16 responses

  1. Jen
    December 22, 2011

    The Italian Center in Edmonton makes a pretty amazing (and beautiful) Tiramisu.

    • JulieVR
      December 23, 2011

      Oooh.. will have to give that a try!

  2. Avery
    December 22, 2011

    It sounds like I’ve had as many bad tiramisus as you have, but when it’s done well it’s SO good! My favourite was a not-so-traditional one they used to make at 4th St. Rose (remember that?); served in a thin almond cookie cone. Num.

  3. Trinh
    December 22, 2011

    Im actually making this tomorrow! Made my own mascarpone from heavy cream, heated over a double boiler with lemon juice, and then strain with a sieve layered with many layers of damp cheese cloth. Took about 24 hr to firm in the fridge, but it’s a good way to use up heavy cream that was a couple of days from its best before.

    • JulieVR
      December 23, 2011

      What a brilliant idea! Must give that a try sometime!

  4. Heather
    December 22, 2011

    I had a really good vanilla tiramisu in Victoria once. It was amazing.

  5. KathyG
    December 23, 2011

    OK, I’ll show my lack of sophistication: I don’t think I’ve _ever_ eaten a tiramisu that disappointed me. Maybe I’ve just been lucky.

  6. RLW
    December 23, 2011

    I used to make one with Sambuca and raspberries back in the day. Maybe it’s time to trot it out again.

  7. Angie
    December 24, 2011

    Amaretto liquer makes an amazing tiramisu

  8. Erica B.
    December 25, 2011

    Mmmm tiramisu – ok this is going on my (longer by the day)must make list. Merry Christmas!

  9. Rebecca
    December 26, 2011

    Made this for dessert at last night’s Xmas dinner and it was YUMMY! Thanks for the recipe and the inspiration for trying a new dessert.

  10. holly
    December 27, 2011

    This was a hit for Christmas – my guests couldn’t believe I’d never made it before. I think Ali’s new stovetop espresso maker helped, because the espresso was DYNAMITE. But we did have a funny ‘incident’ while making the custard. It seemed to be taking a while, so Ali turned up speed on the mixer. The next part happened in slowmo: The bowl began to spin in the water and the mixture started creeping up the sides of the bowl, until a goodly portion of it spun right out of onto the stovetop, the floor, us…. It was a lesson well-learned! And the tiramisu was a hit anyway.

  11. LindaC
    December 28, 2011

    You have just given me the gift of validation! I made a raspberry tiramisu last year for Christmas dinner (essentially the same as your recipe, but I threw some raspberries on top of the mascarpone mixture, and used brandy instead of marsala, then decorated it with shaved chocolate and more raspberries. It was a hit, so I made it again this year – a great make-ahead, and totally decadent. It may be a new Christmas tradition for our family.

  12. sippitysup
    December 31, 2011

    Of course you could just go ahead and make it “too boozy”. After all it is New Years. Hope it’s happy. GREG

  13. Ashley
    January 2, 2012

    What an excellent use of a tea spoon!! I’m going to have to try that.

  14. olga lopez
    January 3, 2012

    wow what a yummy recipe.
    Regards
    olga.

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