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Mactweets go to France

This month’s Mactweets theme is vacation macarons. So since I am leaving today for nearly 7 weeks in France, I felt it my duty to make “macarons bleu, blanc et rouge” in homage to the French flag!  And, whilst I am not technically on vacation in Paris (I’ll be doing some recipe development, teaching some […]

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Macarons: Just like a box of chocolates

Adventures in macarons…  I swear, these will be the death of me. Each time I make them, they turn out differently. As I try to stress to my students, making macarons is all about practice… And whilst I am starting to understand a little more how they work, and there is a certain appeal in […]

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Macaron Day 2012 (Toronto)

You have NO idea how excited I was to find out that Le Jour du Macaron was finally coming to Toronto this year. Hurrah!  After reading posts like these about all the fun my friends were having during New York’s Macaron Days, I couldn’t wait to participate.  Better still, it was taking place in my […]

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Why do my macarons have hollow shells? A work in progress.

(NEW: Check out my macaron help page with info about where I buy my supplies – ingredients and equipment!) Right so I mentioned in Monday’s post about the Italian meringue method for macarons that I had been having issue with my French meringue macarons recently. Oh they look fine. They look gorgeous even – shiny […]

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Zumbarons. And eating my words.

I’m all about keeping it real on this blog, as those of you who read regularly will know. I have no problem posting dishes that don’t quite work out as they are supposed to or posting complete failures because one of my own pet peeves as a blog reader is blogs where people post about […]

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