The Ciao Bella Book of Gelato and Sorbetto: Bold, Fresh Flavors to Make at Home Hardcover – May 11 2010
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"Pearce and Zecchin are masters of the sophisticated, mysterious, white-hot world of New York gelato. All the secrets to their kingdom are collected in this lively, colorful, informative book."-Adam Platt, Restaurant Critic, New York magazine
“There may be nothing better in the world of frozen comestibles than the original Ciao Bella vanilla gelato. It was great when they started more than 20 years ago and it is great now; just take a peek in my freezer at home....And now, I'll be able to make my own. Yum!”-Mario Batali, chef and author
“As a long-time fan of Ciao Bella gelato and sorbetto, I’m thrilled at the arrival of this beautifully designed and informative book. Once you’ve perused its pages, I’m confident the chilly delights it offers will find a warm welcome in your kitchen.”
-Michael Romano, Senior Partner and Culinary Director, Union Square Hospitality Group
About the Author
F. W. PEARCE is one of the founders and DANILO ZECCHIN is the executive chef and master flavor creator of Ciao Bella. Fondly called “America’s gelato,” Ciao Bella began in New York’s Little Italy in 1983. Ciao Bella was prominently featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show when she chose Blood Orange Sorbetto for her holiday special, and the company has received fifteen awards from the National Association for the Specialty Food Trade. Ciao Bella has appeared in hundreds of media outlets.
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Top Customer Reviews
Can't wait to try the others once I get the hang of the basics down.
I use the Tovolo ice cream container sold here on Amazon.ca to store and the ice cream fit perfectly.
I already have Ben and Jerry's book which I like but find the recipes to be very "heavy cream" heavy. Ciao Bella is a great alternative.
Thanks to all reviewers who helped me make my decision to go with this book.
Most recent customer reviews
We have made a few of the sorbet & gelato recipes, they are great. Some are more complex than others but tasty!Published 22 days ago by M. Westgarth
Good. But I we prefer raw, wholesome and rich. If desert tastes so good it may as well be healthy:)Published 28 days ago by mefromhere
Delicious recipes and great variety. Great resource for making quality gelato.Published 5 months ago by Howard Wightman