Tiramisu and Limoncello….

Need I say more? Hope the pictures are worth a thousand words…….

Tiramisu - Trattoria Roberto's - Florence, IT

AFTER the Tiramisu....

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6 Responses to Tiramisu and Limoncello….

  1. Reblogged this on Come Follow Me to Italy and commented:
    For those of you who love dessert as much as we do – especially homemade in Italy – here’s to you!

    Hope you enjoy this post from Our Kitchen Inventions blog. Salute!


  2. Nope, no need to say any more because I’m drooling all over the keyboard!


  3. The photographs make me love and crave Tiramisu even more than I already do. However, I am not sure if that is even possible as my love and enjoyment of Tiramisu is limitless and unlimited 🙂 haha My Mother taught me how to make the most delicious, homemade and I guess you can say traditional Italian Tiramisu. One of the many joys of Tiramisu is-it is quite easy to make and of course-very easy to eat. The Limoncello is a great beverage/drink-I have tried it many times.
    -I recommend putting the bottle of Limoncello in the freezer-it gets nice, cold and refreshing-it does not freeze as it is alcohol-it is so delicious after putting it in the freezer-try it. 🙂


    • You are so right – Especially the part about the freezer! The colder the better for limoncello…Wade makes homemade limoncello, and it’s just not the same…can’t get those great Italian lemons.

      How about sharing that homemade tiramisu recipe with us??!!I hate to only be able to eat it in Italy 🙂

      Thanks for your comments.

      Susan and Wade


  4. Les says:

    Y U M ! The pics are great! Excellent composure on a wonderful dessert.


    • Hi, Les! The dessert is actually made at the restaurant by the owner’s son. It tastes just as spectacular as it looks! Thanks for the nice comments on the photos – you know that Wade is always snapping away in hopes of capturing a special moment. This one made the cut 🙂

      Susan and Wade


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