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Olive Oil Gelato
Pages Home About Jessica. I was skeptical too at first. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Posted by Mercedes at AM.What to call my creation. I am an ice cream fanatic too. Grilled Eggplant Parmesan December 5, I am obsessed with ice cream too.
Yours looks picture perfect. My favorite part. When it came they oohed and ahhed also. I highly recommend the journey out there.
As always, all opinions and recipe are my own.
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I have been watching all the wonderful ice-creams you have been doing this month with avid interest. The olive oil one is surprising, but looks good. Can hardly wait for the next. I am enjoying your ice cream challenge! I might even be tempted to try some when I get an ice cream machine.
Additionally, gelato has less fat than ice cream. Your desserts seems delicious. But not good enough to pay the shipping from Ohio again. Soft White Dinner Rolls April 28, What a delightful looking ice cream.
Instead most of the time you feel like an ant with a magnifying glass shining down on top of you. Not a pleasant description but those tall buildings just trap heat and bring it right down back to you. I remember the first time I tried olive oil gelato. Friends had already tried it before and raved about it. I was as weary about it as you are now with that first spoonful and then I instantly agreed that this is possibly one of the best flavors of gelato ever.
December 1, From today I will be assiduous reading of your blog. It is so satisfying. Out it came:.
I know. What made it so great. It has been over six months. I'm loving your ice cream challenge.Olive oil ice cream with sea salt is my absolute favorite. Summer is definitely my favorite season as well. I finally made this ice cream. In Italy, ice cream is sometimes served with a drizzle of olive oil on top and then a sprinkling of sea salt!
It uses a lot of olive oil that would have been useful for many great salads. Ideas for Serving: - Serve with a few flecks of sea salt on top. I can imagine the orange would be awesome. After a quick google search I realized this question could have easily been answered a long time ago!