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    Looking for Moosewood non-coffee Tiramisu recipe

    DH and I had a lovely lunch at Moosewood this past July. We split a berry tiramisu parfait for dessert and the menu mentioned the recipe was in one of the cookbooks. I know I checked the "gift wall" at the restaurant and did find the recipe in one of them (but didn't note which one)

    I've checked the ones I own (Low Fat, Cooks at Home, Daily Specials, Cooks for Heath, and New Classics), and none have a tiramisu or parfait recipe.

    I've checked the indexes of several on Amazon. Desserts has a coffee-based version, but this was more of a lemon or light mascarpone or cream cheese flavor (like cheesecake), and a very soft cream. I can't see any of the "Simple Suppers" book.

    If you happen to have a Moosewood cookbook with such a recipe, I'd be grateful if you could post it!

    Michelle

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkc View Post
    DH and I had a lovely lunch at Moosewood this past July. We split a berry tiramisu parfait for dessert and the menu mentioned the recipe was in one of the cookbooks. I know I checked the "gift wall" at the restaurant and did find the recipe in one of them (but didn't note which one)

    I've checked the ones I own (Low Fat, Cooks at Home, Daily Specials, Cooks for Heath, and New Classics), and none have a tiramisu or parfait recipe.

    I've checked the indexes of several on Amazon. Desserts has a coffee-based version, but this was more of a lemon or light mascarpone or cream cheese flavor (like cheesecake), and a very soft cream. I can't see any of the "Simple Suppers" book.

    If you happen to have a Moosewood cookbook with such a recipe, I'd be grateful if you could post it!

    Michelle
    The Dessert book has a berry trifle (pound cake soaked in liquer, berries, vanilla cream, whipped cream).

    I don't see anything in Celebrates or Sundays at ... and I think you mentioned all of the other ones I own.

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    Thanks for checking - I might try e-mailing the restaurant to see if they can tell me which book it might be in (or if they could share the recipe). I'm looking for that one specifically.

    Michelle

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    When you find the recipe, would you mind posting it? This sounds delicious. Thanks.

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