How to make ice with a 5-minute craft
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Craftsman Chris Crafts, a former chef and restaurateur who now operates his own icemaking company in Virginia Beach, has created a 5 minute craft for anyone who wants to try their hand at icemaking.
Craftsman Crafts has partnered with the Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce to help launch the ice maker on the second weekend of the Great American Beer Festival.
Crafts said he’s using a technique called the slow boil to create a rich, viscous ice.
Craft said his goal is to help people get started on making ice.
He says it’s similar to ice cream making, but he said it’s better because it’s faster and easier.
Craft said he was inspired by the classic ice cream cones made by the Danish ice cream company, Svea.
Craft’s ice cream cone is made from melted cream.
He said that while ice is typically heated to a temperature of 350 degrees Fahrenheit (150 degrees Celsius), the slow-bake method creates a rich and thick layer of custard that makes it easier to work with.
Craft will be handing out free craft ice cream during the festival, and he said he plans to donate some of the proceeds to charity.
Craftsman Chris Crafts, a former chef and restaurateur who now operates his own icemaking company in Virginia Beach, has created…