How to Make Cherry Napoleon

Maria Salcuni opened her La Tenda Rossa restaurant in 1972 as a pizzeria. Throughout the years, the modest pizzeria, located in the Tuscan town of San Casciano, Italy, evolved into a fully operating restaurant. In her dessert, a wild cherries napoleon, she use the large type of cherries, typically grown in Tuscany. This type of desserts is also known as Mille-Feuille, which refers to layered cream pastries of various kinds.