​Tiramisù roughly translated means "pick me up" or "lift me up". It is a traditional dessert from Italy made with espresso, mascarpone cheese, whipped cream, Savoiardi (ladyfingers), and a custard called zabaglione. 


Every Italian mamma has her own recipe. I was fortunate enough to enjoy one made by my friend Giuseppina Cappiello in Positano.













SPECIALS...

BROWN DERBY-STYLE COBB SALAD

        Morning Fog

Big Mamma's Italian-American Cooking

CLASSIC TIRAMISU

I​zetta's Southern Cooking


Autumn mornings break with so many beautiful sunrises.

This time of year, we still enjoy grilling outside but eating in our nice warm kitchen.  




This salad is not a southern dish, but I want to share this recipe anyway. I make quite a lot of dinner salads during the summer. I was introduced to this salad back in the early 1970s at the original Brown Derby Restaurant on Wilshire Blvd. in Los Angeles, California.


I even imagined Lucy Ricardo (I Love Lucy) peeking over the booth where William Holden was having lunch.


I prefer most of the ingredients sliced instead of everything chopped, like most Cobb Salads and this make a better presentation.
You can easily double the recipe to make four servings.