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sfogliadelle and other Italian pastry specialties

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sfogliadelle and other Italian pastry specialties

Bride of the Juggler | Jul 11, 2002 09:10 AM

This is in response to Gabriel Solis' posting about sfogliadelle at Anthony's Coffee House in the South St. discussion.

If sfogliadelle are the pastries that are baked ricotta inside thin layers of pasta, that look sort of like clam shells, I've had very good ones at Isgro's.

Can anyone suggest other Italian pastry specialties I should try at Isgro's, Termini's, or other such places? They have such a huge selection at Isgro's that I'm sure I'm missing 'the good stuff.'

Thank you.

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