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The historic Gelateria Arnoldo in Trieste turns 100 - News

2024-03-02T18:35:05.802Z

Highlights: The historic Gelateria Arnoldo in Trieste turns 100. For the first century of activity, always managed by the Arnoldo family, originally from Cadore. The ice cream shop organized a party with five master ice cream makers from outside Trieste. The owner, Omar Arnoldo, explained, it is an initiative "never before carried out" in the city. The mayor Roberto Dipiazza went to present a commemorative plaque to the owners, bringing greetings from the city and praising the family business.


The historic Gelateria Arnoldo turns one hundred years old and the mayor Roberto Dipiazza went to deliver a commemorative plaque to the owners, bringing greetings from the city and praising the family business. (HANDLE)


The historic Gelateria Arnoldo turns one hundred years old and the mayor Roberto Dipiazza went to present a commemorative plaque to the owners, bringing greetings from the city and praising the family business.

For the first century of activity, always managed by the Arnoldo family, originally from Cadore, the ice cream shop organized a party with five master ice cream makers from outside Trieste.


   As the owner, Omar Arnoldo, explained, it is an initiative "never before carried out in Trieste with these methods": those who will break the ice, those who will prepare the ice cream using ancient methods, with a historic machine from 1890, and those who will still create, live , the pods to fill the cones.


    The Arnoldo story begins with Olivo who, at the end of the 19th century in Vienna, sold cooked pears on a cart, which he waterproofed to store the ice cream.

When he had to flee at the beginning of the war, he fled to Trieste, taking an ice cream machine with him.

It was 1919, and he began producing ice cream here too, opening the current ice cream shop in 1924, in viale Miramare.


    From the cold Cadore many emigrated to Trieste, Austria and Germany, almost all of whom produced ice cream.

This activity is shrouded in legend: it is said that a Sicilian heading north was stuck in the snow in Cadore.


   Helped and fed by the residents until spring, he in return taught them how to make ice cream, a typical delicacy of warm places.


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