In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- But whilst a water ice is a perfectly pleasant thing, it's supposed to be a palate refresher between courses.
- ‘An asparagus or tomato water ice might be nice after fish and chips,’ Parker suggested.
- The orange water ice is included because of its delicate scent, like catching orange blossom on a breeze.
- For the most part, he is your average toddler: He reads Dr. Seuss; he bursts into a flash flood of kid tears when he bumps his head; he loves bugs and water ice.
- The water ice is so cold it's as hard as concrete.
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