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  • Wine was not the only significant import from the millions of Italians that immigrated to Argentina at the turn of the century, and today our version of gelato ice cream, which we call helado, defines dessert for most Argentines.

    Laura Catena: From Asado (Barbecue) to Helado (Ice Cream): A Foodie Tour of Mendoza

  • When my wife remarks as to the wonderful January weather to locals in San Cristobal they always respond, yes but beware of the "helado" (or gélido) meaning the dangerous black ice that can accumulate on streets and sidewalks there at night.

    Cold in Merida

  • When my wife remarks as to the wonderful January weather to locals in San Cristobal they always respond, yes but beware of the "helado" (or gélido) meaning the dangerous black ice that can accumulate on streets and sidewalks there at night.

    Cold in Merida

  • When my wife remarks as to the wonderful January weather to locals in San Cristobal they always respond, yes but beware of the "helado" (or gélido) meaning the dangerous black ice that can accumulate on streets and sidewalks there at night.

    Cold in Merida

  • When my wife remarks as to the wonderful January weather to locals in San Cristobal they always respond, yes but beware of the "helado" (or gélido) meaning the dangerous black ice that can accumulate on streets and sidewalks there at night.

    Cold in Merida

  • Here in Xalapa there is a difference between "helado" (ice cream) and "nieve" (sherbert).

    helado vs nieve

  • : Here in Xalapa there is a difference between "helado" (ice cream) and "nieve" (sherbert).

    helado vs nieve

  • Sweet Corn Ice Cream In Mexico, it's common for ice cream vendors to take advantage of corn's natural sweetness by making helado de elote, or corn ice cream.

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  • A drop or two of Tequila or Cointreau gives the helado an adult flavor.

    Cactus fruit sorbet

  • Wine was not the only significant import from the millions of Italians that immigrated to Argentina at the turn of the century, and today our version of gelato (ice cream), which we call helado, defines dessert for most Argentines.

    Laura Catena: From Asado (Barbecue) to Helado (Ice Cream): A Foodie Tour of Mendoza

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