Dry ice is used for glorifying food and cocktails in contemporary restaurants as we can see this on various cooking shows. Dry ice can be used at bars, restaurants, and clubs and for other culinary purposes giving people a novel experience. Dry ice works ideal when you add little amounts in a serving tray or container to create a cloudy, misty effect around the food. Whenever you want to use add dry ice pellets to hot water to create the needed fog vapor.
Dry ice can enrich the décor of your table and give the guest a unique lifetime experience. Before the guests arrive, you can place dry ice on the table and create further drama by adding simmering hot water to produce a magnificent effect when the menus are being distributed to the patrons. The only point to remember is that whenever, you are serving drinks or food ensure that both are kept apart by a physical barrier. Be careful not to swallow dry ice accidentally because it can cause serious burns and internal injuries. It is preferred to use Mistystix for drinks which can be bought from the same shop from where you purchased the dry ice.
You can also produce a fun and exclusive cloudy effect by adding dry ice to your cocktails. Dry ice not only keeps the drink colder but also gives a lasting experience to its clientele. You can directly add dry ice to the champagne ice bucket for the desired results. Chillisticks hold dry ice pellets carefully in a glass without the danger of swallowing it. You can load the chillisticks beforehand with dry ice pellets and then immerse the chillisticks in the remaining dry ice ready for the use. To avoid any mishap, never add dry ice directly into the drinks because of the acute low temperature of the dry ice.
You can set up a live station at your parties, where you can cook some meat and sea food for your guests because the severe cold temperature of -78.5C chars the food and also gives a spectacular view. Dry ice can be used in water, sodas and other carbonated drinks. It sublimates and creates vapors of carbon dioxide when added to a liquid. The liquid soak up the carbon dioxide gas and becomes a carbonated drink.