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Monday, January 26, 2015

Panettone




We love Panettone and I always pick up a couple of loaves
when it's available at Christmas.  Then after the holidays,
I buy up every loaf I can find when it goes on sale. ha.

We enjoyed some today with fruit and 
cheesy eggs with sausage served along side.  


32 comments:

  1. Yum.. you make it look so elegant.

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    1. haha...I think it comes looking elegant!

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  2. It looks most regal on its pedestal. I love it too - forgot to buy some this year! Looks great with those eggs. Yum.

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    1. It's addictive to me...I don't know if it's the texture or the taste...but I can't get enough of it. yum!

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  3. Looks interesting! I never had any.

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  4. Wunderbar ~ looks absolutely delicious ~ you do make sure you eat well in your lovely abode . . . . :)

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    1. yes, well I love to eat...so that works well with loving to cook. haha.

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  5. you took such beautiful photos! We love it too, I buy one every Christmas but its really high in fat and Garry has to watch his fat intake, so its a treat! I like it toasted, with a little butter , more fat, ooops, lol!!!

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    1. No wonder it's so good. haha. Yes, it is a treat...tastes like dessert! I like it toasted but mostly just warmed a bit in the microwave with butter. yum. I could eat the WHOLE loaf. haha.

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  6. I don't blame you for snapping it all up. Why is it that you can never buy "out of season food" after the event? There are no mince pies or Christmas puds the day after Christmas. No panetone anywhere now. Last year I wanted to make some pumpkin soup but they didn't appear in the shops until a week before Halloween, and they were very expensive, so I waited until Nov 1st and went to the Supermarket to buy one, maybe two, at a reduced price.
    All gone, not a one anywhere. The manager informed me that the ones left had been thrown into the dumpster that morning and taken away to the landfill site!

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    1. Yes, they truly are seasonal things! I guess that makes them more special when their time of year rolls around. Still, I could eat panettone every day!

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  7. Never even heard of that
    Guess I'm not an in cat
    But looks like a good meal
    And can't beat an on sale deal

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    1. You would probably think it was yuck
      as it's filled with dried citrus and all kinds of muck.
      ha.

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  8. Just got a peek at your quilt! Beautiful!
    Panettone? No thanks....but to each their own!
    Lovely photos....as always!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. That's ok,,,I'll eat yours, too. Ha.

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    2. Is it good done as French toast?
      Love French Toast......
      You get snow there?
      We weren't supposed to......but of course....we did!
      Traffic is a nightmare!
      Boys on a snow day?

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    3. Yes it was good as French Toast....but it still tastes like panettone!

      We got about three inches of snow overnight...very cold out. Boys are on a snow day! I'm sitting in bed with coffee....guess I'm having a snow day, too! Ha.

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    4. We have Miss V...
      She helped Papa shovel!
      Enjoy your day....

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    5. I think we're done with our snow. New England is going to get hammered with a blizzard later today!

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  9. This looks so good, is it like a fruitcake or raisin bread? I never heard of it.

    Jane x

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    1. It's more like raisin bread...light and fluffy and made with yeast. But it does have candied citrus In it..not the cherries and nuts that are negatively associated with fruit cake though.

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  10. I've never had Panettone, but I always think it is so pretty!! LOL! Now, you make me want to taste it, too! blessings ~ tanna

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  11. Oh I love it too, and I love the way it looks on the cake stand. Trader Joe sells the big ones at Christmas, but they sell smaller ones year round. I didn't get one this year....silly me...can't remember why...but now you have me wanting a slice with a dab of butter.... Your pictures are so magazine perfect. Have a great week dear Betsy.

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    1. I'll have to check our Trader Joes for a smaller one! (or two!) ha.

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    1. How long are you going to keep a lady waiting? ha.

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  13. Oh how I love panettone! It's good plain and also toasted. Oh and have you tried panettone bread pudding with an irish cream sauce..oh my. I buy it for Christmas and then again for Easter. Mine is all gone:(

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  14. I have never heard of this. Now I've got to go google. :)

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  15. never had it but your photos sure make me want to try it. Bet that would make luscious bread pudding. yummmmmm

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  16. OMG Panettone is so delicious!!!!!

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