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Definition of the noun Gelato
What does Gelato mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: gelatos
- 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.
Gelato is the Italian word for ice cream, derived from the Latin word "gelātus". In American English this word commonly refers to varieties of ice cream made in a traditional Italian style. Gelato is made with milk, cream, various sugars, and flavoring such as fresh fruit and nut purees. It is generally lower in calories, fat and sugar than ice cream.
- also known as Italienisches Speiseeis, Olasz fagylalt, Παγωτό, เจลาโต้, Lody włoskie
"GELATO" is a musical EP of GELATO.
- released on
GELATO is a musical group.
- album: "GELATO"
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 .
- developer: NVIDIA
- license: Freeware, Proprietary software
- official website: www.nvidia.com/page/gelato.html
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Gelato
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Rick Steves Italy (2014)
by Rick Steves
gelato is a local specialty; the Florentines claim they invented Italian-style ice cream (for some tips on enjoying it here, see page 548). Another popular and simple dessert is cantucci (crunchy almond cookies) dipped in vin ...
by Erdosh George
Gelato is an Italian relation, an especially rich and creamy ice cream. Spumoni is an Italian sherbet blended with a large amount of Italian meringue (cooked beaten egg white sweetened with hot sugar syrup). It is wonderful. Granite (also ...
by Linda Tubby
Gelato is a relatively modern term – the name used before was mantecato, a word derived from the whipping action in the churning process. The gelatomaker is a scientist, knowing how to use the right combination of sugars and other ...
by Lonely Planet, Cristian Bonetto, Paula Hardy
Learning the Lingo Ordering gelato is an essential skill, so give your kids a head start with a fun, engaging morning language session at the Venice Italian School. For kids aged five and up .
by Inc. Fodor's Travel Publications, Fodor's
GELATERIE The gelato is an indispensable part of Floman life. Some view it as an art form, such as ll Gelato di San Crispino ll> 91), just behind the Trevi Fountain, which ...
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 ...
An Encyclopedia of Food and Culture 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 ...
Marie Gelato of the State University of New ...
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 ...
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 ...
Flip 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, ...
by Dale Erwin, Tessa Fedele
gelato; ~ maker, ~ vendor, ~ shop gelataro, gelatiere. idea n. penzata, idea; good ~ bona penzata; to be a good ~ accummení idiot n. babbasone, babbio, mamozio; what a big ~ mallanema ...
The 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 ...
The 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 ...
by Rodney Dale
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A Wiccan Guide to Spellcasting by Lexa Rosean
EF Acknowledgments Patrick Huyghe Lisa Hagan Josh Martino Sarah la Rocca Madeleine Olnek Py Caffe Gelato Dolci The Morgan Group Marianna Herro Enrique Urrutia Vivian Urrutia Christopher Kulukundis Gus Hedrix Emily magicfcr the ...
by Oxford University Press
bateau, chateau, gateau, gelato, mulatto, plateau . de facto, ipso facto . alto . canto, Esperanto, manteau, panto, portmanteau . antipasto, impasto - . agitato, Ambato, castrato, esparto, inamorato, ...
by Friedrich Adolf Ebert
Ar- gelato. Mediol. 1730. fol. Also on large paper.
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David cools off with a gelato.
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Lots of gelato stands everywhere, including la Boqueria.
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Free birthday dessert. Who knew coconut gelato was so good? (The darker stuff is hazelnut.)
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One of the best things in Verona!!!
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Melt, a gelato shop in the Glendale (CA) Galleria.
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- Mio Gelato
gelato and espresso
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- Roman Gelato
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- Gelato Photo Walk
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- Gelato Italiano
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No set of Italy photos is complete without some gelato consumption.
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- Giolitti Gelato
Mela Verde, champagne, and limoncello gelato from Giolitti in Rome, Italy. Very very very decadent.
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- Gelato Meaning
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- FROST GELATO / REAL MEANING OF FRESHNESS
- Eat Pray Love "Language, Gelato, Spaghetti" - In Theaters 8/13
Release Date: 13 August 2010 (United States) Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) is a modern woman on a quest to marvel at and travel the world while rediscovering ...
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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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