From Italy, we have one option that is said to be about 500 years old, Panettone. It is typically, a tall light and fluffy bread made with butter eggs, dried raisins, pieces of orange and lemon or lime juice with a tall paper wrap to help keep its shape.
Today, marrons glacés, are still made in their simplest form, as glazed chestnuts, but may also be used as for creme de marrons, an ingredient in other confections.
The holiday season offers us the change to enjoy many traditions. These traditions vary greatly from one culture to another. One of the these traditions, during Advent, is the stollen.
A scone is a single-serving cake or quick bread.