Thursday, April 10, 2014

Dried Raisins Panettone For A Miniature Easter

So Easter is coming up, and we are glad to welcome it with our miniature version of the Italian panettone. 

We've even sliced it up for serving, and prepared some hot tea to go with it. 

Of course we can't take credit for everything on our board - the tin pot is Chrysbon, and it is actually plastic. 

Although I am sure you can't tell judging by the patina we added to it. 

In fact, everything looks ever so real, that a few days after making it I got the urge to pick up the dough and smell it…funny thing - true story though :).

But I am afraid that the smell isn't there, and the feast if for your eyes only - although imagination can take care of everything else.

1 comment:

  1. I think that your Panettone is one of the most AUTHENTIC that I have yet seen! The texture of the cake is Spot On and the dried fruits are Perfect! I LOVE this scene and now I am desperate to have a slice of your cake! :D