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01

Dec 2014

Red Raspberry Tiramisù Recipe

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Want to make this Red Raspberry Tiramisù recipe in Jillyanna’s class setting? Sign up for our upcoming Homemade Pasta Class on December 12th, featuring Christmas Cannelloni pasta dishes and Tiramisù dessert! In addition to Red Raspberry Tiramisù, you will also learn to make Boozy Tiramisù! This is our last class of the season, with a special holiday focus, so BUY TICKETS TODAY!

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01

Dec 2014

Boozy Tiramisù Recipe

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FEATURED ON WCSH6 MORNING REPORT

Want to make this Boozy Tiramisù recipe in Jillyanna’s class setting? Sign up for our upcoming Homemade Pasta Class on December 12th, featuring Christmas Cannelloni pasta dishes and Tiramisù dessert! In addition to Boozy Tiramisù, you will also learn to make Red Raspberry Tiramisù! This is our last class of the season, with a special holiday focus, so BUY TICKETS TODAY!

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10

Nov 2014

Featured on WCSH6: Quick & Easy Family Dinners for Working Moms

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Today, my mother rarely cooks. Her favorite line is: “Been there, done that.” And she marvels that I enjoy cooking so many items from scratch for so many people week after week. She seems to forget that I got my high standards and passion for good food from her.

My mother was a stay-at-home mom in the early 1960‘s. When she wasn’t wallpapering a room, changing somebody’s cloth diaper, or reading to us about the exploits of The Cat in the Hat, she was watching Julia Child on public television and clipping Craig Claiborne’s columns out of The New York Times. My mother kept a lucite box filled with neatly hand-written recipe cards.  I can only imagine how many imperfect cards must have been ripped up by mother or her talented friends before the recipes were deemed good enough to be traded.

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