I came across the Lello Pola 5030 Ice cream maker a few days ago. The price tag is eye-watering and I wondered what was so special about it. While its’ price may put it out of the reach of many of us, but I can assure you that the finished product is definitely worth it.
When I first saw the Panasonic BH-941P Ice Cream Maker, my initial thought was that there’s no way I’d be able to make anything, much less ice cream in this. I mean, it looks like an average-sized milk pan without the handle.
After a few runs with it, I’ve changed my mind. It wont be everything to everyone, but I can think of a few people who would be thrilled to have this no-frills gadget.
With Cuisinart’s 30+ years of experience in the home appliance industry, people have come to regard their products as top-notch. So much so that, Cuisinart is a preferred brand name for many kitchen appliances. Their products work and look darn good while doing so.
Their range of ice cream makers, both freezer bowl models and internal compressor models are proof of this. The Cuisinart ICE-50 is no exception and toes their company line of ‘technology with taste’, or does it?
The Whynter ICM-1.5LS Ice Cream Maker is a popular model in the Whynter ice cream maker range. Whilst it is slightly smaller than the Whynter IC 2L, the interesting thing is that people generally seem to prefer this model.
Is smaller better? I will let you guys decide. As with all things, there are a few bits that aren’t so hot, but we will see just how bad they really are.
I love gelato and not being in Italy (summer holidays are over for this year), I am always on the lookout for a fix for my gelato cravings, and store bought is steadily getting more and more expensive.
For a long time, the Lello Musso series have made the best home made gelato makers. Being of Italian heritage themselves, the machines knew exactly what made a proper gelato.