Spaghetti Gelato and Picasso Gelato

There are lots of different ways of serving gelato. In Italy where it originated, it is usually served simply in a cone or a paper cup and topped with a wafer biscuit. The same goes for other places serving the cold treat, although in some areas like Germany; they have found many ways to make the famous dessert or snack even more famous by making it pleasing not only to the tastebuds but also to the eyes. In Germany, spaghetti gelato is well-known, where the gelato is put through a potato ricer and out comes the cold spaghetti look-alike. Below is a snapshot of gelato spaghetti on Venezia gelateria's menu. I mentioned the said gelateria on my post about the difference between gelato and regular ice cream.

Spaghetti gelato topped with strawberry sauce and grated white chocolate.

And here is a glimpse of the Picasso Gelato I had last weekend:
A literally artistic way of serving gelato.


Happy Tasty Tuesday!

16 comments:

  1. My mouth is waiting.................................

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    1. Yes, the treats are calling my name, too Bob.

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  2. Já fui apreciador de gelados,mas agora gosto de os ver bem longe de mim. Apesar de ser frio tem muitas calorias e na minha idade tenho de me cuidar.

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  3. OMG, looks so delicious lea, and i can have some of those, it's going to make my day:).

    oxo http://www.attraction2fashion.com

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    1. Yes they're really good, Tanya!

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  4. YUM! I am starving and this did not help ,ahha!
    www.amemoryofus.blogspot.com

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  5. I am not a big fan of Spaghettieis, you can get it in almost every Eisdiele here. :/
    But that Picasso Gelato is genius. Gorgeous execution!!! :D

    Follow the Royal Peach

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    1. I agree, it's really creative!

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  6. As painter a Picasso Gelato is perfect for me!!! Thanks to share, dear Lea!

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    1. Yes, it's perfect for you, Rita :)

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  7. Hello Leo,
    This looks great and so delicious. It's very beautifully made.
    Bon appetit !!

    Best regards,
    Marco

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    1. Pleasing to both the eyes and mouth, Marco :)

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