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Home Ice Maker
In most kitchens you will find a variety of machines - most people have a fridge, freezer, cooker and microwave, the basic modern essentials for home cooking. However, in recent years we have seen a plethora of new kitchen accessories and gadgets become available and many people have invested in them, finding them really useful. Good examples of these are the bread maker, electric ice cream maker, mini chocolate fountain and a portable ice maker.
Some people might question the need for such an ice maker. After all, if you have a freezer, you can make ice cubes in it. A fair point and one worth deeper scrutiny. So let's take a look at why and when you might want ice at home.
1. General Entertaining - dinner parties, get-togethers and bbqs.
2. Special Celebrations - Christmas, Anniversaries, Birthdays
All the above points apply here too of course but sometimes with special celebrations, people like to make 'special' drinks such as cocktails and there might be the odd bottle of champagne being served. Having plenty of crushed ice on hand will therefore be important - and that is in addition to the ice you need for chilling standard drinks!
3. A Home Bar
If you have a small corner of the house with its own drinks cabinet or even perhaps a small bar, then a home ice maker is an ideal accessory. You can choose to display it as a countertop machine or have it under the bar counter (provided there is sufficient air circulation and access for proper use of course just like with any small fridge or bottle cooler). It means you will always have the option of freshly made ice within a matter of minutes whether for yourself, your family, visiting friends or guests.
A HOME ICE MAKER
This article has been online for some time now and, as things have moved on in the intervening years, it is considered by some to be far from comprehensive and somewhat outdated. With this in mind I thought you may find the following article "Best Sonic Ice Machines and Nugget Ice Makers" informative.
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