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This Italian grocer wants to highlight local gelato artisans this summer

This Italian grocer wants to highlight local gelato artisans this summer

This Italian grocer wants to highlight local gelato artisans this summer

Beloved for pasta, pizza, Italian cheeses, condiments, sweets and more, Eataly is a go-to for anyone craving a taste of the Boot. This summer, Eataly will also be the spot to sate summer’s ever-present need for locally-made, gorgeous, creamy gelato. Created in partnership with some of the city’s top gelato artisans, Eataly’s Summer Scoop Series is poised to offer unique flavours to Toronto’s gelato-hungry hordes.

If you’ve scoured the aisles at Eataly thinking the marketplace held enough inspiration for a lifetime of vibrant gelato flavours, you’re not alone. During its Summer Scoop Series, Eataly will be the place to source a new gelato every month. Each creation will blend an exclusive ingredient from Eataly with the signature style of a local gelateria for a sumptuous new flavour.

Launched June 1, cassata is the first flavour made in collaboration with Kaya Ogruce of Death in Venice Gelato. With a ricotta base, the gelato features Marsala-soaked sponge, Fragola Fabbri preserved strawberries and candied oranges, mimicking the flavours of the traditional cake.

July will see Parry Sohi of Nani's Gelato, known for its Asian- and Indian-inspired recipes, creating a flavour for the Eataly gelato cart. The team from CB Bottega, Cheese Boutique's new café and gelatería, is on tap for August with something sure to lean heavily on seasonal produce and perhaps a little formaggio.

Each gelato flavour, along with Eataly's own high-quality, small-batch offerings, will be available in scoops from the Eataly gelato cart located near the store's Bloor St. entrance.

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Toronto Spot

Local Gelato Artisans

Eataly’s Summer Scoop Series

Eataly Toronto

This Italian grocer wants to highlight local gelato artisans this summer

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This Italian grocer wants to highlight local gelato artisans this summer

Christine Peddie

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Beloved for pasta, pizza, Italian cheeses, condiments, sweets and more, Eataly is a go-to for anyone craving a taste of the Boot. This summer, Eataly will also be the spot to sate summer’s ever-present need for locally-made, gorgeous, creamy gelato. Created in partnership with some of the city’s top gelato artisans, Eataly’s Summer Scoop Series is poised to offer unique flavours to Toronto’s gelato-hungry hordes.

If you’ve scoured the aisles at Eataly thinking the marketplace held enough inspiration for a lifetime of vibrant gelato flavours, you’re not alone. During its Summer Scoop Series, Eataly will be the place to source a new gelato every month. Each creation will blend an exclusive ingredient from Eataly with the signature style of a local gelateria for a sumptuous new flavour.

Launched June 1, cassata is the first flavour made in collaboration with Kaya Ogruce of Death in Venice Gelato. With a ricotta base, the gelato features Marsala-soaked sponge, Fragola Fabbri preserved strawberries and candied oranges, mimicking the flavours of the traditional cake.

July will see Parry Sohi of Nani's Gelato, known for its Asian- and Indian-inspired recipes, creating a flavour for the Eataly gelato cart. The team from CB Bottega, Cheese Boutique's new café and gelatería, is on tap for August with something sure to lean heavily on seasonal produce and perhaps a little formaggio.

Each gelato flavour, along with Eataly's own high-quality, small-batch offerings, will be available in scoops from the Eataly gelato cart located near the store's Bloor St. entrance.

Tags:

Toronto Spot

Local Gelato Artisans

Eataly’s Summer Scoop Series

Eataly Toronto