited from doing that, but unable to get any ice. This is absolutely…
I am trying to find either a dual person ice party liquor luge or a beverage fountain either in a store in Calgary, AB or online from within Canada (not USA). Can anybody help please? Thanks for the tip. I'm looking to buy either of these items and not rent. I've looked everywhere online so just need to know of stores that stock these items.
Wikipedia: This ice cream soda starts with approximately 1 oz of chocolate syrup, then several scoops of vanilla ice cream in a tall glass. Unflavored carbonated water is added until the glass is filled and the resulting foam rises above the top of the glass. The final touch is a topping of whipped cream and usually, a maraschino cherry. This variation of ice cream soda was available at local soda fountains and nationally, at Dairy Queen stores for many years. I wanna make that. Can i do that with a fountain pop machine and just get carbonated water out of it?
I hear there is a day pass which includes Herbal Steam Room, Laconium, Experience Showers, Vitality Spa, Ice Fountain, and a Relaxation Lounge for a price of 50 dollars on weekdays. Has anyone experienced this package? Thanks
I've got the co2 tank, I've been doing forced carbination, besides a dispensor, carbinator, ice maker & a cold plate, what else do i need? Where would I find schematics for something like this? ebay references prefered
...or "pop" if you're one of those people. Personally, I prefer the cane sugar glass bottles of Coca Cola, if they're available. But a well refrigerated can does sometimes hit the spot. A perfectly mixed fountain soda in a large glass with ice is delicious on a hot summer day. Basically, how do…
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