Concorso di dolci natalizi italiani

There are many legends around the origin of this traditional product. They are almost all love stories. This cake appeared in Milan, northern Italy, around the 15th century, and the custom of consuming Panettone spread immediately all over the world.
There are many legends around the origin of this traditional product. They are almost all love stories. This cake appeared in Milan, northern Italy, around the 15th century, and the custom of consuming Panettone spread immediately all over the world.
Our 1st place cake and winner of the 2018 Panettone di Natale contest was made by Roberto and Giulia Posillico.
Our 1st place cake and winner of the 2018 Panettone di Natale contest was made by Roberto and Giulia Posillico.
The 2nd place cake was made by Dan McGowan and Frank Doria Jr.
The 2nd place cake was made by Dan McGowan and Frank Doria Jr.
The 3rd place cake, by Andrew and Christopher Borges, Hailey Hamilton, and Jake Lang was too beautiful to eat.
The 3rd place cake, by Andrew and Christopher Borges, Hailey Hamilton, and Jake Lang was too beautiful to eat.

Students from Ms. Bunnell's and Ms. Stefanelli's Italian classes enthusiastically participated in the 2018 Panettone di Natale contest. The Italian Christmas cakes were beautifully and creatively decorated representing one of the typical traditions during the holiday celebrations of the Italian culture!

This year's prizes were awarded to:

3rd place cake by Andrew and Christopher Borges, Hailey Hamilton, and Jake Lang

2nd place cake made by Dan McGowan and Frank Doria Jr.

1st place cake made by Roberto and Giulia Posillico

Thanks to all the students for all their hard work and effort!

MILLE GRAZIE !!