Back in the 1960s, a place called Le Beccherie in Italy invented the popular dessert "Tiramisu". It is claimed to have first created by its owner Roberto Linguanotto who is the owner of Le Beccherie. Traditional tiramisu contains a shortlist of ingredients: finger biscuits, egg yolks, sugar, coffee, mascarpone cheese, cocoa powder and sometimes liquor. The original shape of the cake is round, although the shape of the biscuits allows the use of a rectangular or square pan, spreading the classic image "to tile" (Slab of Baking Material/utensil). It is often assembled in round glasses, which show the various layers, or pyramid. Modern versions can have the addition of whipped cream or whipped egg, or both, combined with mascarpone cream. This makes the dish lighter, thick and foamy. Feranoz is one of those Dessert places who make one of the best Tiramisu in the City (Without Liquor). Light, a creamy and great taste of coffee. The Inside layers were properly set and it makes your day completely satisfied
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