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    • Cindy Wiebe

      yes I used to crank this thing for our yummy homemade icecream!

    • A Simpler Time

      Nothing better than a Hand Crank Ice Cream Maker. I remember everyone taking turns cranking on the 4th of July so we could have fresh, delicious homemade ice cream before the fire works. The best!

    • Janis Mahoney

      hand crank ice cream freezer, just like my parents and grandparents used, looking for one of these

    • Beth O.

      Homemade Ice Cream on a hot summer day - with nothing but elbow grease to crank that sucker! We used to have one identical to this, but now all that is left is the bucket. (which makes a nice shabby-chic waste basket)

    • Tracey Miller

      Vintage ice cream maker - My dad used this every year to make ice cream for my birthday! Good memories!

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    These definitely bring back memories. Our Nana always had these in her purse!