In Ecuador, there's a very special kind of ice cream. It's made by hand, by putting fresh cream inside a copper container sitting on blocks of ice. The cream is then whisked with a wooden spatula and the container spun on the ice. It takes about 20 minutes to turn a litre of ice cream that way. The result is extremely good... a mix between regular ice cream and sorbet. This batch was vanilla, but it can be any flavour too.