we didn’t forget French BLT sandwiches and our promise for a good recipe, so we organised a dessert preparation to show you how to make our typical Italian “tiramisù”: its name could be translated into “cheer me up!” for its good effects on people who eat it ;)!
Pupils enjoyed it as their snack during break time 🙂
It doesn’t need any cooking, just a fridge where to keep it for some two or three hours before serving it. The basic recipe can vary according to taste, some people use “malt coffee” instead of real strong coffee, or add some sweet liqueur. You can also use ricotta cheese instead of mascarpone cheese – can you buy them in your countries?
We hope you can taste our fabulous dessert 🙂 !!!