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]
Southern Italian term referring to cake.
Tuscan soup made from wild brooms and chicken broth with egg.
A Leopard; or Leopard fish, a strong-flavored fish usually treated to spices.
“Today’s special” for a restaurant.
Slushy gelato made by freezing liquid (often coffee or lemon juice) into crystals of grainy texture. It is sometimes topped with whipped cream.
A traditional bread filled with cocoa, nuts, candied fruits and grappa. It is an Easter specialty of Friuli.
Dogfish, although the Italian translation is “big cat.”