Raspberry and Rose Charlotte

There is something really beautiful and subtle in the mixture of raspberries and rose water, I cannot stop recommending it. In this recipe, we almost create a twist on a berry tiramisu. You will need more lady fingers than you think, so stock up! I used about 55-60 to fill out my 12 inch spring form.

Tiramisu

Everyone loves Tiramisu! I have never met anyone who doesn’t. Adults love the sophisticated mixture of cream and coffee. Kids love their first opportunity to consume some booze. What can go wrong? Tiramisu is not hard to make, you don’t even need to bake. However, I strongly discourage using white sponge cake or pre-made “Tiramisu filling” that is sold in grocery stores. That is not Tiramisu, that is closer to a trifle. The one thing you should be careful with is blending the egg yolks into the mascarpone mixture. I let my KitchenAid do it as I was kneading some baguette dough the other night, and my egg whites turned back to liquid! However, I found a way to bake that into an incredibly delicious “mascarpone cheesecake”! Stay tuned for the brand new recipe soon!