When you hear a gelato shop is opening around the corner you may ask yourself, "What's the difference between gelato and ice cream anyway?" Well there's a lot that's different! Take a look at the following points to see how gelato is high above any old ice cream. Gelato is 100% natural, is free of growth hormones, and contains fresh pasteurized cream. Not to mention only fine pure cane sugar is used. No high-fructose corn syrup is used here. Trying to eat healthier? Substitut
People have become so accustomed to hearing "metigans" (Anything non-Italian. Often used by Italian Americans. It describes people who try to be Italian, but they just don't get it.) or bad cooks on tv saying these words wrong, it has become acceptable... Sorry, not to me. People like that are total Fugazy. (Fugazy means fake) I am here to help you pronounce these words correctly. Here is a small list of some of the words that when spoken wrong makes me want to yell MA-DAWN!
With the warm weather approaching Gelato Dolceria will be adding 24 outdoor seats so you can enjoy your gelato, coffee and desserts. We at Gelato Dolceria want you to feel like it's a night off or maybe a few minutes of stress relief. Gelato Dolceria's desserts are also in full swing. Chef John Caiola bakes Italian favorites and creates new and exciting ones as well, sea salt filled cream puffs and Nutella eclairs to name a couple. Come and enjoy these rotating desserts whi
How to eat like an Italian May 21, 2016 I often get asked the question on how Italians eat (in Italy). I used to have this conversation with my mom and on occasion i would try to follow it, but living here it is tough as we have our own ways and times we eat certain meals. You will notice times and type of meals are different. Meals are usually smaller and you will never see the obligatory "never ending pasta bowl"... never. that is neither Italian or food for that matter.