Tiramisú—Origins and Variations

The Italian dessert par excellence Tiramisú (which means literally “Pick me up!”) was first created in Treviso. It all started with the “sbatudin“, a poor and energetic sweet made from egg yolk mounted with sugar, intended above all for children, the elderly, and convalescents. And I can testify to that, having grown up in that […]

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One last word on Gelato before Fall

Let’s be clear; Gelato and Ice Cream are not the same thing. Gelato is creamy, cold, velvety, and comes in a multitude of flavors. But what is that makes the difference? Gelato contains more milk than cream, hence it freezes at a lower temperature and tasts cooler, lighter, and more refreshing. It contains less air […]

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Treviso, way off the beaten path….

Ca ‘dei Carraresi is a medieval building located in the historical center of Treviso, between the river and Cagnan via Palestro, where important exhibitions and conferences.

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