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December 25, 2009

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I've never heard that etymology before. Interesting if true! Panettone is one of my favorite things on earth.

Your Panettone is beautiful and very tempting! thanks for the link :-D

Happy Holidays and all the best for the New year!

Cheers,

rosa

Great, Rebecca! Ever since I came to live in NL I've wanted a recipe for panettone to make one myself. I miss my "pan dulce" and my "turrones" for after dinner on Christmas Eve. In Argentina you can get panettoni at the supermarket, and there's a wide choice too, so I never bothered learning to make it myself. Here in Holland I've replaced panettone with the "kerststol", which is similar, but the texture is not so fluffy and light as our version what makes it a lot heavier but still very tasty.
Here you'll find a link to a friends blog who recently posted an entry about the Dutch "kerststol" if you want to know what it takes. (in Spanish)

http://argimira.blogspot.com/2009/12/pan-dulce-de-navidad-kerststol.html

What I did learn to make while still living in Argentina is the "zuccotto" with the left over from the panettoni. Have you ever tried one or made one? It's really very good!
Thanks for sharing this recipe!
Cheers!

! QUÈ BUENO QUE SE VÈ! MUY RICO ADEMÀS, !FELIZ NAVIDAD, SALUDOS PARA TODOS FLORENCIA.

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