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Italian Cake’s

Persimmons are a truly delicious fruit with a delicate and sweet flavor, and they are one of the few fruits that are at the peak of their growing season during fall and winter.

Pan di Spagna is the most popular type of cake in Italy.

This sponge-like cake serves as a foundation for many elaborate desserts, such as cassata and zuppa inglese.

This is a recipe I found in a very old cookbook that my husband bought for me at an antique store on our wedding anniversary a couple of years back.

Rice pie is traditionally served alongside ricotta pie for Easter Sunday dessert, but I’ll let you in on a secret: the best time to eat it is Monday morning.

This wonderful and creamy German Cheesecake is very light and each bite melts in your mouth. It is not too sweet.

This is a dessert that always gets many wonderful compliments.

We can’t say we’re totally sure where the name of this dish came from, but we’re pretty sure this Catch a Husband cake could catch just about anyone – it’s just so tasty!

This cake is a delicious clone of the dense rum cakes you’ll find in Italian-American markets during the holidays.