Panettone for all tastes, with some Neapolitan, Sicilian or even exotic “contamination”. But the traditional Milanese dessert is confirmed as the King of the Holidays.
Bedussi offers 3 panettone. The ingredients change but the procedure is always the same: classic two-dough with natural yeast and three refreshments. As for the tastes, there is the classic with candied fruit and raisins, the one with pears and chocolate and the one with semi-candied apricots. The panettone prepared with love by the young Francesco Bedussi are distinguished by their fragrance and their intense yellow color due to the important use of eggs. A lot of patience during the cooking hours, intoxicating aromas and a soft bite with high enjoyment. It is possible to purchase with shipments throughout Italy through the new Bedussi App and by telephone (info: bedussi.it).
Andrea Berton, Chef with 2 Michelin stars, creates and signs the classic Panettone of the Milanese tradition. An artisanal product made with selected ingredients that respect the levels of quality and philosophy of the Chef. A very rich but extremel
digestible panettone thanks to the long leavening and the use of raw materials of excellent quality. It has no preservatives, semi-finished products, flavors, vegetable fats. Available both in the restaurant and online (info: ristoranteberton.com).
The Chefs of EatHappy and Wakame shift our attention away from the panettone by proposing the Mochi Cioccolato, the Mochi Mandorla and the Sweet Apple Moon, traditional apple-hearted pastry dumplings. Mochi, on the other hand, is a rice flour-based dessert that is part of the Japanese culinary tradition and was once used as a form of thanks to the gods. For this reason the mochi calls luck and therefore cannot be missing in the celebration of the most important anniversaries. The desserts are available in the corners of the two brands (info: eathappy.it | wakameitalia.it).
The “highest in Italy” Panettone was born in Riale, on the majestic peaks of the Piedmontese Alta Val Formazza, at 1800 meters above sea level. Work of Matteo Sormani, innovative Chef and craftsman who experiments, creates and bakes in the historic inn that he has managed since 2005: the Walser Schtuba, a real gastronomic laboratory, the last Italian gourmet outpost before Switzerland. The panettone is available in three variants: classic, apricot and almonds, wholemeal with apples, raisins and cinnamon: it can be tasted directly at the Walser Schtuba inn, or it can be ordered with the delivery service that reaches all of Italy while keeping the freshness of the dessert intact. (info: locandawalser.it).
A sweet help for women and children is that of Pasticceria Filippi, which supports the independent humanitarian organization Women for Freedom by donating 600 artisan Panettone that will be placed in as many Christmas packages. The proceeds from the sale will be used to support some aid projects promoted by the association. Since its inception in 2014 in Bassano del Grappa, WFF has created and developed 53 projects in 7 countries, including Italy, India, Cameroon, Nepal and Romania, helping over 8500 women and children through self-generation income programs, offering opportunities for development and sustainability. For its part, Zanè’s Filippi Pastry is a Benefit Corporation and as such is constantly committed to the highest standards of purpose, responsibility and transparency. (info: womenforfreedom.org | pasticceriafilippi.it).
Peck presents its high pastry Panettoni for Christmas 2021: six variations of the sweet symbol of the holidays, among which the new Special Edition designed as always by Pastry Chef Galileo Reposo stands out. Made in just 200 pieces, this special Panettone is made with gianduia and mandarin with hazelnut glaze and is offered in a refined gift box, accompanied by a
hazelnut and white truffle praline cream and a spatula to apply it. Peck’s range of Panettoni also includes Classic Taste; Black cherry, lemon and almond; Pears and Chocolate; Orange, Pineapple and Ginger; Pistachio, Coffee and White Chocolate. They can be purchased in the 3 Milanese shops, in the one in Forte dei Marmi or even online (info: peck.it).
The tradition of the classic Milanese dessert meets the roots of Chef Roberto di Pinto, namely the cooked wheat and orange blossom characteristic of the pastiera. The Panettone is packaged in the format of 800 grams and is accompanied by a food spray that contains the essence of orange blossom water to further enhance the aroma of pastiera. Available in his Sine Gastrocratic Restaurant or online (info: sinerestaurant.com).
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