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Cannoli are the most famous Sicilian pastry desserts. The name comes from the Latin "canna", or reed, because they are very thin tube-shaped shells of fried pastry dough filled with sweetened ricotta (made with sheep’s milk). Cannoli originated in Palermo, Sicily, and Cicero in 70 a.C., while he was working (more)

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