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January 27, 2010


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I think your gelato al biscotto are beautiful indeed! This was a hard challenge and I salute you for sticking with the gluten-free baking ingredients. They can be a lot harder to handle and manipulate into pans and molds than their gluteny counterparts.


Wonderful job on my challenge! I'm so glad you stuck to gluten-free, and the final version is so creative =D.


Yes, wonderful job! Your cookies look terrific and I'm sure they tasted terrific, too.

I look forward to reading about your injera endeavors. I love injera but have never made it before.




Believe me ... I'd happily eat them! Glad you finally tryed the graham cookies!


This is a beautiful post Simona. Even though I can only vouch for the deliciousness of the graham crackers, I'm well versed in the tastes of your ice creams and know that the whole thing would be superb!


The flavours sound wonderful - what a very creative take on the project! I am really looking forward to the gelato recipe - coffee is one of my favourite icecream flavours.

Simona Carini

Hi Rachel and thanks. I had to exercise a bit of patience when I rolled the dough, but the result was totally worth the extra effort. I will definitely make them again.

Thanks, Lauren for a really nice challenge.

Ciao Paz. Injera is definitely in the pipeline. And the cookies were a success.

Ciao Ivone. My second batch is almost gone, so I will soon bake more.

Ciao Christine: we can certainly put gelato al biscotto on the menu for our next dinner.

Ciao Foodycat. The wafers have a very nice flavor and I suspect they will become a permanent presence in our house. Stay tuned for the coffee ice cream post.


Graham crackers are on my list to do as well. Great idea to make a gelato as the second layer. We used to make icecream sandwiches years ago.

Simona Carini

Ciao Ivy. I hope you try to make them one day: they are really good. And maybe you'll make ice cream sandwiches again with them.


It is so hard to find delicious gluten-free foods like these! Thanks for the recipe!


Gluten-free food at its finest.

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