National Ice Cream Month + A Few Favorite Freezers
July is National Ice Cream Month, which means our social media timelines are full of tempting photos of delicious ice cream all day long. From icy-cold snocones to low-cal fro-yo to small batch ice cream producers, Houston is bursting with yummy frozen treats. How are you storing yours? If your freezer isn’t working like it used to, we have a few suggestions. Read on to learn more about a few of our favorite freezers.
Viking refrigeration and freezer solutions include built-in, integrated units as well as all-freezer units, including custom panel options. All-freezer units come in 30” and 36” in both stainless and custom panel options; built-in, integrated refrigerators are available in both side-by-side and bottom-freezer models in a variety of sizes for both stainless and custom panel-ready.
The name “Sub-Zero” is a pretty good hint that this company’s refrigeration and freezer appliances are going to get the job done. Sub-Zero’s reputation is built on 70 years of top quality, design, and customer service.
We love the Sub-Zero line of built-in refrigerator/freezers because they come in a variety of sizes, in both stainless steel and panel-ready models. There are also four distinct Sub-Zero design approaches--stainless, overlay, flush inset, and framed—to help suit your personal style preferences.
Another thing we love about Sub-Zero? This recipe for Broiled Fresh Peaches with Buttered Rum Sauce—drizzle over ice cream and serve!
A classic for a reason, GE chest and upright freezers are also a fantastic choice to add freezer storage space to your home. The affordable GE freezers come in white (plus one chest freezer in camouflage), and in a variety of sizes.