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Ice Cream Parlor For Farm Kitchens
New for farm kitchens from Waring is a new concept in ice cream makers called the Ice Cream Parlor.
  Plain table salt and ice cubes from the refrigerator go around the rim of the machine, turning ingredients you put into the center core into a full half gallon of ice cream. If you prefer, you can make a variety of frozen yogurt, sherbet, parfait or fruit desserts.
  The Ice Cream Parlor is base drive, with the motor on the bottom. It has a clear plastic top that lets you watch the process, if you wish. When the frozen dessert is formed, the machine stops automatically and a “ready” light goes on. Comes with a one-year warranty and retails for $39.99.
  For more details, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Ice Cream Parlor, Waring Products Div., Dynamics Corp. of America, New Hartford, Conn. 06057 (ph 212 593-2400).

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