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Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Maker
Been wondering where you can buy one of those old fashioned, handoperated wooden "kegs" for making homemade ice cream?
You can pick from three different "Dolly Madison" wood models just introduced by Northern Electric, Chicago.
Available with hand-crank or electric drive, there's the Williamsburg model made of early American walnut, the Pioneer which features the popular Butcher Block look and a Springfield "keg" made of 100% redwood.
Suggested retail cost of the hand operated models is $28.95 for the Williamsburg, $26.95 for the Pioneer and $25.95 for the Springfield. All models _ are available with electric motor drive in 4 or 6 qt. capacity. The 6 qt, electric model comes with a seethrough lid and retails for $46 to $48, depending on the style and type of wood used. Prices include an ice cream recipe book which comes with each Dolly Madison ice cream maker.
For more detail, contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Northern Electric Co., 5224 North Kedzie Avenue, Chicago, Ill. 60625 (ph. 312-267-5100).

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