Way back in February when this blog celebrated its first birthday, several readers joined in the celebration with me and made a wish. It was a wish for gelato. Not the kind you eat, but the kind you wear. Although I am apparently highly skilled at finishing the kind you eat, I was less successful at finishing the kind you wear. So for those readers, that wish took a long time to come true. A very long time. A very, very long time. So long, in fact, that this blog is now almost a half-year older. But eventually, it did come true, and thanks to a temperamental machine that likes to call itself Singer (but should really consider changing its name to Suckier), I have completed those Gelatobaby Patches for my faithful gelat0-lovers. A taste:
Chocolate hazelnut and milk chocolate.
Peach and cherry (made for eating on long bike rides).
Salted caramel and dark chocolate.
Triple scoop of vanilla, rosewater and tangerine.
If you’re interested in purchasing the kind of gelato you can wear, drop me a line and place your order. It will probably not take me four months to make them this time. You may even get them before Christmas.