Nonsense. Carpaccio is made out of meat OR fish...
Anyway, for your consideration: a twice-baked almond cookie it's a specific kind of biscotti. Please refer to english wikipedia where biscotti is a redirection of cantucci, which was my guess when I read the description - I only realized it was wrong when you mentioned that is dunked in coffee and instead cantucci are dunked or served with vin santo (dessert wine).
Biscotto (plural biscotti) is an umbrella word which includes many kinds of pastries/cookies.
As for pizza, as said to be extremely precise that indicated in description is the pizza margherita. You should consider about giving a broader description indicating various toppings.
For the guy saying carpaccio is only fish, you are wrong. Carpaccio is thinly cut raw beef, but the term can be associated to any thinly cut meat, including fish. Raw is key here, not the animal.
then the name became widespread and was adopted for every dish of meat/fish/octopus/whatever thinly sliced.
Anyway Carpaccio was a painter, so no edible at all, unless you have a taste for unusual meat :)
Looking at the answers: wait i should know all of these...