To create a block of ice with this Gold Medal block ice mold, assemble the two metal pieces that form the block mold, then line the mold with one of the included bags and fill it with water. Cover the mold with the included lid to protect it from dust and debris and stick it in a freezer. In a few hours, you'll have a solid block of ice that measures 12 inches long and 5 inches high and deep. The two-piece mold is easily disassembled to remove the ice with no struggle.
The Gold Medal 1487 mold makes a block of ice that can be used with Gold Medal's block ice shaver to create authentic shave ice or for a number of other foodservice applications. The block will weigh approximately 71⁄2 pounds. Replacement bags are available as KaTom item number 231-1488.
- Creates a 12 in. W x 5 in. D x 5 in. H block of ice
- Each block of ice weighs approximately 71⁄2 lbs.
- Mold is made of two easy-to-assemble galvanized-steel pieces
- 2-piece construction makes frozen ice block easy to remove
- Mold cover is included to protect ice from dust and contaminants.
- Kit includes 10 bags
- Additional bags are available in 250 bag cases
- Overall Dimensions: 12 in. W x 5 in. D x 5 in. H
Block Ice Mold for Olde New Orleans Block Ice Shaver, preps 7.5-lb blocks of ice, includes 10 bags, 5" x 5" x 12", galvanized steel (only one ice mold included)
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"The photo depicts a rectangular box with a block of ice in it. It is actually three pieces of galvanized sheetmetal bent into 3 pieces that don't..."
"The photo depicts a rectangular box with a block of ice in it. It is actually three pieces of galvanized sheetmetal bent into 3 pieces that don't hold water. The two-piece base holds a plastic bag and the lid keeps two sides together while not addressing the other two sides. It doesn't hold water - don't buy it thinking you can fill it with water, put it in the freezer and get a nice block of ice. No, you need to put a plastic bag in the flimsy mold, best you can get it filled and get the mold to the freezer, again, best you can. I'll try buying a heavy rectangular plastic box and fill it an inch or two at at time, freezing between fills. I read that using that method the plastic box will not be broken by the expanding ice."