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The International Day of Italian Cuisine: the dish of the year is Tiramisu - January 17th, 2013

January 17th, 2013: Today is the International Day of Italian Cuisine and the dish of the year is Tiramisu.

International Day of Italian Cuisine: Tiramisu at Mama Isa's Cooking Classes in Venice Italy
The International Day of Italian Cuisine, the dish of the year is Tiramisu

Tiramisu = Ti ra mi sù (tee-rah-mee-so͞o, with the accent grave over U. In Italy the people spell tiramisù with an accent on the u, and not tiraMIsu. The translation of Tiramisu is pick me up, to mean an energy booster, due to its reputed aphrodisiac powers and its restorative and nutritious properties!! So Tiramisu is a perfect dessert for Valentine's Day.

Tiramisù is one of the most famous dessert in the world, with an irresistible appeal. It's really hard to resist Tiramisù wink!!!
It's very interesting how to make the REAL and AUTHENTIC Tiramisu.
Tiramisu was born near Venice, in Treviso, in the Veneto region, and the real, authentic and classic recipe includes Mascarpone cheese, Italian Ladyfingers (called in Italy "savoiardi") dipped in Italian Coffee, Sugar, Eggs, Cocoa Powder and absolutely not liqueur (NO Marsala wine, NO Cointreau,.....). Looking for Valentine's Day recipes? Take immediately a cooking class about the art of tiramisu making.

The best way to enjoy Tiramisu and to learn how to make this famous dessert is going where it was born: in Italy! Impress your family and your friends with a special home-made Tiramisu.

So Mama Isa's Cooking Classes is very proud about the Tiramisu and she offers a special hands-on Tiramisu Class about the art of Tiramisu Making. A delicious "souvenir" from Venice: a lesson in making Tiramisu!

Take a look at Mama Isa's Cooking Classes Venice Italy about the real Tiramisu or become Mama Isa's fan