The well known Treasures Of North Carolina with premiere tourist spots in North Carolina featured Nona's Sweets. Here is a exerpt from the write up: "Nona means grandmother in Italian. Who bakes a better treat than grandma? Jo-Ann Morlando used to bake for frinds and family using techniques learned in her grandmother's kitchen. When the demand grew, Jo-Ann and her husband, Nick, opened Nona's Sweets. Jo-Ann continues to pass down family recipes on a daily basis to her daughter, Dominica and daughter-in-law...Nona's is also a fudgery, providing 18 flavors of dudge. For yoour next celebration, try one of their signature cakes, such as the Italian Creama, Raspberry glazed, it's two layers of coconut, pineapple and pecan cake covered in rich cream cheese icing."
Jo-Ann Morlando has been baking for family and friends for years using techniques learned in her grandmotherʼs Italian kitchen. But when the demand grew, Jo-Ann and her husband, Nick opened Nonaʼs Sweets in University City. “The yummy smells greet you at the door!” exclaims a customer. The article is on page 48 in the September 2005 issue.
I can't say enough good things about Dominica and Nona's Sweets! Ive tried thier cakes many times and when my son's first bday came around, I knew exactly where I was getting his cake. Everyone commented on how awesome the cake looked and then when they tried it- WOW! So many compliments. Thank you so much!
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