Xmas-Envy Panettone Trifle

7zrxbkIOnHnhUmbvChN1knyhNV__sC4LcWSl073-N7MEvery winter, when new York City (or Venice) seems to turn overnight into one giant display of dazzling Christmas ornaments, it’s hard for those of other religious denominations not to feel at least a tinge of Christmas envy! I decided to embrace it, by making a mean Panettone Trifle, and writing about it on this week’s Jewish Week. (read)

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  1. Seriously, there is absolutely no reason not to enjoy what we can from Christmas and that includes Panettone, which I adore (and bake) and fruitcake, which I will be blogging about this coming week. So delicious!

  2. I have never tried pantone because of the relationship to Christmas and never really had the opportunity! But you just sparked a desire to try it! Bring it on 🙂

  3. yummy!

  4. It’s such an interesting perspective on the season and it’s food. I would love to know more about how long (how many generations) your family was in Italy and from where and how you made your way to NYC. Have you ever written about it?

  5. I never knew it was possible to get kosher panetonne, I will have to keep an eye out for it.

  6. I always think of panettone as a really good egg challah with fruit…and enjoy every bite. Enjoyed reading your article…as always!

  7. Great way to embrace it. I might start making these for channukah 🙂

  8. add me to the list of jews who’ve never tried panettone. if i can’t find a kosher one, i’ll have to bake it myself!

  9. I have ALWAYS wanted to know what a Panettone is. They are all over Miami. Thanks for educating us!

  10. Panettone is one of my favorite sweets. I’m so glad I’m not the only one to secretlylove it!

  11. What a great way to get into the seasonal spirit! I’m sure there is kosher pannetone but I’ve never even thought to check!

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