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  • n. Alternative spelling of panna cotta.

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Examples

  • Garlic foccacia … mmmm …. penne pesto pollo … mmm … pannacotta

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  • Crisp pizza topped with mozzarella, passata and homemade sausage might be followed by pannacotta, tiramisu or Chambers's own ice-cream, made with eggs from her rare-breed chickens.

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  • With blood orange (see the theme?) pannacotta for dessert.

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  • Nor am I sure I can come by exactly the right grisly bits of chicken for the stuffing (Paola mentioned boiling stomachs for several hours, at which T turned the colour of pannacotta).

    Spaghetti malfunction

  • The only true failure of the night was an overset pannacotta, overlaid with a layer of chocolate mousse so heavy it had its own gravitational pull.

    Restaurant review: Kota

  • Do you get to order gazpacho as entrée and moussaka as the main dish with a side order of tabbouleh and pannacotta for dessert? dominika 12:07 pm on January 13, 2009 | # | Reply the series of chinese/german comparisons is actuallu quite funny. i saw them all, and some are really not about stereotypes but cultural differences, which, encountered while travelling, may give you culture shock – like the manner of queuing.

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  • I like that her style is more simple than her predecessor's, and her buttermilk pannacotta with poached rhubarb and ginger scones is a testament to the fact that less is more.

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  • Dessert: Buttermilk pannacotta topped with orange chrysanthemum blossoms in ginger-blackberry syrup

    Plating Well in a Small Kitchen

  • The hole in the pannacotta was fixed, and all was eaten with gusto.

    Plating Well in a Small Kitchen

  • A quick switch for the first dish was easy, but the final dish, pannacotta with ginger-blackberry sauce, proved more difficult.

    Plating Well in a Small Kitchen

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