an Italian-style ice cream containing almost no air, and thereby denser and richer than other ice creams.
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How to use gelato in a sentence
This ice cream maker will also make sorbet, gelato, milkshakes, and more.
It took months before he finally settled into a position at a local gelato shop.Indigenous chief Dana Tizya-Tramm is fighting climate change for his people and for the planet | Tik Root | October 29, 2021 | Washington Post
She eats bowls of pistachio gelato and handmade pasta, and watches tourists congregate at the Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona.Young People Are Leaving Their Jobs in Record Numbers—And Not Going Back | Raisa Bruner | October 29, 2021 | Time
There is a sweet blood gelato, animated with orange zest that zaps the metallic taste from blood, giving it the flavor of chocolate.Blood is a respected ingredient around the world, but less so in the U.S. A new book aims to change that. | Mayukh Sen | February 26, 2021 | Washington Post
Digging into my parting gift of knish gelato, I decided to abandon my literal interpretation of the blind pairing.Be Meat and Drink: A Conceptual Performance at Allegra LaViola Gallery | Lizzie Crocker | April 15, 2011 | THE DAILY BEAST
For dessert there is gelato and miniature cannoli and cupcakes with fangs on them.
The mixture also forms the basis of gelato-glycerin, used in nasal bougies, and of glyco-gelatin for medicated lozenges.Animal Proteins | Hugh Garner Bennett
British Dictionary definitions for gelato
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