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Need a little pick me up? Try this recipe

5:08 PM, May 17, 2013
Tiramisu, which translated, means 'pick me up,' is an Italian dessert. This parfait recipe is a healthier alternative to the original.
Tiramisu, which translated, means 'pick me up,' is an Italian dessert. This parfait recipe is a healthier alternative to the original.
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Picture this. You are watching the Food Network, and you see a fantastic looking tiramisu recipe. You didn't have a chance to write down the recipe, but you think to yourself, "No problem, I'll just pull out that old Italian cookbook I found at that rummage sale a few years ago." But you can't find a recipe! It's true?while tiramisu seems like an Italian food staple, it really first gained popularity in the early 1980s.

Tiramisu, which translated, means "pick me up," is an Italian dessert. The "pick me up" refers to the caffeine in the coffee and cocoa used in the recipe. It is typically made of ...

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