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Lisa’s Nana’s Ricotta Cake

This recipe is part of Menu 13 in Lisa’s cookbook “Whatever Happened to Sunday Dinner?”. That menu gathers many of the treasured recipes that Lisa’s maternal grandmother, Catherine Lione, taught her. including stuffed peppers, manicotti and this recipe
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Lisa’s Tiramisù with Frutta di Bosco (Wild Berries!)

Tiramisù is a pudding, not a cake! It should be eaten with a spoon as it is soft and whipped. Loving Tiramisù as she does, Lisa has made various versions. You can learn how to make Lisa’s Limoncello Tiramisù on the Lisa’s Italian Kitchen Facebook page and her Classic
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Lisa’s Espresso Pudding

This Espresso Pudding is typical of Northern Italy, where the winters begin early and the snow can be late to thaw. It’s also a perfectly decadent dessert for a winter afternoon with a coffee or tea. Treat yourself to this Espresso Pudding as we begin to celebrate the
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Lisa’s Sunday Dinner Apple Cake

This rustic apple cake is enjoyed throughout Italy, with each region having its own twist. If you like, you can add chopped walnuts or sliced almonds to the batter. Moist and delicious, it is best enjoyed topped with a dollop of fresh whipped cream or gelato. Try this to add an
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Lisa’s Crostata di Marmellata (Italian Jam Tart)

Crostata di Marmellata, or an Italian jam tart, is one of the most popular desserts in Italy, and everyone has his or her own version. Lisa prefers to make the crostata with a dark marmalade such as cherry or raspberry as it gives a richer texture, but any flavor you prefer is
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