OK. Obviously "de leche" is milk...
But what's the difference between caramel and dulce ?
Any help in clarify this matter is, as always, greatly appreciated:)
I always make marshmallow fruit -- which consist of over night, marinated marshmallows, whipping cream and cream cheese ...and then, in the morning, mix and fold drained canned fruit cocktail.
Up. That's what we make. Neither fruit nor salad - but, it's good:)
What is the difference between ice cream and gelato!
My Mother - in - law stumped me the other day with this one!
I hate that when that happens! Apparently this is common "knowledge" of the Italian culture...yet she didn't give me an answer...
As you can tell from my previous posts...I'm trying to wow my family with a good gelato/ gelato desert this Christmas...we got hooked on the stuff in Italy!
Minor problem...apparently Haggen-Daz is not Gelato (don't laugh if you knew that it wasn't) ...anyway, any help on the issue would be great! And to one- up my in-law's is always great too!
My Mother suggested I look on icecreamsorce.com for:
Caio Bella ( tried this one, not so good)
Gelato de Riso
Educate me please!!!
I'm on a mission. My family traveled to Italy in 2007 - this Christmas I'm thinking of serving some sort of gelato for desert. (see previous post from this morning:)
My Neighbor suggested Talenti gelato...I found it at the store, but, there are so many flavors! Has anyone tried this stuff?
Or recommend another??
Anyone know of a good gelato?I think the desert would be a fun addition to my holiday menu... but, I'm at a loss on where to start. There's a pretty good selection at my grocery store....
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