Make Perfect Ice Cream with the $35,000 NitroCream N2-G4

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You could freeze ice cream with about 10-cents of liquid nitrogen and a bowl. Or, you could use the luxurious $35,000 NitroCream N2-G4.

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On one hand, the NitroCream N2-G4 needs no freezers or water lines. It's incredibly simple, just mixing liquid nitrogen in with your sugar cream base. On the other, it's pretty much a glorified Kitchen Aid mixer with a liquid nitrogen pump.

But OK, my dark consumer heart still craves this gadget that will put your fancy Italian espresso maker to shame, while simultaneously eliminating the risk of me going all T1000 during the dessert course.

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In custom configurations reaching $75,000, the NitroCream N2-G4 is available to both restaurant kitchens and those who own kitchens that rival restaurants'.

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[NitroCream via Bornrich]

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DISCUSSION

CrispyAardvark
CrispyAardvark

I saw Jeremy Clarkson make nitro ice cream as a stunt on the Clarckson show years ago. He stuffed some in a cone and fed an audience member who was sat two rows in front of me and I remember wondering "Just how safe is that to eat?"

Oddly enough, just the other day there was a contender on Top Chef making savoury ice cream with a bottle of liquid nitrogen and a plastic bowl. Curry flavour I think it was.

I think we should make some bacon flavour. OOh! Curried Bacon flavour!