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Updated: February 21, 2018 @ 10:52 am
Julie Kramer's ice cream is made with this the hit-and-miss engine, which powers the churns that stir a mix of cream, flavoring, ice and salt.
For the past four years, Julie Kramer has used this 1926 John Deere hit-and-miss engine to make ice cream.
Julie Kramer prepares a root beer float for a customer outside her on-wheels ice cream shop, called Jewel's Home Made Ice Cream, which is regularly set up near the riverfront in Clinton, Iowa.
Julie Kramer, who owns Jewel's Home Made Ice Cream, serves ice cream to customers over the weekend near the riverfront in Clinton, Iowa.
Julie Kramer starts up the 1926 hit-and-miss engine she uses to make ice cream.
When the engine’s running, it’s the distinct sound — not taste — that brings customers to Ju…