Definition of tiramisu
: a dessert made with ladyfingers, mascarpone, and espresso
Recent Examples of tiramisu from the Web
Select from an eight- or 12-course tasting menu and finish with Fanetti’s tiramisu with aquavit, a nod to New Nordic.
Plantbar serves made-to-order and cold-pressed, bottled juices; smoothies and smoothie bowls; desserts such as whole pies and raw tiramisu; and juice cleanse and raw food meal plans.
This results in unique, tasty flavors, such as kudzu chocolate stout and tiramisu.
Tasty treats range from berries and milk, made with Carlsbad strawberries and Bavarian cream to tiramisu.
The bakery’s treats range from the berries and milk made with Carlsbad strawberries and Bavarian cream to California’s staple, Tres Leches, to the elegant tiramisu.
Desserts like tiramisu and chocolate lava cake veer toward old-school, but the deconstructed cannoli is a contemporary interpretation that aptly represents the successful direction the Busalacchis are going in with Barbusa.
TrastavereDa EnzoThe creamy burrata and fluffy tiramisu are worth the half-hour wait.
Downtown at Pazzo Ristorante, the bartender offers tips on eating tiramisu: begin with a sip of port, then a bite of the velvety dessert, followed by a sip of espresso.
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Origin and Etymology of tiramisu
Italian tiramisù, from tirami su!, literally, pull me up!
First Known Use: 1982See Words from the same year
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