Vienna’s Demel pastry shop makes another version of the Malakoff Torte. Instead of the traditional buttercream, this so-called Bischkottentorte, or “Ladyfinger Torte,” is made with eggs, vanilla, mascarpone and whipped cream, just like a contemporary tiramisu. (Demel is Vienna’ leading pastry shop, whose showcasing of local tortes and cakes is akin to that of a museum.)

Vienna's Demel pastry shop makes another version of the Malakoff Torte. Instead of the traditional buttercream, this so-called Bischkottentorte, or "Ladyfinger Torte," is made with eggs, vanilla, mascarpone and whipped cream, just like a contemporary tiramisu. (Demel is Vienna' leading pastry shop, whose showcasing of local tortes and cakes is akin to that of a museum.)

Vienna’s Demel pastry shop makes another version of the Malakoff Torte. Instead of the traditional buttercream, this so-called Bischkottentorte, or “Ladyfinger Torte,” is made with eggs, vanilla, mascarpone and whipped cream, just like a contemporary tiramisu. (Demel is Vienna’ leading pastry shop, whose showcasing of local tortes and cakes is akin to that of a museum.)

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Hi, I'm Nino, an unbridled foodnik blogging from Vienna, the city of dreams and Sigmund Freud. I'm cooking up a therapy with recipes and stories from Viennese cuisine and its eclectic influences – Jewish, Italian, Hungarian, Bohemian... – with an armchair psychoanalytical twist.

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