BBC – Restaurateur Ado Campeol, dubbed “the father of Tiramisu” by Italian media, has died aged 93. Campeol was the owner of Le Beccherie, a restaurant in Treviso in northern Italy where the famous dessert was invented by his wife and a chef. The dish, featuring coffee-soaked biscuits and mascarpone, was added to their menu in 1972 but never patented by the family.
Italy’s father of tiramisu dies aged 93
TheGuardian – Restaurateur Ado Campeol launched the coffee-flavoured dessert, whose name means ‘lift me up’, in 1972. An Italian restaurateur known as the “father of tiramisu” has died aged 93. Ado Campeol died at his home in Treviso, in the Veneto region, on Saturday. Although the dessert’s origins are often disputed and the family never asserted copyright over the recipe, Campeol and his wife, Alba, the owners of the restaurant Alle Beccherie, are widely considered to be its inventors.
Aldo Campeol è morto, addio al “padre” del tiramisù (inventato per sbaglio)
Dissapore – È morto all’età di 93 anni Aldo Campeol, titolare storico del ristorante di Treviso Le Beccherie, dove oltre 50 anni fa è nato (per caso) il tiramisù, dolce simbolo del capoluogo veneto.
Il tiramisù gli ha cambiato la vita, morto l’ideatore della ricetta originale
Scattidigusto – È morto Aldo Campeol, inventore del tiramisù a Le Beccherie, il suo ristorante di Treviso. L’incredibile successo della ricetta originale.