Umm, YES: Back to basics with ice-cream, and using a no-churn technique!
Icecream Parlour by Ploenpit Nittaramorn
The Icecream Parlour by Central Saint Martins student Ploenpit Nittaramorn is a back-to-basics process for making ice cream, which seeks to question why we rely so much on machine-made produce. In the kit, Nittaramorn trades the electronic whisk for ritualistic tools and some old-fashioned human effort.
The process begins by using wooden utensils to crush, squeeze and mix ingredients, which are then placed on to a pre-frozen marble plate, along with a mix of milk, cream and syrup. A wooden ice cream spade is used to guide the paste around the plate; whereupon movement, along with the cold surface of the marble, churns the mix into an ice cream consistency.
Nittaramorn has been serving flavours including Mojito Sorbert and Singha Beer at the course’s MA Graduation show - where demonstrations are taking place several times a day.
(via Homebuildlife: Icecream Parlour by Ploenpit Nittaramorn)