What the …? I pull the ice tray out of the freezer to make a pitcher of margaritas tonight and there, sticking out of one of the cubes, is a piece of ice about a quarter inch thick at the cube tapering off at the top. It’s an inch or so long at about a forty-five degree angle.
I’ve seen this before but I never mentioned it for fear some folks might think I’m crazy. So what is it?
And, hell, while I’m at it, how come ice doesn’t freeze flat on top? It’s as rough as a sixteen year old’s complexion.