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Old 03-08-2008, 01:18 AM
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Awesome, Frances and Luis! We've just had dinner, quaffing some Hunter Valley semillon totally out of character with the kanguruh fillets and mushrooms I made - but I still could rip into one of your creations!

Luis, can you divulge the how-to of the panettone? Bianca NEVER EVER succeeded in getting the panettone right (don't tell her I said that!')?

Gruezi and ate ja (what the hell happened to my Brazilian accent?!)

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Old 03-09-2008, 03:19 PM
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Luiz (Carioca):

Of course I could divulge... but, the instructions that I have are in Italian language. You could see these in the site Pizza, ricette on-line, annunci di lavoro, richieste ed offerte, scuola di pizza, corsi di formazione, mercatino degli annunci,consigli per aprire una pizzeria,pizza fatta in casa, clicking in Forum and searching by the keyword pannetone.
The main recipe came from Pixior and is fulfill of details.
This site is one of the best sites to anyone that would like to go deep in the real pizza world and Pixior is a 'must be' reading.
If there is any problem with the language, I could translate the recipe and tips to English (or Portuguese if you like), may be on the next weekend.

Um abraço,
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Old 03-10-2008, 02:43 AM
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wow there are some great pics of the pannetone you posted Luis.

I didn't fare to well this weekend - had a blocked ear and the weather has been stinking hot here (and will be for the next week). So no WFO cooking.....However I did manage to cook something in the house oven. Found this recipe for "Burnt Butter Macadamia & Marmalade Biscuits"

Burnt Butter Macadamia & Marmalade Biscuits - ABC TV: The Cook and the Chef

turned out really moist and everyone gave them the thumbs up, might be a good one to do in the WFO
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Old 03-11-2008, 03:24 AM
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Muito obrigado, Luis!

I'll have a look at that site ASAP... (Bianca reads Italian, and I'm catching up :-)

Ate logo!

Luiz (a.k.a. carioca)


NB: In view of this remark by pixior, I think Bianca's past efforts at panettone may be excused:
"Purtroppo il panettone e' un dolce molto, ma molto difficile da realizzare in modo perfetto."
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Old 03-11-2008, 03:43 AM
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Carioca:

Of course, all the 'not so good results' from Bianca could be excused. She puts a lot of love in there...
By the way, the panettone needs a attentive work, however it is not difficult at all...Go for it.

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Old 03-13-2008, 02:45 AM
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Luis,

como sempre, voce tem razao!

For that reason alone, I (italics) won't try the panettone, lest it reflect an immodest attempt at one-upmanship :-)

Cheers from a lovely autumn-clad Clod 9!

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