Fridge Balls : Glass Front Fridges
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- Fridge is a 2006 television and print advertising campaign launched by Diageo to promote canned Guinness-brand stout in the United Kingdom. The campaign was handled by advertising agency Abbott Mead Vickers BBDO. The television piece was directed by J J Keith, and shot in the Czech Republic.
- A refrigerator
- Squeeze or form (something) into a rounded shape
- Clench or screw up (one's fist) tightly
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- musket ball: a solid projectile that is shot by a musket; "they had to carry a ramrod as well as powder and ball"
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- Form a round shape
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Fridge Ballse Easier to Use Than Green Bags
Keep your produce fresher, longer Quit tossing away the produce you just bought and toss a Fridge Ball into your refrigerator's crisper! Fridge Balls are the easy way to keep your produce fresher, longer! How Fridge Balls Work As fruits and vegetables age they create gasses that cause them to spoil prematurely. Supermarkets and grocers know this so they use potassium minerals to absorb these gasses in order to prolong the life of their produce... and now you can too! Each Fridge Ball contains a packet of potassium minerals that absorb these produce-rotting gasses, so you can keep your fruits and vegetables fresher, longer right at home!
Date and Cashew Balls
Easy and healthy dessert. You will need: one cup of pitted dates one cup of cashew nuts coconut flakes/ white or black sesame seeds or any other nuts for the coating optionally: some ground cardamon, orange or lemon zest to flavour. Method: soak the dates for a few hours until soft (you can use water, tea, punch or some alcohol) and then drain. In a blender or a liquidiser finely grind the nuts, add the drained dates and blend until smooth. With a spoon take some of the mixture, dip it in the coconut flakes and roll into a ball with your hands. Chill in the fridge for a few hours before serving. This makes quite a healthy and easy dessert, it can also be used to make 'energy bars'. You may want to experiment with the quantities or different nuts. Cashew nuts are soft. If you use almonds or macademia - they may need to be soaked first.
The fridge of a girl diagnosed with bulimia years ago, though suffering from ED-NOS (anorexic tendencies) now. I live by myself and only go to the store maybe two or three times a month, so I have the entire month stocked up.
100 multi-colored Fun Ballz can be used to add more bouncy play. Develops hand-eye coordination, promotes physical activity and introduces counting fun. Colors include red, green, blue, yellow, orange, and purple. It includes a carry bag. It is recommended for ages 3 years and above.
Whether your ball pit still has its original complement of balls, or whether half of them have been squashed, lost under the couch, or chewed up by the dog, you can't go wrong buying a couple of extra. Intex's bag contains 100 balls in assorted bright colors, each measuring roughly 3 inches in diameter. The balls are simple to use: just pour them into the play pit, add the children, and stir for many hours of fun. --Richard Farr