noun, plural pan·et·to·nes [pan-i-toh-neez], /ˌpæn ɪˈtoʊ niz/, Italian pan·et·to·ni [pah-net-taw-nee]. /ˌpɑ nɛtˈtɔ ni/.
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This recipe for panettone reminds me of the panettone that I love to make this time of year.
Recipe This is the season for panettone and it makes the perfect breakfast pairing to my morning cappuccino!
This is the season for panettone and it makes the perfect breakfast pairing to my morning cappuccino!
Before opening the conversation he insisted that Franco should take a glass of S. Colombano, and a piece of panettone.The Patriot|Antonio Fogazzaro
In Rome and elsewhere in Italy an important article of Christmas food is the panettone, a currant loaf.Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan|Clement A. Miles
Panettone are the cakes of the city and are much eaten at Carnival time.The Gourmet's Guide to Europe|Algernon Bastard