Ok, so it’s not quite the same as the “you scream, I scream, ice cream,” but it’s the closest I could get! Lol! However, if you pronounce it with the really bad grammar of “dj” sound with the “I’d and you’d”…. well, I claim poetic license here. 🙂
Anyhow, Ann Cruise sent in this little article on gelato and nearing the end of summer for most, thought we’d throw it in, so we could catch the last few rays of the season, while enjoying a cool and creamy, Italian treat.
Luckily, these days, we don’t have to travel all the way to Italy to enjoy delicious gelato. There are quite a few good brands you can buy in your grocer’s freezer section, and at least around the Detroit area, several local eateries have the stuff home-made right on site! We have two in Detroit area that I’m aware of (although I’m sure there are more)…one being Antonio’s (of the Antonio’s restaurant chain who sponsored the guys), located at their Canton location. They have a gelato bar! The other place, a little further north of there in Plymouth, is Cantoro’s, where they also have an awesome assortment in the midst of their Italian specialty food market.
Here is the link and story from Ann…. (fyi… when you click on the link, it takes you to the newspaper. It shows the first several paragraphs, then says to click “here” to keep reading. Please be sure to click “there.” You do not have to be a member of the paper to finish reading the article.) 🙂
Italiana Bloomberg: The World’s in Love With Italian Gelato Bloomberg offers some tasty data on this coveted confection. The following article, written by Chiara…
Pat was going to write this article, but was feeling a bit under the weather (almost literally, after the eclipse yesterday, where she lives in Missouri got a torrential downpour of rain!) But duty bound as she is, she found this clip on Lemon Ginger Gelato…
Lemon Ginger Gelato
I’m also enclosing a link to You Tube, so you can watch all the videos you want on the history, making, and eating of gelato, the world over! I watched a few and they are pretty good!
Mangia!! Careful no brain freezes! 🙂
(all photo credits/pictures found from Google images)