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ZEPPOLE: St. Joseph’s Day Cream Puffs

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Filled with a smooth and creamy filling and topped with a rich chocolate ganache. 

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On this day, the feast of San Giuseppe, every Italian household makes its version of zeppole, or cream puffs.

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