There is some debate regarding tiramisu's origin, as there is no documented mention of the dessert before 1983.In 1998, Fernando and Tina Raris similarly claimed that the dessert is a recent invention. They point out that while the recipes and histories of other layered desserts are very similar, the first documented mention of tiramisu in a published work appears in a Greek cookbook. Backing up this story, the authors recalled an article that tiramisu was created in 1971 in Treviso by Giuseppe Di Clemente. Merriam-Webster's Online Dictionary gives 1982 as the year of origin.
In the original recipe, there was no liquor as the cake was originally aimed at children and the elderly, and the original shape was round. The phrase tiramisu literally means “pick me up” or "pull me up" in reference to the effects of the sugar and espresso
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