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Corriere della Sera Romano di Grottarossa, usa solo prodotti naturali al 100 per cento Peccati di gola “ Leo Bulgarini, trapiantato negli Stati Uniti dal 1989: i suoi gelati sono una golosità di Los Angeles IL GELATAIO CHE HA CONQUISTATO HOLLYWOOD Il locale di Leo Bulgarini fra i 99 posti da non perdere a Los...
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VIEW ONLINE Global Village: Wie zwei Einwanderer Amerika retten wollen – mit Vanille, Pistazie und Sinnlichkeit Leo nimmt jetzt eine Mango vom Stapel, er hält sie mit beiden Händen, wie man ein Baby hält, er beugt sich vor, versunken, starrt die Frucht an, als wollte er durch die Schale blicken, dreht sie, schnuppert, wiegt die...
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Early each morning, Leonidas Bulgarini and Elizabeth Foldi buy fresh fruit at the produce markets in downtown Los Angeles. They bring back cases of seasonal bounty, like blueberries, cantaloupe and white peaches, to their gelato shop in Pasadena. On a recent weekday, Bulgarini decided to make blueberry sorbetto (mirtillo). He washed the fruit, inspected each...
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LA Weekly – By Jonathan Gold Wednesday, July 26, 2006 – 12:00 pm When it is 109 degrees in Pasadena, when the live oaks droop and the front range of the San Gabriels burns with a terrible heat, there is no better place to be in the city than the shaded courtyard of the Pacific...
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   The Eternal City. We are back in Rome! First stop – a caffé, for a proper Italian cappuccino. And look at this pizza – with fresh bufala, tomatoes and arugula. Wonderful, even at the airport. We spend a few days here visiting family and pursuing our favorite pastime – eating gelato. Yum! There’s no better way to beat...
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Read Article Tucked away in a lone cement courtyard near the foothills of Altadena, string lights lazily hang in front of Bulgarini Gelato. A few tables, with tiles and carved sunflowers on their surfaces sit in the shade just outside the windows, but upon opening the door, it was an entirely different vibe. Something straight...
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http://www.thedailybeast.com/videos/2015/08/04/traditional-italian-gelato-in-los-angeles.html Within your own backyard lies adventure that will transport you to a place that feels miles from home. So leave your passport behind and start exploring The Nearest Faraway Place. Bulgarini Gelato in the Los Angeles area of Atladena, CA doesn’t look like much from the outside. But one taste of Leo Bulgarini’s famous...
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LA West Media – View Online Everyone is invited to join Pasadena Heritage in celebration at the Colorado Street Bridge Party Saturday, July 16th from 6:00 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. This night of music, dancing, vintage cars, free kids activities, and festive foods and beverages will be held atop one of the most beautiful bridges in the...
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LAist – View Online By Jessica Hamlin Summer is in full swing, conjuring visions of cooling down with a classic: ice cream. But the vegan and dairy-free crowd shouldn’t be left out when it comes to sweet refreshment. We ALL scream for ice cream, after all. Luckily, L.A. has a wealth of vegan frozen treat...
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Los Angeles Times – View Online Finding Leo Bulgarini’s gelato has become, over the last decade or so since the Italian-born former sommelier began making his superlative gelato, a kind of L.A. treasure hunt. In the early days, Bulgarini would peddle his gelato, moving his cart from the Pacific Asia Museum to Caltech to Pasadena’s Laemmle theater. Then he...
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