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  • Poland's ambassador to the Holy See, Hanna Suchocka, has been a regular for years, a dean of sorts of the lay crowd who flock to the Masses and attend the de rigueur cappuccino and cornetti run afterward at a nearby cafe.

    Rome's station churches revive ancient tradition

  • I was addicted to their Italian croissants cornetti, pastries and panino's, especially the mozzarella, tomato and basil on a kind of focaccia bread.

    Mara Gibbs: Everybody Eats Where? In New York, Sant Ambroeus Madison

  • Bake cornetti in oven for 20 minutes, when they are ready let them cool down and then sprinkle with icing sugar or cacao powder. posted by Orchidea @ 10:40:00 PM

    Cornetti friabili allo yogurt di Anna Moroni

  • Orchidea, if I woke up tomorrow by 5, it wouldn't be the sun, but because of dreaming to have these wonderful cornetti!

    Cornetti friabili allo yogurt di Anna Moroni

  • While we're talking about cornetti brioches and croissants, have a glance on my blog: tramezzinimag. blogspot.com

    Il Cornetto Marmellata all'Albicocca

  • Italian breakfast treats like homemade cornetti with marmellata are featured, along with stateside classics like Belgian waffles with rhubarb syrup to fill out the sweet side.

    The Clog

  • He drew superb playing from the Concerto Palatino ensemble of equally exotic cornetti and sackbuts, and from members of the Seattle Baroque Orchestra.

    The Seattle Times

  • MaximoPino serves favorites like cornetti, cheesecake and cannoli.

    Gothamist

  • He would bring the cornetti to the stairs, I would bring the girl and we would make a trade: he took the girl, I stuffed myself with cornetti.

    Italy

  • His job was to bring me 3 or 4 cornetti after I had sex.

    Italy

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