Level: That's Amore!
Since Christmas is just a couple of days away, let’s talk about the two traditional cakes that all Italians will have on their table on Christmas Day: the world famous “Panettone” and “Pandoro”. – Like every year, the competition between these two delicious cakes is fierce: some Italians prefer “Panettone”, others prefer “Pandoro”. So, let’s learn all about the all-Italian “holiday cake war”, and let’s practice lots of useful words and expressions that are sure to take your Italian to the next level. Enjoy!
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That’s Amore! – Episode #29
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