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Factory worker wins first Tiramisu World Cup

  The winner, Andrea Ciccolella, comes from Feltre in the Veneto region and works in an eyewear factory. (Photo/Xinhua)

  An Italian factory worker won the first ever Tiramisu World Cup in Treviso, Italy on Sunday, beating 700 other amateurs to whip up the softest and creamiest version of Italy's famous dessert. (Photo/Xinhua)

  Hundreds of would-be pudding maestros descended on the city of Treviso armed with whisks and sieves to compete in the two-day challenge to make the best tiramisu, which means "pick-me-up" in Italian. (Photo/Xinhua)

  A competitor makes a tiramisu during the Tiramisu World Cup in Treviso, Italy, on Nov. 5, 2017. Tiramisu World Cup 2017 was held in and around Italian's northern city Treviso on Nov. 4 and Nov. 5, with 720 non-professional chefs competing for "world's best tiramisu". (Xinhua/Jin Yu)

  Photo taken on Nov. 4, 2017 shows the tiramisu during the Tiramisu World Cup in Treviso, Italy. Tiramisu World Cup 2017 was held in and around Italian's northern city Treviso on Nov. 4 and Nov. 5, with 720 non-professional chefs competing for "world's best tiramisu". (Xinhua/Jin Yu)

  A competitor makes a tiramisu during the Tiramisu World Cup in Treviso, Italy, on Nov. 5, 2017. Tiramisu World Cup 2017 was held in and around Italian's northern city Treviso on Nov. 4 and Nov. 5, with 720 non-professional chefs competing for "world's best tiramisu". (Xinhua/Jin Yu)