Gelato is the Italian word for "ice cream", derived from the Latin word gelātus (
meaning "frozen"). In English this word commonly refers to varieties of ice cream
Jul 19, 2011 ... If you want to experience some of the best gelato in Italy, you need to know
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Oct 14, 2014 ... Just because you're eating gelato in Italy doesn't automatically mean it's
authentic or even any good. Unfortunately, many gelaterias continue ...
The best place to try gelato
is in a gelateria but many bars serve gelato
, too. A cone with two flavors currently costs one euro to 1.60 euro although I've seen it as high as two euro. If you sit at an outdoor table to enjoy a dish of ice cream, though, you may pay ex... More »
The fun part of being in Italy is to eat gelato every day and keep trying new flavors
. So even if you fall in love with any one particular shop, we encourage you to ...
Aug 31, 2015 ... So you've just finished a delicious Italian meal and you're craving some dessert.
You ask the waiter for the dessert menu and nothing looks ...
Jul 21, 2015 ... A brief history of gelato in Italy - Paleolithic and Ancient Rome Ice cream has an
ancient history, although it was originally used to cool or freeze ...
Going for an ice-cream is among the favourite passtimes in Italy. But where can
you find the best gelato? According to one jury, you need to head to Ghibli on the
Gelato is Italy's version of ice cream, with three major differences. First, gelato
has significantly less butterfat than ice cream's typical 18 and 26 percent.