- Feb 9, 2010
I keep reading about the ice cube trick that gets passed around with the cookware. What is this? Thank you.
its not really a trick - I used to ask the host to get me 2 ice cubes, same size.... You place one in the Exec saute pan and one in a prep bowl - I would walk around with the saute pan, let them feel the bottom and watch the ice cube melt... rapidly! I did this towards the end of my presentations, by the time I was finished talking about the cookware the ice cube is melted, the one in the prep bowl, NOT...
Beware though...I got out a cheap non stick pan and the ice cube melted there faster than in the bowl. It is not a PC exclusice type thing. LOL It would proove nothing when the host gets her cheap stuff out and can do the same.
The ice cube thing doesn't do anything for me. I watched it in the training video and was not impressed. I'm an engineer by training and know that metal ought to conduct way better than plastic or air. It's a nice parlor trick for the laymen, but I don't reccomend it for a group of scientists. However, I do like the idea of the baking soda trick for transferring flavors described in another thread, that is used by another DS company.
What is the baking soda trick? Or do you know what thread?