Serve chilly meals open air on a flower-filled ice tray. Here is how you can make one simply:
Fill a 13-by-9-inch pan with water. Cowl high of pan with self-sealing plastic wrap. Place 2 strips of tape about ½ inch aside on the plastic wrap ½ inch from inside edge on every brief facet of pan. Utilizing the paring knife, evenly minimize Xs, smaller than the diameter of the carrots, in between strips of tape on either side. Match carrots into Xs; safe with tape, if obligatory.
Place pan on stage rack in freezer and freeze at the least 24 hours. Take away plastic wrap, carrots, and, if obligatory, tape. Run faucet water over ice block to take away from pan. The frozen carrots will likely be comfortable and simple to dig out of the ice with a small spoon, if obligatory. Place your alternative of flowers in ice cavities.