MACARONS....a brief history that I've read, is actually an Italian dessert. I heard someone asking French Macarons and it feels like awkward to think if there are any other names when you simply know where it is originated...what I know is that you can give unique names entitled to your own in whatever recipes but you can't break and still respect the authenticity of the recipe that you are making. Uhm...they called French Macarons when the chef who invented it brought to France. And of course, it was exported so it made more successfully famous. For me, the most difficult dessert that I tried to make is this one...I was really amused that with simple ingredients, it would make you feel exhausting instead of feeling the greatness of what hobby is about. I salute to the chef, no wonder this dessert is so lavishly luxurious. It's a funny experience for me because as I look at it, it was just a homebaked, a not so extraordinary as the other dessert does such crinkles and cookies. After trying it...wow...yah right...If you're a mom, you'll be reminded of your child/children...I fully understand what these cute, little macarons really meant - extremely intense but surprisingly an ultra-fragile.
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