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cassata

(kəˈsɑːtə)
n
(Cookery) an ice cream, originating in Italy, usually containing nuts and candied fruit
[from Italian]
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For information, email Jeff Parcell, jpproddj@wowway.com, or Marylynn Cassata, marylynn624@yahoo.com.
Huntington, NY, June 20, 2019 --(PR.com)-- The Cassata Foundation recently presented their Scholarship Grants to several High School Students from the Half Hollow School District Hills West Awards Ceremony.
An Italian cassata (a kind of sponge cake) filled with Irish cream, Dom Perignon and seasonal fruit attached to a chocolate carving of a stilt fisherman was served up with an 80-carat aquamarine gemstone and put on the menu in the Fortress Resort, Sri Lanka, in 2017.
Carl Cassata and Lynn Bellezzo Dragisic (both from the class of 1966) spoke on their shared experiences at Ridgewood, the climate in the community during that decade, and shared anecdotes.
Top off the entire experience in true Sicilian style as well with desserts such as Sicilian Cassata and Cannoli.
The Josephine Foundation presented its Chairman's Honoree Award to Rosario Cassata (second from left).
Stewed to baby-food softness and sitting alongside a mousse-soft cassata, which comes wrapped in a thin layer of chocolate, they're a contrast of temperatures, textures and tastes all in one mouthful.
The referee added seven minutes of stoppage time and Sassuolo equalised in the 95th minute when Francesco Cassata's hopeful free kick evaded everyone in a crowded area and bounced into the goal to stun the Flying Donkeys.
"These data suggest that liquid water may not have been abundant on the Martian surface since a few hundred million years after planetary formation, and therefore Mars may have been a cold and dry planet for the vast majority of its history," paper author Bill Cassata said in a statement from (https://www.llnl.gov/news/meteorites-reveal-story-martian-climate) Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
We went for the homemade cassata ice cream, which had strong flavours, along with the fudge cake, which was not very fresh and a little bit overcooked.
Average weight of Bombay bakery (11.82g) per biscuit of v/s Panna Cassata bakery (11.03g) and diameter of per biscuits of Bombay bakery (5.50cm) v/s Khanzada bakery (5.40cm) of per biscuit recorded relatively similar (P > 0.05), but significantly higher (P > 0.05) from that of Khanzada bakery (10.29g) and Arman bakery (9.28g) in term of weight and Panna Cassata bakery (5.13cm) and Arman bakery (4.53cm) in term of diameter respectively.
Caffetteria Luca (caffetterialuca.com) is the Mecca for everything pistachio: we land on a public holiday and the atmosphere is of barely contained mayhem, musclebound dandies jostling with novice nuns for a taste of their delicacies: elaborate, glistening cakes, cassata, whipped mounds of authentically grey-green gelato.