Throughout the summer months and even in the colder months , New Orleans locals and tourists enjoy this icy treat in a variety of flavors, colors, and styles. Served in a cut or a paper cone, snowballs are made by...
As the summer temperatures rise, so do our cravings for icy treats to beat the heat. Although they may seem like a simple combination of syrup and ice, there is a colorful history behind the many varieties of shaved ice Americans consume each summer. Get the low down on snow cones, snowballs and Italian ice. Now an iconic summer treat, it is fitting that snow cones were debuted at another classic example of summertime Americana: The following year, he patented his ice crusher machine, and by the early s his stand at the state fair was selling an estimated 1 million snow cones per year.
A sno-ball is a New Orleans confection made with finely shaved ice and flavored cane sugar syrup. Commonly confused with the snow cone , the ice of a sno-ball is fine and fluffy; while a snow cone's ice is coarse, crunchy, and granular.
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