Panettone. I know....all of you Christmas bread haters, complainers of dry, fruity, brick-like loaves...you have good reason. I know. But this - this panettone. Panettone. Made by Italian hands, in a little coffee shop in the valley of Po, in the town of Bovolone, nestled between the Italian Alps to the north and the Apennines to the south, is beyond bread. This panettone is set apart from others because of the natural yeasty magic and recipe that's been used since 1891.
Also, molten butter is added. And some dazzling Italian sugar. So, it's moist and soft. And perfect in every way.
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And the twig tied to the package comes from a local Muscat grape vine - from the Valley of Po. Making this not only a delicious gift, but a beautiful one, too.
You can find this and a whole world of other delectables at:
268 Shawmut Ave.
Boston, MA 02118