Monday, 15 November 2010

Les panettones sont arrivés...


The panettoni have arrived at my favourite Italian deli at Notre-Dame covered market!
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Chez mon traiteur italien préféré, aux Halles Notre-Dame !

28 comments:

Ann said...

Italian food are getting popular in Australia and New Zealand.

Woody said...

I can smell the aromas.

Randy said...

I have never tried one but I could be tempted.

Bob Crowe said...

In November in the US, if you are in a particularly sophisticated shop, you might see a sign that says Le beaujolais nouveau est arrivé. Panetonne is only for the Italian specialty shops. We do have some.

Halcyon said...

Never been a fan of the panettones. But I love a good Italian traiteur!

T. Becque said...

Oh yes, the little Italian deli down the street has started stocking them too! Tis the season.

Olivier said...

je vois que Bob s’entraîne au français et il apprend en premier les phrases les plus importantes ;o))

le little italie parisien ;) tes photos donnent envies

Small City Scenes said...

MMMmmmm sounds good. More of a cake type than bread.. maybe? I love the fruits in it. MB

Dina said...

Is it that season already?!

A happy colorful photo, that is.

Birdman said...

Now you've got me thinking of breaking-fast. Ha!

Cergie said...

Tout ça c'est de l'étouffe chrétien délicieux ! A mettre sur le même pied que le Lebkuchen, le Christstollen, le kouglof. Tout le monde dit que c'est meilleur rassis mais c'est une invention de la cuisinière pour pouvoir préparer à l'avance les gâteries de noël !
(Tu vas faire des petits gateaux ?)

Diane said...

I was buying Panatonne last week too - for Christmas presents. xxxx

Malyss said...

Forza Italia! :)) on en a toute l'année ici, il fallait me le dire, si tu aimes ça je t'en expedie avec plaisir!

VP said...

I love panettone, I really prefer it to our Tuscan pandoro.

Bergson said...

entrainement pour Noël ?

Small City Scenes said...

g your comment on Washington Hawthorn---this is my reasoning--It is native to southeastern US. so is probably named for George Washington. Sounds logical to me. MB

Small City Scenes said...

It is supposed to be-
Regarding you comment--
I don't know where the first word went???????
MB

B SQUARED said...

They haven't arrived here, just yet. It won't be long, however.

Cezar and Léia said...

I'm anxious for the Christmas marketing!
I think there is a traditional Christmas cake from Germany?
I love "panettones"!
bises
Léia

EG Wow said...

Wonderful colour in this photo!

Sharon Van Lieu said...

The panettone looks wonderful but I find your color photos to be equally appealing.

Sharon

Kaori said...

Looks delish! Where can I get one? ;-D

Loree said...

Panettone - yummy!! I love the chocolate flavoured ones with chocolate cream and covered in dark chocolate :) Bliss.

DaveM said...

mmmm ...to be followed by the stollen!

Catherine said...

Alors, là je te rejouins au stand !
Ils ont des Amaretti ?

Francisca said...

I believe panettoni even makes it over to our specialty gourmet shops in Manila.

Alain Alexandre said...

des fins cette endroit;nous avons tous des petit secret

raf said...

Ah, yes Ciel, delicious holiday treat. Just brought one home too. Nice takes at the market!