Dolcezza Gelato is joining forces with NPR for a D.C.-based collaboration gelato flavor, All Things Cone-sidered. It is an  "everything-but-the-kitchen-sink" flavor featuring a hazelnut gelato base with gianduja (chocolate-hazelnut) crunch praline, and chocolate chili-candied hazelnuts folded throughout. It will be available locally at Dolcezza's DMV-area shops and select DC markets including Eight Foxtrot locations, as well as on Goldbelly for nationwide shipping.

 All Things Cone-sidered tips its hat to NPR's flagship radio show, the 200-plus Member stations that NPR serves, and the rich variety of often surprising and unexpected stories they tell.

"NPR is all about high quality public service journalism and cultural expression and we couldn't think of a better partner than the talented and creative Dolcezza Gelato team to hand craft a special new flavor for NPR fans and supporters," said Michael Smith, Chief Marketing Officer, for NPR.

Longtime NPR listeners, Violeta Edelman and Robb Duncan, channeled their love for All Things Considered and support for public broadcast into their preferred medium: gelato. Having teamed up with D.C. cult-favorite food brands for past collaborations, All Things Cone-sidered represents their first frontier in the world of news media.

NPR is an organization fueled and funded by the generosity of NPR Member organizations and, powerfully, from individual and group donations.

Each pint will be available for $10 while scoops are $7.10 for a small and $8.10 for a large at the Dolcezza Gelato shops. Goldbelly will have 4 pints available for $84.95. All Things Cone-sidered will be around until November or while supplies last.