Local Bakers Make 7-foot, 123-Pound Cannoli
NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 10: Cannolis sit on a tray during the eighth annual Little Italy Cannoli Eating Competition on September 10, 2009 in New York City. The competition is coinciding with the 82nd annual Feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy. "Crazy Legs" Conti won the contest by devouring 20.5 cannolis in six minutes. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Updated at 9:16 AM EDT on Sunday, Aug 29, 2010
Two bakers north of New York City are trying to establish a new world record with a 7-foot-long cannoli.
Giulio Pistolesi and Scott Wilkinson fried the shell for the 123-pound pastry Friday in a parking lot outside the Cake Bin bakery in the town of Newburgh.
Wilkinson says Guinness World Records didn't have a previous record for biggest cannoli, but told the pair they would consider an entry if it came it at over 110 pounds.
The organization hasn't yet decided whether to include the entry in their records list.
Pastry lovers were invited to taste the cannoli at a fair in New Windsor on Saturday.
Published at 2:48 PM EDT on Aug 28, 2010
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