Posted on 21/03/2011
by Keith Jenkins
in Cuisine, Europe, Travel tips
Tags: blogsherpa city trips Culinary Journey Italy Pisa
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The temperature settings is important, to make the texture perfect.
You’ll love it!
I am going to Italy in a month.. Time for some authentic gelato! 😀
Haha, we simply smiled! 😉 The Pisa Tourism Board and the local press got to know about our blog trip when we were there. Several calls were made and we were in the paper the next day. Here’s a link to a picture of the article: http://www.twitpic.com/4b2mvk
What did you do to end up in the newspaper!? Kidding! I didn’t because I was in Civitella and La Nazione there is different (it has news of the Grosseto area). Do you have a copy?
Yum gelato! I think when in Italy you must try Gelato in every town you visit! I’ve added this one to my list
i’m addicted to icecream (i’m quite fat, ok :)), so your post makes me dream about go to Pisa for the week end 😛
have a nice day Keith!
Hahaha, I know what you mean about going out on a limb. However, it seriously was the BEST GELATO I’VE EVER HAD. And I’ve had plenty. Now I’ll sit and wait till other gelateria’s contact me with an invite to show that they’re better. LOL! 😉
When we went to Italy, we had gelato at LEAST two times a day! I would say you are going out on a limb to say THE BEST ice cream, though. I’ve heard about a great one in Naples, and the one we found in Venice was amazing—and then there was Florence—-I guess it is necessary to go back to Italy for another gelato tasting!
Wow, you HAVE to go there Gloria! ps/did you read about us in La Nazione last Thursday?
You taught me of a new place, and I am a local! Hugs,
Thank you Kinzica! I’ll be back!
Thanks, we’re really happy to make people happy and smiling! We hope to see you soon again. Greeting from a sunny Pisa (at least today!)
Hehe, thanks for the info Ciki!
did u know that gelato has less fat to intrude on the taste, and is also kept smoother and silkier at a slightly higher temp than normal ice-cream.. Oh for the love of gelato! Best!
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