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Ariola's Bakery

today I visited Ariola's on allen Blvd in Farmingdale LI, Peter was behind the counter. It brought back a lot of memories from past.
We chattered a while. he looks good for 74. The shop had a nice array of pasteries, and naturally we bought some for home.

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How can u go there without bringing home some of there pastries,,they still make the best canoli cream,had one of there canollis this week,and the best friadelle,,wrong spelling...

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Bob, what year did you graduate from OLL?

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Hi Margaret...................did you mean

sfogliatelle? Yes, they were the best.............as

I mentioned in an earlier email, we knew the whole

family very well.............my father's store was

two doors down from them on rockaway avenue.

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Yes Phyllis,that is what I meant,I said it was the wrong spelling..they are the best, nice and crispy,I tried to make them once from a recipe that Ihad,but they did not come good enough to serve to company,but I ate them....I do not remember your fathers store there,,maybe my Mom went elsewhere,sorry...take care

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Yes................sfogliatelle are hard to make, I know first hand...........my friend's father owned Pellegrino's Pastry Shop on enyork avenue..........and
it took a lot of time and effort.............easier to buy at or have ariola's ship them to you.......they have a great web site. For those of you in Howard Beach or on Long Island, Farmingdale is not too far to travel, it's worth the trip..........
Great bringing back memories...............

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Hi, Phyllis, can u please post ariolas website for everyone...thank U.

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Hello...............just enter ariola's bakery on the internet and it will bring it up...............they are in farmingdale, long island and peter ariola is the youngest son...............you'll see a picture of him with his son, peter jr.

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thanks for the info....M

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Margaret..................you are more than welcome, my pleasure.

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PHYLLIS was the store your father had fred the butcher what store did he have

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hello.................

my father had the fruit and vegetable store on rockaway avenue off of fulton street.............

they was a candy store on the corner, then harry's a tv repair shop and then my father's store...........a small coffee shop with donuts and then ariola's............we were good friends.............

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was your father's name morris?

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