This year, BelGioioso wanted to share some favorite traditional Italian dishes made with their award-winning artisan cheeses with the readers of culture. But they wanted to do more than that. They’ve invited bloggers to create new recipes that are a twist on the traditional five-course Italian meal. For each course, BelGioioso has provided a traditional recipe and a blogger has created a “Twist on Tradition” recipe, also using BelGioioso cheese. Today we’re happy to share Truc Luu of Treats SF’s dessert recipe. Keep reading for a chance to win a box of seven delicious BelGioioso cheeses!
Dessert. The encore of any good dinner. As children we’re taught that we have to eat all our vegetables before we can have dessert, and Italian meals double down on that by serving the salad course just before the sweets. Many Italian desserts are less sweet than traditional American cakes and pies. Fruits, liqueurs, coffee, and rich and creamy mascarpone cheese are often key players. Here are two classic Italian dessert recipes from BelGioioso and one twist on tradition dessert recipe from Truc Luu of Treats SF.
Twist on Tradition
Win a Box of BelGioioso Cheese!
What is the most delicious final course you’ve ever had at a dinner? Not all meals end with dessert and not all desserts are equal. From cake to candy to a simple cup of cappuccino, tell us your answer in the comments section below by Monday, December 8, 2014 at 11:59 p.m. EST and you’ll have a chance to win a fantastic giveaway of seven delicious BelGioioso cheeses and a year’s subscription to culture. You must be located in the continental US to win. Good luck!