A Quick Overview Of How To Say Mascarpone
'Mascarpone' is an Italian fresh cow's milk cream cheese with a high fat content. If you want to put a fine point on it, mascarpone is not strictly speaking a cheese. It is made in a similar way to yogurt - a culture is used to thicken it. It can substitute for butter - it can be spread on bread, or used in cooking. In Italy, it is often served with fruit.
The most common mistake English speakers make when pronouncing mascarpone is to leave off the final 'e'. Listen to the audio