My friend Don told me this was the best bakery in the North End; he has always given me good advice, so of course I checked it out. The Patient Spouse ordered up come cannoli while I pointed the camera in various directions. The cannoli (which we ate in a light rain beside a basketball court just up the street) were delicious and I came away with a photo of this disembodied hand. It was a win!
Also, the cannoli reminded us of the time we lived in New Orleans during the World’s Fair (remember those?). We would end every one of our visits to the fair (we had passes and went often) by getting cannoli at an Italian bakery and then watching the nightly fireworks display while we devoured our treats.
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