Well before Angel Lozada-Corona ever places the metal spatulas on the anti-griddle, he often fields questions from quizzical consumers. He best answer them before he makes their ice cream, however, because he doesn’t have all that much time.
“The questions are nearly always the same,” he says while standing behind the counter at Ice and Fire, located in the Connecticut Post Mall food court in Milford. “What is that? Does it taste like ice cream? Is the plate hot? Is it fried? Some little kids think it is magic and the adults are often trying to figure out how it is done.”