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Definition of the noun Gelato

What does Gelato mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: gelatos

  1. An Italian variant of ice cream made from milk and sugar, combined with other flavourings. The ingredients are super-cooled while stirring to break up ice crystals as they form.

Food

Gelato is the Italian word for ice cream. Italians use the word gelato to mean a sweet treat that is served frozen. Gelato is made with milk, cream, various sugars, and flavoring such as fresh fruit and nut purees.

  • also known as Italienisches Speiseeis, Olasz fagylalt, Παγωτό, เจลาโต้, Lody włoskie

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Gelato is a hardware-accelerated, offline renderer created by graphics card manufacturer Nvidia. It was originally intended for use with its Quadro FX GPU, although a Quadro class GPU is no longer a requirement, as it now also supports GeForce cards. Designed to produce film-quality images, Gelato uses a shading language very similar to RenderMan's. Gelato was first released in April 2004. NVIDIA stated in May 2008 that it will no longer be developing or supporting the Gelato software products .

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Gelato

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Google previewFrommer's Florence, Tuscany & Umbria (2006)

by John Moretti

A Big Step above Ice Cream: Florentine Gelato Gelato is a Florentine institution— a creamy, sweet, flavorful food item on a different level entirely from what Americans call “ice cream.” Fine Florentine gelato is a craft taken seriously by all except ...

Google previewFrommer's Portable Florence (2008)

by John Moretti

Gelato is a Florentine institution—a creamy, sweet, flavorful food item on a different level entirely from what Americans call “ice cream.” Making fine Florentine gelato is a craft taken seriously by all except the tourist-pandering spots around ...

Google previewCreating Wealth with a Small Business (2011)

by Ralph Blanchard

Gelato is a type of Italian ice cream usually made from sugar, milk with 3%4% butterfat content (which is less than regular ice cream) and some combination of fresh fruit, nuts, cookie crumbles, chocolate, etc. Unlike standard ice cream, good ...

Google previewRick Steves' Florence & Tuscany 2013 (2012)

by Rick Steves, Gene Openshaw

Gelato is an edible art form . Italy's best ice cream is in Florence— and it's one souvenir that can't break and won't clutter your luggage . But beware of scams at touristy joints on busy streets that turn a simple request for a cone into a ...

Google previewThe Complete Idiot's Guide to Coffee and Tea (2006)

by Travis Arndorfer, Kristine Hansen

Sold by the scoop, gelato is a sweet indulgence favored by many. Another addition, designed to drum up more business in the evenings, is the number of beers and wines served by the glass. But despite all the food and drink trends, the most ...

Google previewThe Unofficial Guide to the Disney Cruise Line (2014)

by Len Testa, Erin Foster, Laurel Stewart

For dessert, gelato is a specialty—look for unique flavors such as licorice, melon, apple, or hazelnut. WHAT TO BUY With every major fashion designer represented in Rome, haute couture and leather goods abound. In and around the Vatican, ...

Google previewFodor's See It Rome, 5th Edition (2012)

by Fodor's Travel Publications, Inc., Fodor's

GELATERIE The gelato is an indispensable part of Roman life. Some view it as an art form. such as ll Gelato di San Crispino (D 91 ), just behind the Trevi Fountain, which many regard as the best ice cream maker in town. Here, the choices are ...

Google previewSweet Treats around the World: An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture (2014)

by Timothy G. Roufs, Kathleen Smyth Roufs

Gelato, a type of Sicilian dense “ice cream,” inspired by Arab (sherbet) which was introduced to Italy in 1559 along with a technique that used ice and salts in the freezing process, was originally probably just a simple treat of fruit juice ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Kitchen History (2004)

by Mary Ellen Snodgrass

From the Sicilian fondness for sweet chilled desserts came a progression of treats—gelato (icedconfection), gramolata (granular ice), spongata(frozen cream) , spumoni(ice cream layered withfruit and nuts),and zabaglione ghiacciato ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Exquisite (2010)

An Anecdotal History of Elegant Delights by Jessica Kerwin Jenkins

In the family icecave belowthe Boboli Palacein Florence, Buontalenti,who's often credited with inventing gelato, whippedupa boozy ...

Google previewFlip Dictionary (2002)

by Barbara Kipfer

sugar, wine: sabayon, zabaglione layered ice cream: spumoni eatery: trattoria low-fat ice cream: gelati, gelato Italian food: antipasto, frittata, gelato, gnocchi, lasagna, lin- man: signor guine, manicotti, minestrone, pasta, pizza, ravioli, salami, ...

Google previewThe Diet Dictionary (2014)

The Top 50 Diets explained by Michael Wenkart

Lactose-free products, such as lactose-free ice cream and yogurt • Gelato • Rice milk • Sorbet Vegetables • Bell peppers • Bok choy • Carrots • Celery • Eggplant • Green beans • Lettuce • Parsnip • Scallions (green parts only) • Sweet potato ...

Google previewNew Oxford Rhyming Dictionary (2012)

bateau, chateau, gateau, gelato, mulatto, plateau . de facto, ipso facto . alto . canto, Esperanto, manteau, panto, portmanteau . antipasto, impasto - . agitato, Ambato, castrato, esparto, inamorato, ...

Google previewFood Cultures of the World Encyclopedia (2011)

by Ken Albala

Italians enjoy both mass-produced brands of ice cream, available in groceries, supermarkets, and bars, and artisanal gelato, sold in shops (gelaterie) that are often open year-round. A simple frozen dessert is granita, grated ice flavored with ...

Google previewA Malayalam and English Dictionary (1872)

by Hermann Gundert

Gelato» ed, ...

Google previewCultural Encyclopedia of the Breast (2014)

by Merril D. Smith

The recipes described were for breast milk–based gelato, butter, cheese, and yogurt; cupcakes, breads, and cakes; breast milk and mushroom risotto; breast milk lasagna; and breast ...

Google previewThe Food Snob's Dictionary (2009)

An Essential Lexicon of Gastronomical Knowledge by David Kamp, Marion Rosenfeld

rhubarb-vanilla gelato with raspberry coulis), restive chefs are now making coulis out of everything they can think of, from uni (sea urchins) to CEPES. Country ham. Salty staple of southern ...

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Scrabble value of G2E1L1A1T1O1

The value of this 6-letter word is 7 points. It is included in the second edition of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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