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Mascarpone

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This delicious recipe for tiramisu comes courtesy of Carpenter Dean. Raw eggs should not be used in food prepared for pregnant women, young children, or anyone whose health is compromised.

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Star anise, orange zest, and cinnamon infuse roasted plums and the vibrant liquid they exude with a panoply of flavors. The tender fruit is juxtaposed against a cloud of whipped mascarpone and shards of honey brittle that shine like jewels.

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To get a nice log shape, lay the cake on a kitchen towel, fill it, roll it, then clip the towel's ends together with clothespins until the cake sets. We used frozen currants as a garnish, but frozen grapes work just as well. You may substitute cream cheese for the mascarpone; add two more tablespoons sugar and a half teaspoon vanilla.

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These rich, creamy savory coeurs a la creme--made from mascarpone, ricotta, and Parmesan--take their form from cheesecloth-lined molds. You can serve these cheese hearts alone or as part of a cheese board including other varieties and crackers or bread.

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