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  • We passed the likes of yummy-looking cup cakes for a more sophisticatedly presented tiramisu, of which the staff kept calling panna cotta (120 baht), and wasn't satisfied.

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  • Creator of the most-imitated Los Angeles dish since Nancy Silverton reinvented an obscure Piedmontese dessert called panna cotta, Sang Yoon is the baron of the new-style cheeseburger: dry-aged beef cooked exceptionally rare, dressed with onions cooked down to the sweetness of maple syrup, Gruyere and Maytag blue cheeses, smoky bacon, arugula and a tomato compote, all on a French roll.

    LA Weekly | Complete Issue

  • Creator of the most-imitated Los Angeles dish since Nancy Silverton reinvented an obscure Piedmontese dessert called panna cotta, Yoon is the baron of the new-style cheeseburger: dry-aged beef cooked exceptionally rare, dressed with onions cooked down to the sweetness of maple syrup, Gruyère and Maytag blue cheeses, smoky bacon, arugula and a tomato compote, all on a French roll.

    LA Weekly | Complete Issue

  • His desserts are also strongly influenced by traditional aromas such as panna cotta flavored with cardamom and Greek coffee; and chamomile mousse flavored with praline lemon and roasted apple.

    Not Your Typical Greek Salad

  • Rumours were in circulation, it is true, to the effect that the "panna" in question was a plain Jewess, well known to many cavalry officers ... but, when you come to think of it, -- does that make any difference?

    A Nobleman's Nest

  • Mikhalévitch had not married, but had been in love times without number, and wrote verses about all his lady-loves; with especial fervour did he sing the praises of one mysterious "panna" with black and curling locks ....

    A Nobleman's Nest

  • There was lobster, pork three ways (sounds dirty, eh?), and desserts such as panna cotta with almond crumble to die for.

    New York Sun - All Articles

  • Pyttipanna also pytt i panna which is Swedish for "leftovers in the pan".

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  • A bottle of Watkins Madagascar vanilla for panna cotta.

    The Great Grocery Smackdown

  • Whatever you want to call it, I dived into the panna cotta with amarena cherries dessert.

    Michelle Won: My Trip to the Nutcracker and Dinner at Po, Which Ended Up Being Nutcracker Part 2

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