August 9, 2009 Maria Liberati 2 Comments Waiting for Rome…Cornetto..cappuccino… Posted in Abruzzo, cucina, cucina povere, entertaining, La Dolce Vita, and recipes Like this:Like Loading... Related Previous Post Atlantic City Food & Wine Show Next Post Una Valigia Di Sogni..(A Suitcase Full of Dreams..and Food) Maria Liberati twitter facebook View more posts 2 Comments Lauren Is there a recipe for cornetto in any of your publications? I lived in Rome for a couple semesters in college and have missed those delicious pastries ever since. All of our American croissants are so heavy and buttery. Strangely enough, it seems that even experienced Italian cafe and restaurant owners around here don’t have a recipe. If you don’t have one, do you know where I can find one? You’re right that it’s easy to become addicted to them 🙂 October 11, 2009 Maria Liberati Lauren: thanks so much for your comment, great to hear from someone who has a weakness for cornetti. Most people know what a croissant is but don’t know what a cornetto is. Anyway I will have my assistant take a look in the two books that have been published and the next two coming up, Cornetto are not easy to make- like a muffin or a cake, they are a pastry. But I will let you know. And by the way I have never found an authentic, fresh baked, cornetto in the US. Has anyone ever found a fresh baked cornetto in the US??..please let us know.I will sign this- Desperate for Cornetti in the US.. Maria October 11, 2009 Comments are closed.