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White Chocolate Strawberry Tiramisu
2 cups heavy whipping cream
1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened
1/2 cup (4 ounces) mascarpone cheese
9 ounces white baking chocolate, melted and cooled
1 cup confectioners' sugar, divided
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 packages (3 ounces each) ladyfingers, split
2/3 cup orange juice
4 cups sliced fresh strawberries
Chocolate syrup, optional
1. In a large bowl, beat cream until soft peaks form. In another bowl, beat cheeses until light and fluffy. Beat in cooled chocolate, 1/2 cup confectioners' sugar and vanilla. Fold in 2 cups of the whipped cream.
2. Brush half of the ladyfingers with half of the orange juice; arrange in a 13x9-in. dish. Spread with 2 cups cream cheese mixture; top with half of the strawberries. Brush remaining ladyfingers with remaining orange juice; arrange over berries.
3. Gently stir remaining confectioners' sugar into remaining cream cheese mixture; fold in remaining whipped cream. Spread over ladyfingers. Top with remaining strawberries. Refrigerate until serving. If desired, drizzle with chocolate syrup before serving. Yield: 15 servings.
(OK to lighten this up with light whipped topping and reduced fat cream cheese)
From A Taste of Home recipes
PET OF THE WEEK
MCFA pet of the Week
The shelter has reopened with the regular hours of
Tuesday - Friday 11:00 - 4:30
Saturday 11:00 - 2:00
Shelby is this week’s Dog of the Week from the Monroe County Animal Shelter. Shelby is a puppy, at only 4 months old. She currently weighs 14.5 pounds and is a hound mix. It’s rare for us to have such a young pup available for adoption!
The Monroe County Animal Shelter has reopened, and Shelby and her friends are anxiously awaiting your visit!
The Shelter is located at 170 Kefauver Lane in Madisonville (behind Wal-Mart) and is open Tuesday-Friday from 11-4:30 and Saturdays from 11-2. The shelter is closed to the public on Sunday and Monday. Call 423-442-1015 to set up a meet & greet.
The Shelter is currently filled to near maximum capacity, so we are looking for people to help foster some of the animals (esp. now). Many of the animals are housebroken, sweet, and family-friendly. They are often placed in the Shelter because their owners are no longer able to care for them.
Also, the Monroe County Sherriff's Office has placed the trustees on lockdown; therefore, the Shelter is in desperate need of volunteers to walk the dogs and assist with other Shelter needs. If you can help, please call the Shelter.
If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Shelter, 423-442-1015, and they will put you in touch with Cathy Barrett, Foster Coordinator.
PLEASE know that the COVID-19 virus is NOT transmitted by pets. You cannot get the virus from your furry friends.
TWhen coming to the Shelter to meet a dog, please remember their true personality may not show through immediately in the shelter environment. They may consider their kennel a safe place and be uncomfortable when taken out. This doesn't mean they aren't sweet, loving dogs. It just means they are unsure or scared in this environment.
Take some time to meet each dog. Let them get used to you for a few moments before you take him/her for a walk around the shelter grounds. Once you get your new pet home, allow them time to become adjusted to their new life.