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Ciao Bella Sorbet Makes Oprah's Favorite Things List

Oprah Says Ciao!

Yesterday Oprah announced her yearly Favorite Things list. It's chock full of great gift items — um hello, I want that crazy fridge! — but there's one thing that you can run out and get yourself: Ciao Bella Blood Orange Sorbetto.

"I love it because the flavor is just so refreshing," said Oprah, and well, I couldn't agree with her more. The ingredients are all natural and the blood orange juice is shipped straight from Sicily. It's also amazingly flavorful and completely cleanses your palate. I've seen it at a few of my local grocery stores, but you can also order it online (4 pints for $32.95).

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aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Mmmmm. :)
eastcoastgirl eastcoastgirl 8 years
Thanks for the great info! This looks good!!
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
*Sorbet - does not contains dairy; always very light in flavor *Sherbet - almost always has a fruit component, but also must contain dairy to produce a dessert that is lighter than ice cream, but richer than sorbet *Frozen yogurt - contains dairy that has been cultured (though most do not contain active cultures), and is churned to resemble soft ice cream, with a smooth, rich texture. *Ice milk - just like an ice cream, but made with milk rather than cream; a little used term for strict constructionists of the word "ice cream," since most home chefs would say ice cream anyway *Ice cream - must have at least 10% milkfat (or 8% if there is a mix-in) by volume (if sold commercially); may or may not contain eggs *Frozen custard (also called French ice cream) - ice cream that is made with at least 1.4% egg yolks, giving it a richer texture than ordinary ice cream. *Gelato - ice cream with a mixture of milk and sometimes cream in the base, often including eggs. It is churned less than regular ice cream and has less air in the final product, which gives it a dense texture.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Yes I'll take the fridge too.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
It's very different.
michichan michichan 8 years
Wha makes a sobet different from an ice cream or sherbert?
demeter demeter 8 years
OMG YUM!!!!
clarise49 clarise49 8 years
It's very refreshing.
emma- emma- 8 years
How great this ice cream sounds! Sorbet, that is.
michichan michichan 8 years
Hah, agreed. I like the TV fridges too.
mamaseacat mamaseacat 8 years
Forget the sorbetto. Gimme the fridge!!
tkoblondee tkoblondee 8 years
Wow, I want that fridge too!
elle-j elle-j 8 years
oh...and if anyone of you are ever in NYC, there is a great ciao bello shop in Grand Central!
elle-j elle-j 8 years
I have tasted it many times, it is delicious and refreshing. Almost as good as fresh blood orange juice itself!
tabloidprincess tabloidprincess 8 years
anyone taste it yet?
WildHeavenFarm WildHeavenFarm 8 years
What's the difference between a sorbetto and a sorbet?
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Looks yum!
terryt18 terryt18 8 years
Molto saporito ma troppo costoso!
iamangiepooh iamangiepooh 8 years
yumm that looks really good.
michichan michichan 8 years
Blood orange? Intrguing.
ashopaholic ashopaholic 8 years
this was the only thing out of oprahs fav things that i would buy! not because oprah likes it but because it looks so damn good
karisaamy karisaamy 8 years
that looks so good - LVBelleAme's suggestion of the blackberry sounds wonderful, I love blackberry
Seraphim Seraphim 8 years
MMMMMmmm looks delicious :)
LVBelleAme LVBelleAme 8 years
They have tons of other flavors as well. I like the Blackberry Cabernet. Next I want to try the Green Tea/White Chocolate one. I found mine at Whole Foods.
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