Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Breakfast


I love this site. I love the simplicity of the subject and the photos. It's my favourite meal of the day, although my breakfast most often involves some type of caffeine and some type of yeast item, nothing I could surprise you with photos of. I love mornings, therefore I love their meal-mate.

I've posted about my love for this treat before I know, but it's almost December and I realised this afternoon that I haven't baked any yet. They are on their third rise now, but should be ready to have with a cup of tea for supper. Mmmmmm. If you have never had a good one and you live in Melbourne, call me for I think mine are pretty good and I'm only too happy to share. For those of you who live elsewhere, here's the recipe.

9 comments:

Lindsay said...

I'm definitely going to have to give these a try, they look so good when you make them

Angie said...

Yum, I love Panettone but have always bought it...I'll pack the recipe so I can try it once we get to our Christmas holiday spot.

Christelle said...

Thanks for the link, breakfast is definitely a nice moment even during the week. It will be an inspiration for the coming months.

Sandy said...

Yummm! I'd stop by to try if I could!

t h a i t r a i t said...

Thanks for the link! Breakfast is so beautiful. You should see the orange-ish duck egg yolks we had the other day...

Pina said...

I know - a shame on me but I haven't made those yet. I didn't know that you simply make them in a muffin tin.

I love mornings too, it is just that I usually have to rush to work so early... Though, I eat breakfast every day, with no exception.

Donna said...

I was looking for something to bake for Thanksgiving...these look perfect. Thanks for the recipe

Jacoline (Lien) said...

Yum I'm off to the kitchen now to make some . Thanks

KikiMiss said...

I would love to try these. Tell me, whereabouts did you buy those liners from? I found some lovely Robert Gordon pale blue & pink spot liners this week. Perfect for chocolate cupcakes I'm baking for the Kindy breakup this coming week.

These liners are just THE perfect colour for Panettone. I've spied them in my favourite baking cookbook, The Australian Women's Weekly 'home baked'.