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Battle of the macarons!

Pierre Herme vs Angelina vs Laduree

As you all should already know by now that I was in Paris exactly a month ago and what’s a trip to Paris without getting their famous french macarons right? 629 more words

Paris

THE OFF SEASON: macaron experiment #1

When I began my macaron baking adventures, one of the first books Mike gave me for reference was ‘Macarons by Pierre Herme’.  As I flipped through its glossy pages, I was in awe by the bold bright macaron colours and intrigued by the interesting flavour combos.   520 more words

Diy

Week 83: "Vive la cuisine française" macarons

This is my most ambitious macaron attempt to date – 3 batches of macarons in a day! I prepared the fillings in advance. But baking 3 batches of macaron shells in a day is still quite a challenge, especially considering my little oven, which required me to separate each batch into 5 different batches for baking. 920 more words

Sweets

Pierre Hermé's Tarte au citron recipe

I have a slight obsession with citrus deserts. Walking into a French patisserie can overwhelm you with options: sweet strawberry filled éclairs; rich, salted caramel tarts ready to ooze out of their flaky, melt in your mouth pastry; and the most perfect Opera cakes consisting of layer upon layer of chocolate sponge, intense ganache and light and airy buttercream. 653 more words

Recipes

[ Paris ] Pierre Herme - Macarons

法國最好吃的Macarons  (當地人介紹的….. ) 。原來香港也有分店,只是我沒有在香港過這一家。 22 more words

Marycorn

Lucky Peach: Volume 13

Lucky Peach, according to their website,  “is a food and lifestyle journal that explores a monthly theme through essays, art, photography, recipes, and original video content”. 608 more words

Pastry