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Dorie Greenspan's macaron biscotti in a small blue bowl

Tuesdays with Dorie (Baking Chez Moi): Macaron Biscotti

This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Baking Chez Moi  was one we chose specifically to pair with the previous offering this month – Parisian macarons. After I baked, I snuck a few mismatched shells off the tray with this recipe in mind. It’s not something I’ve ever heard of before, to be honest – […]

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A stack of Dorie Greenspan's Parisian Macarons on a white plate with autumn leaves in the background

Tuesdays with Dorie (Baking Chez Moi): Parisian Macarons

This week’s Tuesdays with Dorie recipe from Baking Chez Moi  was one I guess folks have been putting off since it’s our THIRD LAST RECIPE (we started baking through this book in 2014!). Macarons intimidate a lot of people (and, indeed, Dorie’s recipe is LONG at first glance, although none of the steps are particularly […]

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Kids topping macarons at Nadege in Toronto on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Les Petits Chefs visit Nadège

It’s a GREAT Monday in cooking club when you get to have a macaron masterclass with Nadège! For those of you not familiar with the Toronto food scene, Nadège Nourian is the chef and owner of Nadège Patisserie. She was born in Lyon, France, and is a fourth generation pastry chef. She’s worked alongside Meilleur […]

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Egg macarons with cream cheese lemon curd filling on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Making macarons, (always) a work in progress

If you’d told me five years ago to apply to a campaign where I would commit to making, photographing and posting about macarons during the busy holiday season, I would have told you to rethink that plan. But here I am, six years after publishing my first (disastrous) attempt at making macarons on my own […]

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Salted Caramel Macarons Teatime in Paris

Teatime in Paris! (and a recipe for salted-caramel ganache)

I’m very fortunate to have shared numerous teatime treats with Jill Colonna – author of the just-published Teatime in Paris! A walk through easy French pâtisserie recipes. We’ve shared petits fours and hot chocolate at Un Dimanche à Paris… … Mini “kouglof” at Lenôtre… … a Saint Honoré and a Tarte au citron at Pâtisserie […]

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Macarons by Mardi Michels on eatlivetravelwrite.com

Eat macarons for a great cause (#MacaronDayTO)

It’s nearly here! This Friday March 20th 2015 is the Jour du Macaron or Macaron Day and I am thrilled to see Toronto once again placing itself firmly on the world macaron map.  Macaron Day Toronto is in its fourth year (you may remember how excited I was for  the Toronto edition’s first year when […]

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