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Last year Canepa 1862, an historic pastry shop based in Rapallo, took home first prize in the traditional panettone category during the Tenzone del Panettone, a highly regarded annual competition held to determine which artisan baker makes the best of these delectable cakes. As you might expect for anything food-related in Italy, competition was stiff, with sixty skilled pastry whizzes offering more than 100 panettoni for judging.




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From Piedmontese confectioner D. Barbero, our longtime source for hazelnut torrone nougat, comes this take on panettone, Italy's beloved fluffy Christmas cake. It's made with wild acacia honey, vanilla from Madagascar, and the Piedmontese classic sweet, candied chestnuts (AKA marrons glacés).


Citrus was so precious that in order to not waste any bit of it, the peels were commonly candied. The addition of candied fruit pops up in Christmas sweets across medieval Europe: stollen in Dresden, panforte in Siena, fruitcake in England. Today, the most traditional panettone still contains plenty of candied fruit and citrus peel. But over the last several decades it seems just about every in vogue flavor has shown up in panettone, from marrons glacés to beer. In addition to a traditional panettone, this holiday we have one with chocolate and figs, and one laced with syrupy ribbons of balsamic.


One of my favorites dates back at least 500 years, to the Duke of Milan, where the head of the household cuts three large pieces and then every member of the family eats a bit of each piece for good luck. I know a family that likes to cut the top off their panettone, scoop out (but not discard!) the inside, fill it up with homemade whipped cream, then put the top back on. When they go to serve the cake it looks normal, but the cream hidden inside is a sumptuous surprise. And our purchasing manager, Joe, likes to make his panettone into super luscious French toast.


Did you know that four days and more than thirty hours of fermentation are needed to make a handmade panettone? That is why you need to have a lot of patience to make them, but it is also fundamental to have a good mother yeast and natural ingredients. If you want to know more about how we make our handmade panettones, you can watch this video in where we tell every detail of the process.


Loison 'Gran Cacao' has all the flavour & goodness of a home-made Panettone. Made with chocolate & chocolate cream, this panettone is another level of indulgence! It is beautifully packaged, making it a perfect gift.


The Pa'ncucciato is an artisan Italian panettone unique in its conception because it comes from the semolina of Couscous that becomes sweet thanks to a procedure designed by chef Filippo La Mantia. Pa'ncucciato comes with a tasty pistachio-flavored cream to fill the panettone.


The Pa'ncucciato is an artisan panettone unique in its conception because it comes from the semolina of Couscous that becomes sweet thanks to a procedure designed by Filippo La Mantia.


Pa'ncucciato is unique and original throughout. The package is a sweet casket: the red dome, removable, reveals a sweet surprise: a tasty pistachio-flavored cream to fill the panettone.


The classic panettone, which was originally only made in Milan, can hardly be compared with anything. The closest thing is probably the Swiss and German Christstollen, and - it cannot be a coincidence - depending on the time of year, panettone was only available in the run-up to Christmas, at least earlier. However, the guidelines in Italy are quite strict. While the Christmas stollen in Switzerland is sometimes more, sometimes less butter, sometimes cardamom is added and sometimes left out, the recipe for the panettone basically leaves no room for maneuver, everything is laid down in the Disciplinare di produione del Panettone tipico della tradizione artigiana Milanese . So when you buy panettone at Kitchencorner, your Swiss specialist for delicacies, you will always receive a treat based on an original Milanese recipe.


The panettone is now also produced in other Italian regions, although the recipe can vary a little - so the pasticciere is free to use honey, malt and vanilla as baking ingredients. However, the pasticciere must never add colorings or preservatives to the panettone. This not only forbids the "disciplines", but probably also the code of honor of every serious pasticciere. Take a look around our site - our panettones are all outstanding and taste excellent. Would you like more information about our panettones? Just click on the picture you want to find out more.


Traditional panettone. Naturally leavened. Bakery product.Ingredients: wheat flour - sultanas 16.5% - candied orange peels 10,5% (orange peels, glucose-fructose syrup, sugar) - butter \u2013 egg yolk - sugar - natural yeast (wheat flour, water) - invert sugar - emulsifiers: mono-diglycerides of fatty acids - milk - salt - natural flavourings.May contain traces of hazelnut, almond, soya. Store in a cool dry place.


The Panettone Ottocento gets baked in the laboratory after over 48 hours between processing and leavening and, according to the variety, enriched with first choice ingredients. The secret is kept within the hands of the pastry chefs of Pasticceria Ottocento that, with passion, dedicate themselves to the production of panettone and develop delicious new variations.


Panettone is synonymous with Christmas and good things that taste of tradition, of family tables, of sweet goodness to share during the holidays. What could be better than enjoying the flavor variations of Sicilian artisan panettone with your loved ones? LoveForSicily every year selects the best Sicilian artisan panettone for its customers. Raw materials of the highest quality and artisans of the oven give life to doughs that tell the scents and flavors of Sicily in a soft and soft dome-shaped casing. Artisan panettone with Bronte pistachio, artisan chocolate panettone, panettone with fruit or classic for the more traditionalists. If you are a true lover of Sicilian pistachio panettone you must absolutely try those of A Ricchiggia (a Sicilian pistachio panettone that will surprise you with its incomparable taste), or that of the DiStefano pastry shop (a Sicilian artisan panettone with pistachio that boasts a mixture soft and tasty with which the pistachio cream is combined). Below you will find a personal choice of the best Sicilian artisan panettone. Between waiting for Santa Claus, New Year's Eve and Befana, discover our Sicilian panettone online.


Pasticceria Fraccaro's gluten-free Panettone is the perfect solution for those who love the classic Christmas cake but follow a gluten-free diet. This variety contains butter, fresh eggs, rice flour and agave fibre which make it soft and aromatic. Just as in the traditional panettone, the dough is enriched with raisins and candied fruit.


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