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Magnolia Table Hardcover Joanna Gaines. See our price match guarantee. See how a store is chosen for you. Loading, please wait Free 2-Day Shipping. Check store availability. Help us improve this page. About this item. Specifications Number of Pages: Description Cute-as-can-be, buttery macarons capture the whimsy and elegance of Paris, where they're traditionally served with teaor wrapped up in ribbon to give as a gift.
But the secrets of making perfect macarons have long eluded home bakersuntil now! In I Love Macarons , renowned Japanese pastry-maker Hisako Ogita brings her extensive experience to the art of baking macarons with fully illustrated foolproof step-by-step instructions. This charmingly designed guide is sure to have pastry lovers everywhere whipping up these colorful confections at home, using ordinary baking equipment and simple ingredients to create myriad flavors of perfection.
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I Love Macarons!
I Love Macarons
For some reason, the world went a little nuts for Parisian macarons in the past year and everyone, from New York to New Delhi, seemed to be fascinated by these little sandwich cookies. Folks in the rest of France make more traditional macarons , made from a simple meringue with sugar and nuts folded in, then baked until crispy. When I Love Macarons! Solid proof of the popularity of macarons, for sure. The book is a translation from a Japanese edition, written by pastry chef Hisako Ogita.
But my dad my mum is going to give him a hand, but I think.. They are such temperamental little buggers and until you work out what to do with your oven ovens are like cars.. Anyway, today I made passionfruit macarons! In retrospect, I probably should have coloured them yellow.. Step one is to separate the eggs.