Gelato, literally meaning “frozen,” is smooth, round and colorful. Though found around the world, real Italian gelato is created by skilled artisans who take pride in their creations. There are quite a few characteristics that set gelato apart from ice cream. The combination of all natural ingredients, less air, and less butterfat give gelato a more intense and unique flavor. Gelato is also creamier due to the extreme skill and care of its makers. It… [Read More]
Bundles of wild herbs.
Goby fish, of which only large ones are consumed, usually baked.
Apulian dish of skewered, grilled sausages of lamb or kid.
Spirit distilled from pomace of grapes previously crushed for wine; usually clear but sometimes amber from wood aging.
Galantine, a cold dish covered with aspic.
Italian style of ice cream, of wide-ranging flavors, chiefly fruit, nuts and chocolate.