Le Grande Macaron

Taste of Clearwater 2013

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Comment by Mary Synk on October 13, 2013 at 11:34pm
Thanks for your ideas...I did finally order the caster sugar from Amazon and it's supposed to arrive on Tuesday - I can't wait!
Comment by Jacqueline S DiPego on October 1, 2013 at 5:29pm
We buy our almond flour through our distributor. We use American Almond, we run that through our robot coupe and according to the book it works perfectly fine with American confectioners sugar. Also GFS Marketplace may carry the almond flour u might have to special order it. I know Trader Joes carries it, it would have to be sifted might be too grainy. GFS also carries almonds in large bags. But I would recommend raw almonds or almonds with nothing added to them
Comment by Mary Synk on October 1, 2013 at 3:02pm

I am so eager to make macarons.  I love color and variety in my desserts and these have become my next venture into artful pastries.  So far, I've found caster, or baker's sugar about as difficult to find as an elephant in my living room although there's always Amazon, but I hate not being able to just go to the store and buy what I need when I am ready to bake.  So  -- I am waiting.  Next, was almond flour...I did finally find that, but I really would like to make my own.  So, what kind of almonds do you purchase?  Raw? Blanched? Roasted?  Thanks for any help you can give...I know I will find my way through it, but really appreciate all this wonderful information I am finding from so many sources.  Happy baking!

Comment by Jacqueline S DiPego on September 26, 2013 at 10:42pm

Taste of Clearwater "Le Grande Macaron"  Watched the video from "Le Petite Macaron" Downloaded the book to my Ipad.  My coworker Caitlin read and studied the book. Bought an oven temperature gauge. Our attempts were so so until we read the book and we followed step by step and we are proud to say we had success. 1200 3" Macarons  lavender, Meyer Lemon, and Raspberry Buttercream with Pastry Rocks to resemble Raspberry Soda.

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