Pandoro translates to “golden cake” and is made following an intricate recipe that kneads 3 separate doughs together with butter. This version is filled with a generous portion of chocolate chips and also comes with the traditional packet of powdered sugar for sprinkling like snow! Read More
In 1930, two friends, Agostino Panigada and Giovanni Cova, opened a little pastry shop on Viale Monzo in Milan. Here, under the shadow of the Duomo, the very first “Panettun de Milan” was baked. Today, G. Cova & C. is still known as the pastry producer that revitalized the ancient Milanese art of panettone.
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