As promised: Tiramisu recipe

Fantastic recipe our chef will love this thank you regards Ian

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(Lo prometido es deuda: La receta de Tiramisú)

Tiramisu is another Italian culinary contribution to Argentinean cuisine. It should not come as a surprise that with the successive waves of Italian immigration during the XX century, Tiramisu has become such an appealing dessert in this country.

In my previous blog: The Son of the Bride and Tiramisu, I briefly discussed  this remarkable Argentinean film, in which we are given the clue that mascarpone cheese is the key component of Tiramisu. As promised, below you will find the delicious coffee flavour recipe of my auntie Celia, in both English and Spanish, for those who would like to practise their Spanish whilst cooking a yummy yummy dessert.

I will insist, as usual, that the more you are exposed to Spanish language in context, the sooner you will achieve fluency of this language.

Recipe – Tiramisu (English)


  • 250 g of Mascarpone
  • 3…

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REVEW: Tokyo’s ramen fans say Michelin star has been long overdue

#AceFoodReport – Dec.03: Could Tsuta, a side-street noodle bar among thousands of others, really have impressed the restaurant bible that much? The Guardian went to investigate …

At ¥1,100 (just over £6), a simple bowl of ramen noodles must rank as the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world. And on a cold, drizzly morning , the restaurant that serves them was surely the most popular restaurant in Tokyo – a city teeming with places to eat.

Tsuta, a tiny ramen shop tucked down a side street in Sugamo, in Tokyo’s northern suburbs, opened for the first time on Thursday since becoming the only ramen shop in the world to be awarded a Michelin star. I arrived 90 minutes before it opened and found myself 18th in line for one of its coveted nine seats.

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