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May 15, 2008


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I love gelato, but it is difficult to find a shop that makes it in my small town in S.C. so, I have to make it myself when I get a craving. I appreciate all of the recipes I can get my hands on. Check out this "cool" article about gelato at www.foodista.com


What a mouth watering picture!

How can anyone dislikes this or Dulce de Leche?

Sylvia-Thanks! Don't work too hard-you have to make time for gelato!

Jen-thanks! You must try it!

Emiglia-And I can't wait to hear all about it when you do!

Lydia-neither of you will be sorry-yum!

Sandie-I bet it would-and you must see for yourself someday.

Gertrude-I bet he'll love it-tell me how it turns out!

George-Yes-and take me with you!

Jane (and Matt!) We ahve to make a date!

Great blog Rebecca! You are tempting me to cheat on my Atkins diet with all these delicious looking desserts! So, when do we get to come over and taste some of this good stuff?

What gorgeous ice cream, I want to visit Argentina now, like right now :)

My husband will go crazy over this :) We had ice-cream at one of the small little shop and they had like 20 flavors there. It was yummy.

Hmmm Argentinian helados. Thatmust be the most delicious ice cream I've ever had. I wanna go with you in your tour of all the heladerias in La Argentina. That will be an adventure. Hehehe.

The more and more I read of your reports on Argentina and the Argentinian lifestyle, the more I want to visit! I think I would feel right at home there. And as for the gelato AND dulce de leche? YUM! This would go perfect with the brownies I just made.

A great excuse for my husband to make another batch of your dulce de leche!

That looks incredible! I can't wait to go to Argentina and explore the country--and the food--myself!

This looks amazing! Fascinating post, too.

:-D here i am a classic italian woman..but it's not so true that doing nothing is an art in italy..i work 18 hours a day as wedding planner and believe there not much time to sit down and do nothing..:-D but i speak with hands..and yes I'm passionate and istinctive. i'm a thunder!
Thanks for the post is really tasty..and I adore dulce de leche
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