I love tiramisu.
No, seriously. I have consumed a whole pan as a single serving. In one evening.
A good, solid, classic tiramisu is always preferred.
I don't like it when it's too fancy. Or when it's tweaked to be more *gourmet* and made expensive.
Also, not opposed to store bought. Some of the best tasting and most affordable tiramisu I ever had was in one of those little plastic takeout containers sold at the corner bodega, when I was living in New York. It was homemade and cut into imperfect squares and tasted like it came from a eat-in home kitchen that had a small table with a hand embroidered tablecloth.
Since finding that kind of tiramisu in L.A. is a bit of a challenge, without it costing the price of a whole cake for a single slice, I've started making THIS.
Sweet Paul has a tiramisu recipe that is ridiculously easy and amazingly classic in flavor. You can also watch the video of the tiramisu process with Sweet Paul himself on his page.
See more recipes and cool craft ideas from Sweet Paul HERE. If you don't get the magazine, you should. It's pretty swell stuff. -angelo