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Ice Cream Spade

Item #92726
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It's all in the design. This spade is so popular in our store we can barely keep it in stock. Now you can have one without traveling to Ohio.
  • Stainless steel riveted to hardwood handle
  • Blunt-end blade cuts even frozen-solid ice cream easily
  • Ideal for serving desserts and casseroles, too
  • 9-1/4"L x 2-1/8"W
  • China
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ICE CREAM SPADE DESCRIPTION
"I have never found a better quality or functioning ice cream scoop! I've told friends and family that this is the only utensil to buy." --Nancy

"This is the best tool to get ice cream out. Even if the ice cream is frozen hard, this spade really digs it out easily. I wish I had ordered more than one and probably will." --A Satisfied Lehman's Customer

Customer Reviews of Ice Cream Spade
Product Rating: 4.5 out of 5.0(16 reviews)
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- 5/28/2013
said: NANCY BROWN
"I have never found a better quality or functioning ice cream scoop! I've told friends and family that this is the only utensil to buy."
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- 1/11/2013
said: Anonymous User
"I got an ice cream spade that my grandma had owned. They were given out by a Ranchers Feed and Seed place here in my home town to thank all the farmers and ranchers for their business at Christmas. She got this back in the early 70's and I still use it and not just for ice cream. I use it for cakes, pies, casseroles, brownies it is great. My sister always threatens to steal it when she is back home. I finally found your site with them on it and ordered both my sisters one. Now mine is safe. From: Scooping all kinds of treats in South Dakota."
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- 8/2/2012
said: Marjorie King
"The ice cream spade works so well that I bought a dozen of them. They make great hostess gifts. Everyone I have given one to comments on how easy it is to scoop even hard-frozen ice cream with one of these."
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- 6/1/2012
said: marie f
"This is a great little ice cream server. I have one that is very similar that I have had for about 25 years. I bet this will be the only other one I will ever need and you can't beat it's price. I bought it when it was a monthly 1/2 price deal. AND IT"S MADE IN THE USA!!!"
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- 5/30/2012
said: Joan Norman
"This is the best tool to get ice cream out of. Even if the ice cream is frozen hard, this spade really digs it out easily. I wish I had ordered more than one and probably will."
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- 5/18/2012
said: Al
"I bought this for my Wife for Mother's Day. I remembered "nothing with a cord". Although this doesn't give you a traditional "scoop" of ice cream, it works fantastic. No more waiting for the ice cream to soften. Easy on the hand and just plain works."
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- 5/14/2012
said: Brent
"When Mom first brought an ice cream spade home 20 years ago it revolutionized our ice-cream dishing experience -- no more bent spoons or leaving the ice cream pail out to thaw for 20 minutes. Years later when I had my own kitchen and our family was putting together Christmas lists, I remembered how great the ice-cream spade was and put it on my list. My sister decided to buy one for me, and even told me so, but after she got it home she kept it for herself. The little stinker! I had to wait *another* year before I found one waiting under the Christmas tree for me! Anyway, this is simply the best way to "scoop" ice cream that ever existed, period. Buy one. No, buy five, because all your family and friends will be asking for one!"
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- 9/9/2011
said: Sterling
"Best Ever!!! I have destroyed so many ice cream scooper over my life time its not even funny. back in 2005 I was staffed out in the Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico. and every time they did there ice cream bar they'd bring out these funny looking scoopers that went right through the ice cream, even if it was a block of ice you could easily chip off a-few chunks with out straining your self, these baby's can take it! I had almost lost hope of ever finding one until now. I Love these and see no reason to use anything else. they are tuff! ^_~"
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- 8/4/2011
said: Lynne E.
"When I make sorbets, they freeze solid after a few days, even when I add some alcohol to the recipe. This tool is exactly what I needed to break up those tasty ice blocks into individual servings!"
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- 4/12/2010
said: Josie B
"This is the best ice cream spade out there! I have bought several of these for family and they love them. Don't hesitate to purchase this item, it scoops "hard as a rock" ice cream with no problem."
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- 8/26/2009
said: Kaleigh, CSR, Lehman's Hardware
"Very sturdy little spade... i'd MUCH rather have this than an ice cream scoop. love it!"
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- 8/26/2009
said: Cheryl
"I purchased 3 of Lehmans ice cream spades for myself and family members and we all love them! It makes it so easy to dish up a bowl of ice cream."
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- 9/15/2009
said: PJ
"Great idea/design! Sturdy and pretty well made, great for the hardest of ice cream; wash and "dry" well directly after each use, to prevent the blade from possible rust spots."
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- 9/17/2013
said: Chuck
"Thought it was made in the USA. Two of the rating feed backs said it was. Made in China......... I bought four for Christmas gifts. Checking back on info,it does say import. Please note. Thanks. "
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- 7/23/2010
said: Andrew
"I love this ice cream spade. The blade makes dipping very hard frozen ice cream a breeze. Even more so if you run the metal blade under hot water first. I reduced my rating of this product primarily due to the wooden handle which has not help up well from being place in the dishwasher. The handle will fare better if this item is hand-washed."
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- 3/26/2011
said: Lee Brackney
"USA-made one is much better! I had this old ice cream spade, made in China, for less than a year; it cut through ice cream well, but the rivets on the handle were coming loose and you could tell it was going to break soon. I ordered the new USA-made one as soon as I saw it on the website, and when it arrived I immediately saw that the quality of materials and finish was far superior. It works like a charm, and no worries about food safety like with China items. It is well worth the few extra dollars to get a better product made in the USA!"
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