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ice cream machine in Montreal?

Montrealer2009 Jul 26, 2009 01:00 PM

Anyone know where I can find an ice cream machine in the Montreal area? Something along the lines of either of these?
Thanks in advance!


  1. porker Jul 26, 2009 02:27 PM

    Ares kitchen supplies (on the trans canada near Forty West) apparently carries the Rival and Hamilton Beach product lines:

    they ask that you e-mail them with any special requests.

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    1. re: porker
      Montrealer2009 Jul 26, 2009 02:42 PM

      Thanks for the link!
      I went by their store at Centre Laval (off the 15) and didn't find these. I'll email them and see if other branches might have them.

      1. re: Montrealer2009
        Montrealer2009 Jul 27, 2009 07:08 AM

        "Sorry, No" was the response from Ares, so I'm still looking.

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      everyonelovessushi Jul 26, 2009 06:34 PM

      As a side order to this post, does anyone know where you can buy one of those single serving ice cream makers? The kind where you put ingredients into a small container turn the handle a few times, place in the freezer and you have ice cream. A friend had one years ago and it just seems perfect for people who just want a small serving of fresh homemade ice cream.

      1. MikeyMadness Jul 27, 2009 08:06 AM

        Maybe not quite what you're looking for but here's a link to Caynes.


        I have the Cuisinart for $87.99 and it works quite well!

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        1. re: MikeyMadness
          Whygee Jul 29, 2009 09:17 AM

          I shopped around a bit and I also bought mine online.

          Otherwise, they have it at Les Touilleurs and "Centre du rasoir" (and sometimes at Costco).

        2. souschef Jul 28, 2009 03:25 PM

          Not exactly what you are looking for, but I have one made by Cuisinart, and quite like it. It is available at the Bay.

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            Campofiorin Jul 29, 2009 06:48 AM

            I'd strongly recommend the Cuisinart machine which works wonders. It's available pretty much everyhwere, even at the Bay. I've also seen it at Canadian Tire.

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