If you have been to Italy, then you probably have tried sitting in an ‘ice cream parlor’ eating Gelato. Yes, this is what I’ve heard from most Americans who have tried eating gelato. Is gelato an Italian term for ice cream? While they both look and taste delicious, they are different. There are few differences between these two yummy treats. The differences between a traditional ice cream and an authentic Italian gelato come down to three major factors: fat, air and serving temperature.Read More »
A sundae is a sweet ice cream dessert consisting of one or more scoops topped with syrup and other toppings. In some cases, a sundae is served with sprinkles, maraschino, whipped cream, cherries and other fruits. The origin of the word “sundae” is vague. However, it is generally accepted that the name and spelling was derived from the English word “Sunday”.Read More »
What is waffle? How many times you’ve eaten this food? Have you ever tried asking what’s really the meaning of this word, where did it come from and when it was discovered? Well, check on this.
Waffle is a leavened dough or batter cooked between two patterned plates to give a characteristic of shape, size and surface impression. Waffles have many variations based on waffle iron types and recipe used. In Belgium alone, there are over a dozen regional varieties to choose from.Read More »
A crepe is a type of very thin pancake. It is made from buckwheat flour or wheat flour (commonly known as crêpes de Froment in France).
Crepe is a French word meaning “curled.” The recipe originated in Brittany, a region in the northwest of France. It is served with a variety of fillings from the simplest sugar sprinkles to the most elaborate galettes.Read More »