Sunday, 21 February 2010

I Love Macarons



I've had my eye on this book since before christmas, and today I finally took one home. The instructions are step by step and detailed so maybe my second attempt will be better than my first, either way it is a beautiful book to look through.

11 comments:

Cassie said...

These look absolutely divine. And so pretty set out like that in the photo's. Look forward to seeing your results!
xx

Sarah B said...

Hi Catherine, I saw some macaroons being made on My Kitchen Rules last week I think and it looked very difficult. I look forward to seeing your results.
Have a great week!

iris said...

I've tried to make macarons one bajillion times. I love them so much, but fail at making them. They always come out too flat!

Good luck!

Casie said...

They're something I've wanted to try, but I'm not sure I have the patience or technique! Looking forward to seeing your next attempt.

Perhaps Green tea flavour?? ;)

melski said...

gogreous colours. I love them too. Which flavour will you make?

Jac said...

Hello Catherine, just looking at your first attempt which look pretty impressive to me! I think I've read that Macarons are pretty difficult to make so I'm looking forward to your results. I've looked at recipes before but they look quite fiddly with quite a high percentage of turning out a disaster so i'm sending you some kitchen vibes!! :)

MissK said...

I bought this book a few weeks ago but havent been able to attempt any yet as I've been sick,something to do in autumn though.

Ann Marie said...

i had no idea this book existed! i'll have to try it for sure. so pretty! hopefully it can help me make delicious little macarons in my own kitchen.

Amanda said...

They are so pretty in all those different shades. Can't wait for you to try them out. I was only reading in an interview with Donna Hay a few weeks ago that she thought macarons were one of the 'it' foods for 2010 :)

Rachel said...

god i wish i could live in a house made of macarons! lol that would be an awesome photoshoot. Hansel & Gretel in a macaron house.

ive been to scared to make them based on others failures. but glad to see you have the courage and ill be looking for your success-post. :)
found your blog through some blog hopping and i'm glad i did
rachel
www.littlegirlshinyworld.com

Angie said...

they look so amazingly good.