Welcome To Stuffed Cannoli

STUFFED aims to offer an assortment of affordable, approachable, and crave-able snacks for a widespread and diverse audience.

Inside the Cannoli

About Our Event

Mad Sq Eats, one of the most popular food events in New York City, is back next to Madison Square Park this spring, with dozens of stands featuring some of the neighborhood’s (and city’s) best food.

Mad Sq Eats Spring 2013 will run from May 3 through May 31. It’s hosted by the Madison Square Park Conservancy and serves food daily in the Worth Square area just west of Madison Square Park (@ 24th and 5th Avenue).

Our History

Many food staples have been invented by accident—Coca Cola, popsicles, even chocolate chip cookies—so perhaps it’s not all that surprising to hear that Stuffed Artisan Cannolis, the Lower East Side bakery featuring funkified cannoli flavors, started out the same way.

just as much part of the team’s vision is incorporating different cultures into their own Italian heritage. Not only do they take inspiration from Americana classics like apple pie and peanut butter cups, but they also turn to multi-cultural flavor profiles in order to broaden the horizons of Italy’s most popular dessert. The Liquor Infused Line is perfect for men who think grab-and-go desserts are dainty. @ STUFFED there is something for just about everyone its love @ first bite!


 

Our Flavors

Stuffed Artisan Cannolis has prioritized the best ingredients possible: as with the original pumpkin pie, each cannoli would be filled with the same things that you’d bake into a homemade, from-scratch dessert.

The ricotta impastata credited for making the cannolis so special is purchased locally from an artisanal cheese purveyor. Dulce de leche is ordered from the best sources in Argentina for a Latin-inflected treat, and Nutella is imported and used generously for its namesake flavor (stuffed into a chocolate shell and topped with crushed hazelnuts) despite its hefty pricetag. 

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World Cuisine: Best Food Cultures

We work hard every day and strive to pay all our bills. But, at the end of the day if we have a meal that pleases our tummy and heart there is nothing more satisfying than that. It is always an adventure to try out new food items and relish its taste.  Each culture has a variety of food that is popular in their locality. With the advancement of technology, it is easy for us to learn about other cultures and their food patterns. It is incredible how each part of the world has different kinds of food. The materials used may be the same, but the cooking methods are entirely different.

The following are some of the most popular cuisines in the world:

Chinese:

A large number of food lovers love Chinese food, and it is one cuisine which you can find in almost every part of the world. I am sure all of us would have had noodles, fried rice, and Manchurian.  Everywhere you go, you can find Chinese food. Some of the staple foods of China are noodles, rice, sauces, vegetables, and seasonings. You also have regional cuisines like the Hunan, Szechuan, Anhui, Jiangsu, etc.

Italian:

When we hear the word Italian cuisine, we think of pizza and pasta. These two dishes are trending in the world. No one can resist the cheese when it melts in their mouth while eating a pizza. The Italian cuisine is also one of the oldest cuisines in the world and cheese, tomatoes and wine play a significant role in their diet.

Indian:

Indian Cuisine is yet another traditional cuisine that is characterized by various culture and religion. The food contains spices, herbs, vegetables, etc. The staple food in India is rice, wheat, and millet. The Northern part of India uses mustard and peanut oil to prepare the food while the southern part of India uses coconut and sesame oil for cooking. India is also famous for a lot of sweets which are made from cashews, milk, peanuts, ghee, etc.

Japanese:

Japanese are very keen is doing the best they can. Sushi is famous all over the world, and they include a lot of seafood in their diet. Their food is influenced a lot by its culture. Japanese have something called sake which is a rice wine and tastes more like vodka, and it is served hot.

Lebanese:

The Lebanese food consists of whole grain, vegetables, starches, fruits, fish, poultry, etc. Garlic and olive oil are used in a large quantity in Lebanese cuisine. The food is seasoned with lemon juice, and some of the famous Lebanese food is Douma and hammana.

Mexican:

When we hear Mexican food, we think about tacos and tortillas. Some of the local ingredients of the food are tomato, cocoa, squashes, etc. Spanish cuisine influences Mexican food; chicken and pork were introduced in Mexico by the Spanish explorers.

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About Mad. Sq. Eats.

The Madison Square eats are bi-annual food markets in the heart of New York’s Flatiron district; this event is highly anticipated by the New Yorkers as it has some of the best foods in the world. Some of the best restaurants and vendors come together and in the Madison Square Park and provide you with different cuisines that make your mouth water. There are two Market dates for the Madison Square Eats, the first one is the Spring Market where the people of New York come out to enjoy the warm weather and the second marker is the fall market. The fall market happens during September, and the Spring Market occurs during June.

If you happen to be in Madison Square during June and September, then you must not miss out the diverse flavors of food that is sold in the Flatiron District. The stalls make the Madison Square Park more beautiful and desirable. The shops are open every day from 11 am to 9 pm, till the season ends. It can get so hard for you to choose which food item you want to eat as there are so many food stalls in the park.

The following are some of my favorite food items that are sold at the Madison Square Eats:

  • Jars by Dani.
  • Hill Country Barbecue.
  • Palenque.
  • Red Hook Lobster Pound.
  • Roberta’s Margherita Pizza.
  • Melt ice cream sandwich.

Jars by Dani:

These are one of the best jars you will ever hold in your hand; it is a delicious dessert jar that looks gorgeous and tastes extremely good at the same time. You have lots of flavors like white chocolate, Gluten Free Fudge Brownie, Cookie Dough, lovely lemon bar, cake batter, etc.

Hill Country Barbecue:

Who wouldn’t love a spicy meat in the springtime festival? The barbeque is covered with spices and sauces, and it tastes brilliant. The Hill Country Barbecue is perfect to satisfy your hunger in no time.

Palenque:

If you are looking for some Colombian food in New York, then Palenque is the thing you need to eat in the Madison Square Eats. It is white cornmeal based bread, and it is topped with fresh seasoned chicken, beef, red beans, tomato, and sauce.

Red Hook Lobster Pound:

The Red Hook Lobster Pound is soft bread which has fresh lobster with a creamy dressing. You can also choose the kind of bread you want. Many north-easterners would be familiar with the lobster rolls, but if you aren’t one, then take a bite of the Red Hook Lobster Pound, and you will understand the brilliance of its taste.

Roberta’s Margherita Pizza:

Who would not love a pizza on a warm summer evening? The Roberta’s Margherita Pizza is a classic and the sauce they use on the pizza just melts your heart.

Melt ice cream sandwich:

The Melt ice cream sandwiches are homemade, and they taste delicious. It is one of the best ways to wrap up your day in the Madison Square Eats.

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