Christmas Quiz 2021: Panettone or Cinepanettone?

And you thought there was nothing more to know about panettone.

Panettone Quiz 1
A beautiful panettone on a black and white background. Photo: Pixabay.

2021 has been Italy’s year, as we won the Eurovision, Euro 2020, an unprecedented number of gold medals at Tokyo 2020, and . . . The Panettone World Cup 2021. Will you also win the panettone expert title?

1. Panettone gastronomico is a form of panettone that:

Correct! Wrong!

2. Which of the following nuts is never included in a panettone recipe:

Correct! Wrong!

3. Cinepanettone is:

Correct! Wrong!

4. Panettone artigianale is a form of panettone that:

Correct! Wrong!

5. Pantone has issued a new color for 2021, Panettone 29458-G, that is:

Correct! Wrong!

6. The shelf life of a traditional panettone is:

Correct! Wrong!

7. Last year Pope Francis gave staff which of the following in place of the traditional panettone:

Correct! Wrong!

8. Pa'ncucciato is a Sicilian version of panettone that features:

Correct! Wrong!

9. In Calabria panettone can feature:

Correct! Wrong!

10. The Panettone World Cup 2021 held in Switzerland was won by a baker from:

Correct! Wrong!

Christmas Quiz 2021: Panettone or Cinepanettone?
Pandoro lover

Panettone Quiz 3

Ok, you are not that expert about panettone, but nevermind! Luckily there is another typical Italian Christmas sweet delicacy that you can enjoy this winter: pandoro.
Honorary citizen of Milan

Panettone Quiz 2

You are a real panettone conoisseur! Mayor of Milan Beppe Sala should consider to bestow upon you the honorary citizenship.

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