Pandoro, a traditional Italian sweet bread whose name translates as “golden bread,” is a traditional Christmas season dessert. Although the recipe for pandoro can be traced back to the Middle Ages, Domenico Melegatti obtained a patent in 1894 for the industrial production of pandoro in the city of Verona. Usually served covered in powdered sugar, its shape is meant to evoke the snow-covered Alps. Buon appetito!
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