Bring on the Hard-Frozen Ice Cream
What better way to enjoy a day of warm weather then indulging in a cold bowl of ice cream? Unfortunately, the process of getting the ice cream out of it’s container can be quite unnerving. So after reading a few articles (Emily Dwass from L.A. Times, Scott Nyerges from consumersearch.com, article from kitchn.com), it seems that the Zeroll Ice Cream Scoop is hands down the easiest to tool to use when craving our favorite summer dessert.
Why is it cool:
1. Most likely the only ice cream scooper displayed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.
2. The handle is filled with a permanent, safe defrosting fluid that responds to the warmth of a hand.
3. The Zeroll are available in high-grade aluminum or nonstick Teflon.
4. Patented by Ohio businessman Sherman Kelly in 1935, the Zeroll claims to be the original ice cream scooper.
Where can I get one: Amazon.com
How much? The prices vary from around $13.00 to $27.00
Worthy / Not Worthy: If you are an avid ice cream eater, giving in to the sweet goodness regardless what time of the year it is, then I highly suggest investing in a proper scooper. If you are a once-in-a-while type of ice cream eater, there are plenty of great scoopers in the market that can do the trick. For those who complain that the Zeroll cannot be put in the dishwasher, come on now… don’t make me call you names…