What gave the “Tiramisu” its name?

Contrary to popular belief of the translation of “Pull me up”, the name originates from its inventor, the confectioner Roberto Linguanotto. He owned a restaurant “Le Beccherie” in Treviso where he had his god-daughter as an apprentice named Francesca Valori. In honour of her culinary skills he named the today world-famous dessert after her maiden name, Francesca Valori-Tiramisu. Of course this sweet delight cannot miss in any Italian-touched restaurant and hence is available at Ticino in a homemade version.

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