Cannoli on the Web

Upstate NY Style Cannoli

I was so excited to get up this morning and find this article that was featured here in (click here> Urbanite magazine.

Trix is a writer for this magazine and I was so honored when she asked me if you could do an article about our cannoli!  Thank you so much Trix, please go over and check out her blog and be prepared to visit a long time! She has fabulous recipes, photo's and is so creative! Trix can be found here @TastyTrix .... thanks for reading!

30 comments:

  1. una ricetta davvero deliziosa!! Io adoro i cannoli. Bravissima claudia

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  2. How fun! Congrats! I am not surprised, your food runs the full gamut of everyday comfort to specialty items for celebrations. Have a great day Claudia.

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  3. Super cool!! Nice feature - no surprise - another delicious and beautiful treat.

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  4. Aw, you are a sweetie pie!
    xoxo

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  5. Congrats Claudia! Of course Trix would invite you - your recipes are fantastic!!

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  6. Awesome! Your recipes are always a celebration. Well done.

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  7. Looks gorgeous!
    Thanks for visiting! Have a nice spring!

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  8. Congratulations! I'm going over to Trix's site now :)

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  9. congrats , going visit Trix's site.

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  10. Big Congrats! I love homemade cannoli! I went to visit the blog and now I am a follower. Blessings, Catherine

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  11. Congratulations, Claudia!!!! You're exactly who I'd pick to write an article about a wonderful Italian treat!

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  12. Yummerz, Claudia! You guys eat so well. I don't know if I can even imagine the taste of a homemade cannoli made by an Italian mother:-) I'm sure I've never had one.
    So nice that your son wanted to learn. Yes!

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  13. Oh how fun, Claudia! This is almost my recipe (don't use tapioca). And it is grand to see you recognized. The photos invite and invite and invite!

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  14. Before the metal molds came out, we used the dowels from window shades. Great job, Claudia. How wonderful that your son is preserving the recipes for posterity.

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  15. Congrats on the feature. Who better to write about than you my friend!

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  16. Congrats Claudia! How very exciting!! Your cannoli are gorgeous... thanks for linking up your success story and GORGEOUS food pic :)

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  17. Well done sweetie! have a great weekend.

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  18. I have never, ever made cannoli, Claudia. Yours look perfect. I can't wait to try this recipe to introduce me to this classic Italian treat!

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  19. this looks delicious how special this desset could be

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  20. How exciting congratulations, Claudia! I just checked out the article that it just wonderful!
    The cannolis look fantastic. I bookmarked the recipe!

    Have a beuatiful weekend!

    xx,
    Tammy

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  21. Hi hopped over from Erin's Friday potluck - Congratulations!!
    I have had canolis in Italy, thanks to the Everybody Loves Raymond show where Marie's Canolis are often topic of conversation!Just finished dinner and have some room for dessert - I'll bet they are a dash sight better than Marie's best ;))

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  22. Congrats Claudia! That's awesome!

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  23. Congratulations, Claudia! The picture looks awesome as well. I believe you can do more than that.
    Best wishes, Kristy

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  24. I'm still buying the shells and filling them myself with all kinds of goodies.
    It is lots of work to make them...but I can imagine the satisfaction.

    Congrats on your article Claudia, you deserve to be recognized for the wonderful food that you prepare.

    Ciao for now,
    Claudia

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  25. Thanks for this post about cannoli. Congratulations on your big news.

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  26. Congratulations! I will stop over and check it out :)

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