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slides: Best Places For Zeppole in Rhode Island

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

 

Every Rhode Islander knows that it is tradition to celebrate St. Joseph’s Day by indulging in some zeppole. As a native of New York, the zeppole I have been accustomed to are just a ball of fried dough. However, Rhode Islanders know how to turn this simple Italian dessert into a truly savory treat! We’ve compiled a list of the best bakeries in Rhode Island to get your St. Joseph’s Day fix. From custard or fruit fillings to Bailey’s Irish cream, the variety of zeppole sold will definitely satisfy all lovers of Italian cuisine. Which zeppole will be your favorite?
 

 

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