(RT) — December 2014
This holiday season there's one food item that will be ready to be sliced on every Italian table — the classic Panettone.
It's Italy's version of sweet bread that has traveled the world for its richness. However, these days the art of making one from scratch or transforming one into a masterpiece is a Roman tradition passed down from generation to generation in honor of The Nativity.
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Via degli Uffici del Vicario n. 45
A home restaurant gives visitors an authentic Roman experience in the company of friends and family with a menu that will entice anyone to stop in.
For more than 40 years, Alfredo Buffalo has been making Panettones with love, time and patience.
Known by locals as the Pope's baker, Angelo Arrigoni and his family have been preparing and serving bread to the Pope for decades.