cassata


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cassata

(kəˈsɑːtə)
n
(Cookery) an ice cream, originating in Italy, usually containing nuts and candied fruit
[from Italian]
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Cassata has been a Collector of the globally recognized clothing designs of Robert Graham since 2010.
Community Development Director Michael Cassata attended the award ceremony and said, "The village's streamlined process makes it easier and more affordable for residents to install solar panels on their homes.
These data suggest that liquid water may not have been abundant on the Martian surface since a few hundred million years after planetary formation, and therefore Mars may have been a cold and dry planet for the vast majority of its history," paper author Bill Cassata said in a statement from (https://www.
We went for the homemade cassata ice cream, which had strong flavours, along with the fudge cake, which was not very fresh and a little bit overcooked.
The dessert platter we were served included an array of delicacies that ranged from a moist sliver of a banana cake, a rich cassata, kulfi, jalebis and simple chocolate mousse.
com) is the Mecca for everything pistachio: we land on a public holiday and the atmosphere is of barely contained mayhem, musclebound dandies jostling with novice nuns for a taste of their delicacies: elaborate, glistening cakes, cassata, whipped mounds of authentically grey-green gelato.
And what fabulous desserts she can whip up: lattice-topped blueberry pie, apple fritters, candied orange cassata, raspberry filled doughnuts, and an elegant Boston cream pie with vanilla custard filling and chocolate glaze, to name a few.
They include Natalia Indrimi, Executive Director of Centro Primo Levi New York, who will also serve as moderator; Lidia Santarelli, Nuremberg Trial Project, Harvard University; Francesco Cassata, Professor of History of Science, University of Genoa; Maaza Mengiste, writer and author; and Roger Cohen of the The New York Times.
Muller R, Renner C, Gabay C, Cassata G, Lohri A, Hasler P.
His take on cassata is refreshing, it includes a layer of raspberry compote and sorbet to lighten the dish and make it perfect for hot summer days.
There are options galore, from the ever-popular barfi, rasmalai, or gulab jamun, to the exotic boondi ladoo, kesar peda, balushahi, anjeer and new options like fig rolls, date rolls, kaju cassata, pista rolls, Mysore pak, rava ladoo, sohan papdi, and even sugar free sweets for the health freaks.