Tiramisu Day: some related news

Tiramisu makes practically everyone agree, with its gluttony and creaminess is a vice to which it is difficult to say no. Dessert to be enjoyed at the end of a meal or as a break, at breakfast or snack, all hours seem suitable to enjoy it. One of the most famous Italian preparations in Italy and abroad could not fail to have a dedicated day. On March 21st :Tiramisù Day.

And then something more about Tiramisu:

1.some recipes to make classic tiramisu or a variant with peaches and strawberries or with berries

2. in 2013, Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano ate a portion of Tiramisu directly in space. A dehydrated Tiramisu put in a bag then consumed inside the International Space Station at an altitude of 400 km

3. To support the thesis that Tiramisu was born in Treviso, a few years ago the city wanted to inaugurate a museum entirely dedicated to Tiramisu. At Casa dei Carraresi in 2018 a space was opened that collects everything that revolves around tiramisu: recipes, images, and the tools to prepare one of the most famous and consumed Italian desserts

4. Everyone, in fact, knows tiramisu or at least the word: it is the fifth most internationally known Italian word in reference to gastronomy, the first concerning desserts. According to a research conducted by the Accademia della Crusca, among other things, the term tiramisu is present globally as “gastronomic Italianism” in 23 different languages.

5.every year in October a Tiramisu competition is organized in Treviso and you can participate with your own creation or as a judge. The second for me is the most interesting option.

If the idea does not seem bad to you, take a look at the website www. tiramisuworldcup.com

What do you do in October? See you in Treviso ?