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    No I haven't been there. Tell me.

    I lived at Henderson and Damen for a week or so, back before the gentrification. Scariest time of my life, but this is a happy birthday thread. What kind of food, Blue?
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    With love,
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    There ya go Big guy.

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    Thanks, everybody! Bonnie, Kitsch'n has, well, kitschy American food. Tonight, I had a ginger beef pot pie. They also have things like twinkie tiramisu, meatloaf made with Portobello mushrooms, etc. Here's their web site.
    http://www.kitschn.com/
    Yum.

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    Twinkie tiramisu?

    Is that like my Japanese cousin?

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    No, your Italian cousin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dart Shark View Post
    Twinkie tiramisu?

    Is that like my Japanese cousin?


    Tiramisu
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    Tiramisu
    Tiramisu is an Italian dessert typically made from ladyfinger cookies, espresso coffee, mascarpone cheese, eggs, cream, sugar, marsala wine, cocoa, and rum. The Italian name tiramis? means "pick-me-up" (metaphorically, "make me happy", although it could have a more sexual meaning), referring to the two caffeine-containing ingredients, espresso and cocoa.

    The ladyfingers are sprinkled with or briefly soaked in a mixture of coffee, rum, and sugar. They are layered with a mixture of mascarpone cheese and a custard made from egg yolks, marsala, and sugar, known as zabaglione. Cocoa powder is then sprinkled on top.

    Tiramisu has become one of the most popular desserts served in upscale restaurants of all types, not just Italian restaurants. The recipe has been adapted into cakes, puddings and other varieties of dessert. Other flavours are often used now in place of coffee, including strawberry, lemon or chocolate.

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    Dart - go to La Dolce Vita on Duke St, they have some great Tiramisu, and lots of other yummy Italian goodies!
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    I know what it is, but I did reply to this at like 2:30 in the morning.

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