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Coldicote | 19:40 Tue 19th May 2015 | Home & Garden
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I've had various people at my home lately and am puzzled to find in the cupboard under my sink a pink plastic container (a bit like a shallow brick). On the container is the word GHIACCIO; 12 ORE STYLE, and various words that are difficult to read - something to do with putting it in a freezer and not to be opened. I don't know where it came from or who put it there, but it worries me not knowing what it is. Can anyone enlighten me please?

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Is it coloured blue (because they usually are!).

'Ghiaccio' is Italian for 'ice'. It's one of those freezer packs that you chill down in your freezer and then put inside a picnic bag (or similar) to keep the contents cool:
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A block that you freeze and put in picnics etc to keep them cold.
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Thanks for your replies. This one is coloured pink. Perhaps someone thought they were doing me a good turn and giving me something useful, but I don't like this sort of surprise.
Pink, eh? These Italians sure have style!

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