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 (jə-lä′tō, jĕ-)
n. pl. ge·la·ti (-tē)
An Italian ice cream or sorbet.

[Italian, from past participle of gelare, to freeze; see gelatin.]


n, pl -ti
(Cookery) Italian ice-cream
[C20: Italian, literally, frozen]
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What to order-As expected, most offerings either carry a dollop of gelato or are laced with Fior de Latte.
50), pricey but also near the average price for a scoop of gelato around Taiwan.
IThe premier dessert restaurant makes its own fresh gelato every day and serves up a selection of waffles, cookie dough and other sweet treats.
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Sundae: Chocolateer: Chocolate chip and Maltesers gelato scoops with soft vanilla ice cream, chocolate shavings and chocolate syrup.
The secret behind my gelato is simply that it is made with the freshest ingredients available and we only produce in small quantities to ensure that products circulate quickly and are not kept for a long time.
Among the consul' tants, 63 percent said they would switch to Gelato Prophy Paste, and 80 percent said they would recommend it to dental professionals.
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Based on The Front in Seaton Carew, Gelato JoJo serves up a vast range of homemade ice creams, sundaes and waffles.
Barker Gelato's main selling point will be artisan Italian gelato - which contains only a third of the fat of traditional ice-cream.
However, I prefer to call gelato as ice-cream's Italian cousin.
In order to make the best gelato in the world, using only top quality ingredients the first GROM shop was opened in Turin by friends Federico Grom and Guido Martinetti in 2003.